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The Barrio Santa Cruz used to be the Jewish quarter. The streets are narrow and form a labyrinth. It’s easy to get lost among the jasmine-scented streets… only to discover a convent or a palace or a hotel. Many of the palaces have wrought iron gates...more
The old Jewish Quarter is a labyrinth of narrow streets and small plazas with bitter orange trees. A lovely place to wander b,ut be aware that the streets are cobble-stoned - so might be difficult to negotiate with a walker/wheelchair or canes. We ended up...More
We spent a few hours walking around learning the history of this neighborhood. Formerly the Jewish quarter, now a residential and commercial area. Cobblestone streets, orange trees, narrow streets with very few cars. Really nice.
If this is your first or only visit to an old Jewish quarter, then it would be worth it.
However, I had already been to Cordoba and Granada, so Barrio Santa Cruz had nothing new to offer. I feel Granada's old Arab quarter was more...More
We wandered around here with our Rick Steves book and loved it. Hot day, cool, narrow streets with only people. No worries about cars or bicycles or motorbikes. Cute little stores and restaurants. We ate at Doña Elvira Restaurant in Doña Elvira Square, which is...More
We were walking through this area with me keeping an eye on landmarks we were passing and the map I was carrying because we had been told that it was very easy to get lost in the labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways. Shortly after...More
Response from Stephanie S | Reviewed this property |
Lanzarote is in the Canaries more than a 1000 miles from Andalusia` I have never been to the Canaries Don't bother planning tours to mainland Spain in such a short time-even by private jet you would be wasting your time
Response from Juan Antonio O | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry, because I don't know, because I have not stayed in Madeire Valley. You have ask it in my comment about Barrio de Santa Cruz in Sevilla. If you have any question, about this place, I may help... More
I'm sorry, because I don't know, because I have not stayed in Madeire Valley. You have ask it in my comment about Barrio de Santa Cruz in Sevilla. If you have any question, about this place, I may help you.