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Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

Very nice to walk around but it's hilly with lots of steps so people with limited mobility might find it difficult.

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Reviewed 11 August 2018

A very typical old quarter of the city. It includes some nice shopping streets (Moroccan) with Moroccan tee houses.

1  Thank Luis M
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Reviewed 11 August 2018

an old medieval town with long winding streets and narrow cobble lanes, One has to be a very good driver to manoeuvre about those narrow streets , many of which are just wide enough for one car to pass by with pedestrians pressed against the walls to make room for the vehicle . There is a cafe-bar on top of the hill where one can view The Alhambra . The sunset view across the Alhambra is stunning to watch

1  Thank J2870QKangelah
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Reviewed 10 August 2018

The best way to know and enjoy the Albayzin is to walk through its streets and even get lost, look for a seat and sit down to have a beer that always comes with "una tapa", talk to those around you, these people are friendly, finally when the Sunset, look for one of the many places where there is flamenco music and dancing live, sit down in the company of someone you love and, if not, with a glass of wine, let the energy that comes from the dancers get into your pores and at the end of the show approach the musicians and the dancers and talk with them do not do like most of the cold tourists who at the end leave without showing the slightest signs of emotions, my advice for you that I hear from a Spanish TV presenter Roberto Leal: La Vida Pasa de Momento.

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Reviewed 8 August 2018

Rented an appartment in the Albayzin and loved it. Easy to walk into the centre of Granada but lots of restaurants within easy reach. Great views from the Miradors - we loved exploring the cobbled streets.

1  Thank TraceyT1340
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