Granada in the south of Spain is a beautiful city where you will find a distinct fusion of middle eastern and western culture. With the Al Hambra, a massive and opulent moorish castle and it’s gardens overlooking the white houses around the city, you’ll find a unique mix of Spanish and Arabic culture in the little alleys around the city center.
It’s wonderful to walk around a Spanish city while eating some really good Shawarma!
I went to Spain in the fall but ended up staying in Seville too long and missing Granada. I think I may eed to go back because the photos look fantastic.
Yeah Granada is a one of a kind city. I ate the best Shawarma there, AND I LIVED FOR 5 YEARS IN DUBAI! That’s saying something :D There was also a group of Syrian protesters marching along the main street. It was quite an experience, and the Al Hambra is really unique for a place in Europe!
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