No place like Granada exemplifies in a better way the cultural crossover that was Spain during the medieval ages. Every patio in the old town keeps whispering stories about the indissoluble blend of Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures that once happened here and that still today, it heavily reflects on the local cuisine.
But not only Granada is the city of endless fascinating stories about war, power, love and wealthiness. It is also the capital of culinary fusion and perhaps the only place where the original tradition of serving free tapas when ordering a drink is still the norm. Find out about the best secret foodie gems of this incredible city with our Granada City Map for Foodies.
If you have any suggestions on what to add/remove from the map, let us know here and we’ll make sure to try it next time we’re in town!