At the foot of Sierra Nevada, between the Darro and Genil rivers, extends one of the most interesting cities in Eastern Andalusia. The impressive Andalusian legacyadds to architectural Renaissance jewelry and modern facilities of the 21stcentury. Being the last city reconquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 givesan unmistakable aroma of Arab Granada.
Its gastronomy, handicraft and urban development are determined by its glorious historical past. Fountains, viewpointsand Cármenes, the characteristics of this city surrounded by gardens housing, help create unforgettable corners. Not in vain, one of their old quarters, the Albaicín, is heritage along with the Alhambra and the Generalife. Important cultural centre for long centuries, both during Muslim rule as Christian, currentlyenjoys an enviable cultural agenda and leisure. Cycles and festivals of cinema,music or theatre are complemented with permanent and temporary exhibitionsthat cover all areas of knowledge. Old Renaissance palaces host seminars,conferences, and symposia, while the most innovative infrastructures areprepared for major events.
Its great communications, its wonderful climate and abundant Beach and snow proposals make Granada a unique destination for cultural trips, adventure and Congress.