Andalusia is the heart of the south of Spain, its blood, soul and history. Granada is the heart of Andalusia, which still holds memories of the power of the past years. The city attracts tourists with passionate flamenco rhythms, the splendor of Catholic cathedrals, the magnificent architecture of the old quarters and the restless gypsy spirit, as if floating in the air.
The grandiose Alhambra is a witness to the heyday of the Emirate of Granada, the amazing caves of the Sacromonte quarter, the tomb of the famous Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile – this is just a small list of the attractions of Granada. Generalife gardens have been blooming here since time immemorial against the backdrop of the snow-capped Sierra Nevada ridges, and in the evenings hospitable taverns light their lights and invite the audience to enjoy a spectacular flamenco dance.