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This was a very captivating street fused with lots of Arab/Morrocan shops and restaurants. From Henna tattoos, to bags, rugs, shoes, souvenir purses, plates, lights etc. This place is perfect for haggling tourists who want to buy little gifts.
We had a brief stop here, plenty of assorted outlets, abundant and assorted merchandise and souvenirs on display in shops and in the street. A cacophony of noise as sellers shouted to catch your attention and sell their wares. Bought a magnet, price started at...More
We love the old parts of Spain's legendary cities, and Calle Elvira in Granada is no exception. This narrow, crowded, cosmopolitan street is a melding of Europe and Muslin character, full of energy and goodwill. We stayed in this street because it leads straight to...More
Though not a very long long street it is a convenient plance next to Plaza Nueva to get a meal or a drink. I had lunch on this road at a Syrian place which had some of the most flavoursome rice I have ever tried....More
A street worth walking along at least once from Plaza Nueva , with all sorts of shops cafes and restaurants and bars running off it .Its touristy and busy at times with many trinket shops .Its nothing special just another street , however it does...More
One the lower end of Plaza Nueva is Elvira Street (Calle Elvira). there are several good cafes and bars along it, plus, if you need some Sultan pants of a trinket to remember Granada by, this might be a good place to check out!