CULTURAL GRANADA - MasterHome Granada
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The city of Granada offers multiple possibilities in its continuous effort to develop and support culture.

Its museums, such as Casa Federico García Lorca, Alhambra, and Bellas Artes Museum, the one in the Parque de las Ciencias or the Archaeological Museum, imprint character and shape the past and present of this city of cultural crossroads and research.

The Dance Festival welcomes every summer all groups of people from all walks of life in magical environments during the months of June and July.

The Alhambra Theater, Isabel la Católica, Palacio de Congresos, Municipal Theaters of Zaidín and La Chana, or the Corral del Carbón, are some of the stages that host classic and contemporary works alongside many other events you can enjoy. Sports, music, workshops, parties, and shows take place in Granada throughout the year.


And if you’re more adventurous, Skiline or Snowpark activities can be your next challenge in Sierra Nevada during the snow season, and hiking, mountain biking, and climbing when the snow melts and gives way to dreamlike landscapes and viewpoints.

Need a break? Enjoy our wines, oils, beers, jams, hams, and cold meats from the Alpujarra and a wide variety of products from Granada’s great gastronomic offer. The Repsol guide explains that going for “tapas” is typical of Andalusia, but tapas for local inhabitant is an unavoidable social custom, a way of relating and feeling. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this tasty tradition and get to know the city from another perspective.


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