Nightlife and Entertainment in GranadaEdit This
In Granada the best places to hang out at night are Pedro Antonio de Alarcón which is a real student kind of area, and the Plaza Nueva, which attracts a bit more mature public. Most nightlife takes place outside on the streets and on the terraces, but you can of course also go indoors.
A lot of bars feature life music, lots of Flamenco, but also Blues and Jazz. Most don’t charge admission, but just raise the prices when there’s a show. The moraga is a beach party with bonfires, barbeques and lots sangria. Many people come to Granada just for this happening. If you visit the city in summer, you should not miss it.
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Think TGI Fridays in a mall but with dance music. Very fun, i think its where the locals go.
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After a hard afternoon walking around the Alhambra what better than a sit down and a nice cup of tea. There is a wide variety of teas from all around the world, from light perfumey darjeeelings to more powerful pakistani teas served in elegant tea pots. There is also an extensive range of biscuits and little cakes to tempt you. The interior decor is very Arabic, the seating is mainly on pouffes or low stools. I got uncomfortable after about 20 minutes but that is just the right amount of time to have a rejuvenating cup of tea and decide what to do next.