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Accommodation / Re: 3 months in Granada with a family
« Last post by granadagirl on June 27, 2016, 03:43:59 AM »
There is a house in el Fargue which may be suitable.

It is not right in the centre but there is a bus into town every hour.
It is very easy to get into the Cartuja University Campus in a car via a shortcut past the Astromomy faculty.
There is a restaurant very near which has always has free parking.

There is a lot of outside space where the children can play.

There is more information here.
http://granadainfo.com/lorca/
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Accommodation / 3 months in Granada with a family
« Last post by Kilgore Trout on June 27, 2016, 03:37:48 AM »
I am coming to Granada in September.
My husband has a collaboratational project at the University at the faculty of Farmacy.
I have 2 childern under 4 years old.

I am looking for a comfortable house with wifi with a good kitchen.
It does not have to be right in the centre.
I prefer somewhere quiet.
It would be nice to have a place to park the car.

Can anyone recommend anything?
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Almuñecar / Almuñecar Jazz Festival 2016
« Last post by Steven Wellington on June 26, 2016, 09:18:45 AM »
I found this text on the seaside gazette
http://www.theseasidegazette.com/

Here is the complete programme for the XXIX Festival Internacional de Jazz en la Costa in Almuñécar.
Main Programme from the 17th to the 23rd of July. All concerts begin at 22.30h in the Parque El Majuelo.

Sunday the 17th of July
Jorge Pardo introduces DJINN
Invited artist: Alana Sinkey
Medalla de Oro de la Ciudad de Almuñécar

Monday the 18th
Christian Scott Atunde Adjuah

Tuesday the 19th
Richard Bona & Mandekan Cubano

Wednesday the 20th
Erik Truffaz Quartet

Thursday the 21st
Kenny Garrett Quintet

Friday the 22nd
Nicholas Payton Trio
Invited artist: Jane Monheit
with Vicente Archer y Gregory Hutchinson.

Saturday the 23rd
Stanley Clarke Band

Parallel free-admittance concerts in other venues

Friday the 15th at 22.30h in Plaza Nueva, La Herradura
Mike Vernon & Los García.

Saturday the 16th at 22.30h . Town Hall Square and Paseo del Altillo.
Befunkbop

From the 17th to the 23rd, starting at midnight. Trasnoches de Jazz. Parque El Majuelo
Jesús Mata & Jacinto Rodríguez

Ticket sales:

Price per concert 18 euros (internet) 18.50 euros (puntos de venta) Complete festival: 95 euros + CD Cinema Jazz. The Granada Film Project by Michael Mossman Band.
Internet: www.ticketmaster.es

Ticket phone sales: 902 150 025. More info: www.jazzgranada.es
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What to do in Granada / Re: Day Trip from Sevilla to Granada
« Last post by granadagirl on March 31, 2016, 06:29:56 AM »
There is a company which offers this service.

This guided tour includes an official guided tour  (in English), tickets for all parts of the Alhambra and return transport with an assistant guide from your hotel in Seville city-centre.

Itinerary: Nasrid Palaces, Fortress (Alcazaba), Charles V Palace and Medina to finish in the Generalife Gardens and Palace.

Here is a link to book tickets
Click here
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What to do in Granada / Day Trip from Sevilla to Granada
« Last post by Ashley on March 31, 2016, 06:25:32 AM »
I am going to be staying in Sevilla for a week. I would like to visit the Alhambra in Granada.
Do you know if there is anyone offering guided tours which include Alhambra tickets and transport from Seville etc.
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Getting to Granada / Search for buses to Granada
« Last post by John on March 15, 2016, 10:00:48 AM »
This is a search system for finding bus tickets to Granada or anywhere in europe
This search system come from infobus which is a ticket broker based in Prague.

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Eating in Granada / Where to eat on a 3 night trip to Granada
« Last post by Doss on January 29, 2016, 11:37:50 AM »
I am going to stay 3 nights in Granada.
Can you recommend and good places to have breakfast and to eat out.
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There are 3 choices

1. Get a guided Tour:


Getting Alhambra tickets is a complicated process with a lot to understand. If you don't want to have all the hassle of understanding about the tickets and what the Nasrid Palaces are and when to get in the queue and where to go then you can take the easy route and just get a guided tour. Someone else will take all the pain away. There are no decisions to make. This is by far the most expensive.

There are 2 guided tour links here

http://granadainfo.com/alhambra/eng_guided_tours.htm

2. Get the tickets on ticketmaster.

Get them as far in advance as possible. You may have to spend 15 - 20 minutes on internet buying the tickets and understanding the implications. About 60% of posts on this forum are about buying tickets to the Alhambra.

This is much cheaper and is better if you like making your own decisions and don't like spending too much money.

This site has very informative info about the choices

http://granadainfo.com/alhambra/

3. Get the tickets on ticketmaster but get an audio guide

BE CAREFUL - The audio guide has been suspended we don't know if it is coming back.

You can hire a little mp3 player with a commentary to give you more info.

Info here.

http://granadainfo.com/alhambra/audioguides.htm
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