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LIVE24SEVEN // Travel T R AV E L – GR ANADA


Mrs & Mr Jones


Our very own couple, Mrs and Mr Jones, hosts our travel section. They thoroughly investigate destinations ideal for a little trip away revealing vital tips on a glamorous getaway and also provide the inside track to ensure the destination caters for a range of tastes and wallets. From the slickest city hangouts to peaceful boltholes, you won’t waste a moment planning your travels.


This month they visit Granada


Having visited Spanish coastal resorts numerous times, Mrs and Mr Jones were keen to see a more cultural side to the country this time. They discovered in Granada: beautiful Moorish palaces, magical hammams and riverside relaxation against a stunning mountain backdrop.


Getting There British Airways fly to Granada three times per week from London City. EasyJet fly twice per week from Gatwick or Manchester. Alternatively, fly to Malaga and travel by bus to Granada (approx. 1.5


to 2 hours travel time). On arrival in Granada, a taxi to the city centre costs around 30 Euros. The bus costs around 3 Euros per person.


Granada


Sitting against the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains and home to one of Spain’s most exquisite landmarks, Granada has plenty to pique the interest of any traveller. But there is more to this diverse city than just the Alhambra. There are a number of distinctive quarters to explore. These include the old Moorish quarter, known as the Albaicin, and the gypsy quarter of Sacromonte.


The city is quite easy to explore on foot. While the Moorish influences provide the most famous landmarks to visit, there are also legacies of Christian rule. Mrs Jones, of course, loved the tempting array of shops, cafes and restaurants. Mr Jones, on the other hand, was thrilled to discover he could ski down snowcapped peaks in the morning, and take a dip in the Mediterranean Sea in the afternoon.


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