To experience real flamenco you will have to visit the bars in the Sacromonte district well passed midnight when all the tourist shows are done.
Amazing neighbourhood. you can watch live flamenco shows and see the caves. Bus from next to my apt goes to the top of Granada where you can see best views of Granada. Its called Mirador De San Miguel. From there, you can walk down and see beautiful Alhambra in front and reach Sacromente…
a must-see neighborhood. as you walk through the streets you'll almost certainly hear woman singing flamenco as they hang out the wash and can marvel at the doors opening up into hidden caves in the sides of the hills.
The caves-homes in a gipsy environment, with its unique lifestyle. Families live outside in the streets. Flamenco dance and music everywhere.
“The second most visited site in Europe: this breathtaking palace-city is a sophisticated blend of medieval Islamic, Renaissance Christian and modern architectural styles.”
“Campo del Príncipe and El Realejo. One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Granada and traditional area for tapas in the town center”
“The Cathedral and the Royal Chapel of Granada is a Renaissance monument of great importance. The tomb of the Catholic Monarchs is a must-see for its uniqueness”
Point of Interest
“Incredible panoramic views of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada, popular at sunset.”
“The Cathedral of Granada was built 1523 (and finished 1704) on the site of the ancient Great Mosque, housing an impressive interior with several beautiful chapels. The adjoining Royal Chapel is the burial place of Catholic Kings.”