There are 37 flights operating between Istanbul and Granada. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Barcelona and London to Granada.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Granada flights? In the coming 3 months: Antalya Granada 7,531 TL, Barcelona Granada 514 TL and Istanbul Granada 3,752 TL
Better to book your flight to Granada 54 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
August and December months are the highest season for Spain, Granada. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: March and February.
Granada, which is located in the Andalusia Province of Spain and left behind by the Andalusian Umayyads, is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the south of the country. Granada, one of the most important centers of the Islamic presence in Andalusia, is known for its vibrant daily life, 30% of which is made up of students, and famous for its Alhambra Palace, and for the millions of tourists it hosts every year.
Granada, which was founded by the Muslims coming from North Africa to the Iberian Peninsula in 711, was captured in 1492 as the last city in the hands of Catholics and Muslims. For more than seven centuries, these lands remained with the Muslims. Granda, the Muslim city that finally surrendered to Queen Isabel and her husband Ferdinand in 1492, is famous for its structures built by the Umayyads. Especially after the fall of Cordoba in 1236, Granada became the center of Muslim civilization. In addition to the contributions of the rich Muslims of Cordoba, the Jewish population of the city since the time of the Romans also contributed to the enrichment of the city and its advancement in the field of science and technology.
Places to visit
Representing one of the highest points reached by Islamic civilization, Granada is an impressive city. Being one of the brightest places in the world in terms of culture, art and science in the past, not only with its historical and architectural structures, but also with its proximity to the sea and mountains, its cuisine and exotic culture, it is the most visited city in Spain. New Square, called Plaza Nueva, can be a good starting point for touring the city. Here, in the back streets of the square surrounded by restaurants and cafes, there is the Moroccan Bazaar with Moroccan, Syrian and Lebanese influences.
The Alhambra Palace, which is on the UNESCO World Cult Heritage list and is the most important treasure of Granada, and royal buildings have been started to be built since the 9th century on the slopes of Spain's highest mountain, the Sierra Nevada. The palace, which is shown as the highest point that Muslim Andalusia has reached in architecture, reached its current size and splendor during the Nazari dynasty, which was at the head of the Andalusian Umayyads in the 14th century. During the reign of Sultan Yusuf I and his son, Sultan Mohammed V, fascinating palaces and gardens were built one after another in Al Hambra. The building is one of the most important symbols of power between Christian and Muslim cultures.
The first residential area of the city of Granada, Albayzin District, which is built on a hill, is also located in the World Cultural Heritage high school. It is still a Muslim neighborhood with its white terraced houses, narrow streets and palm trees that cool the summer heat. The view of the streets and the observation terrace, where the houses, which have a courtyard and are designed to protect the privacy of family life, open, are breathtaking. After the Christian domination in this region, Muslim communities continued their lives.
The Sacramonte District, on the other hand, is known for its venues famous for its entertainment venues. The region, which used to be the settlement of gypsies, is also the birthplace of local dance and music. Known as the birthplace of flamenco, Sacromonte consists of cave houses carved into the slopes. It is thought that today's flamenco originated in Southern Andalusia long ago among the gypsy tribes here. It is now possible to watch touristic falmenko shows in cave houses in Sacromonte.
The Capilla Real Church, which is considered sacred to the Spaniards because it houses the tombs of Ferdinand and Isabel, members of the royal family, the Palace of Charles V, whose construction was started with the taxes collected from the Muslims who remained in these lands after the Arabs were expelled from Spain, the unique parks decorated with fountains and pools and decorated with geometric patterns. It is among the places to visit.
Food & Drink and Shopping
Although Spanish and Arabic dishes shape the Granada cuisine, there are also restaurants in the city that offer tastes from world cuisine. You can taste local delicacies accompanied by beer and wine in many tapas restaurants and bars, especially in Albayzin Street, around Carrera del Darro and on Nueva Boulevard. It is also possible to wander the narrow streets of Albayzin, sip mint tea and smoke hookah in authentic tea houses. Monachil, a small village 10 km from Granada, is famous for its Sunday family lunches, which are celebrated like a feast.
For local souvenirs from Granada, Moroccan Bazaars, located just behind the New Square, are very suitable for shopping enthusiasts. Tiles, antiques, small trinkets, local flamenco accessories and shawls are among the most preferred souvenirs.
Turkish Airlines has flights from Istanbul to Malaga to Granda, where there are no direct flights. The bus journey from Malaga to Granada takes about two hours. If you prefer Pegasus Airlines, you can fly to Barcelona or Madrid and transfer from there.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Barcelona - Granada||877.23|
|Malaga - Granada||2,975.35|
|Berlin - Granada||3,800.35|
|Cairo - Granada||6,176.37|
|Dusseldorf - Granada||2,634.79|
|Istanbul - Granada||3,784.06|
|Amsterdam - Granada||2,383.77|
|Dammam - Granada||10,634.43|
|Athens - Granada||7,087.11|
|Antalya - Granada||7,530.82|
|London - Granada||2,465.74|
|Paris - Granada||879.71|
|Madrid - Granada||956.23|
|Casablanca - Granada||2,714.30|
|Copenhagen - Granada||4,231.83|
|Brussels - Granada||2,094.04|
|Milan - Granada||3,639.36|
|Riyadh - Granada||9,851.57|
|Tenerife - Granada||1,908.05|
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