Intricate marble tombs, strumming narrow cobblestone and brick alleys, superb architecture, good food, Gothic foundations but built in the Renaissance style, Baroque elements, extensive collection of fine medieval paintings, mirrors, and furnishings and the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, this is the most spectacular region in Spain – Granada. Worldwide travellers slither here to experience the miraculous confluence of four rivers, the Beiro, the Darro, the Genil and the Monachil and the momentous Mediterranean coast; no doubt, this region is filled with churches, monuments and natural attractions. Old austere Cathedrals, Capilla Real, Alhambra & Generalife, and decorative Monastery of La Cartuja, are the hottest spots in the region that evokes a passion to discover the hidden elements. This is an ideal historic centre that features an array of shops, restaurants, bars and resounding attractions situated along narrow cobblestones. Voyagers strike the grand junctures, streets, bubbling fountains and orchards, small squares and boulevards that unfurl their sheen as you come closer.
Visitors mainly visit Cathedral of Granada to witness magnificent domed ceiling, amazing art work, fine paintings and royal interiors as well as exteriors; the royal chapel is equally attractive and needs no description for its splendid beauty. The nearby museum is enough to see the crows, household items, ruins, paintings, ceramic tiles, carved stucco and swords of the Renaissance period. Families visit Palacios Nazaries, Alcazaba and Generalife and other famous places of the region while watching spectacular views around the sprawling hill. The overlooking aesthetics of garden and scenic settings provide delightful experience to the visitors looking for fabulous views, charming architecture, and the decent photographic regions.