Visiting Granada in 1 week - Generalife and La Alcazaba

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I can't believe I totally forgot about this last post of my trip to Granada series, which was almost eight months ago. As the July date for my final thesis project approached, everything turned into a blur and I was forced to leave everything including the blog so I could finish. But here I am now!

When visiting Granada, one of the MUST things to do is to go to La Alhambra and spend at least half a full day wandering around. For those of you who may not know, La Alhambra is the architectural palace and fortress complex which was built around AD 890, and one of the most visited touristic places in Spain and all Europe. It's one of the places where it's hardest to get tickets if you don't buy them within a few weeks in advance, too. There are different kinds of tickets: one to get into the Nasri Palaces, and a different one to get into the Generalife and La Alcazaba. Both options are majestic and very interesting to visit and experience, but if you have to choose between only one, I would pick the Nasri Palaces. My friend and I didn't pick this option as we already had visited them a few times before and wanted to visit the remaining buildings (Generalife is a sort of Summer Palace, and La Alcazaba is mainly a fortification complex). We basically strolled around the gardens, took some pictures in the Charles the Fifth Palace (which contains Granada's Fine Arts Museum) and had a home-made sandwich and some fruits before entering the buildings. If you rather visit the Nasri Palaces, you may get your tickets a few weeks before your visit or you might lose your chance.

As the weather tricked my friend and me, there were days in Granada when we were about to freeze although wearing coats and knits, and other days, like this in our visit to La Alhambra were we sweated like it was Summertime (although it was barely mid-March!). So, my advice here is that, if you're traveling anywhere in Andalusia or the South of Spain and you're not traveling from November to February (when it's actually COLD) better check the weather report and carry a little bit of everything to layer up.

On another subject, I would like to know what kind of content are you interested in reading here at Something Fashion? Maybe you're more into traveling and living abroad posts? Or you prefer brand collaborations and fashion hauls? Or are you more into the "Behind the design" section? I would love to hear your opinions and points of view in a comment down below, or in my Instagram profile!

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somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

somethingfashion amanda ramon fashion blogger spain valencia granada, ootd comfy inspiration traveling, la alhambra blogs Andalusia

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Hi! I'm Amanda, from Valencia (Spain).

I like all things vintage and classy. I study Architecture and I'm an epée fencer.



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