I went to Granada on business this morning and, after I had finished my work, I had time for a walk around the city centre and take a few photos. I started in the Plaza Trinidad.
From here it is a short walk to the Plaza Romanilla where, on the corner there are fruit and produce stalls. I can remember this old lady from when I last passed by here.
A few metres away is Plaza Bib Rambla. This historic square is normally buzzing but today it was strangely quiet.
Walking from Bib Rambla alongside the Cathedral I came across these street musicians. They were cheerful and played well but normally there are far more acts trying to grab the attention of tourists and their money.
Then on to the Plaza Nueva and Santa Ana. This lovely square and church are at the heart of the City.
From the Plaza Nueva I followed the old road alongside the Rio Darro in the Albaicin,
This is one of the most popular tourists strolls because of the lovely old buildings that line the streets and the interesting shops and bars.
I retraced by steps to the Plaza Nueva ….
… and headed back along the Cuesta Genil.
At the top of the Cuesta Genil is the Rio Genil and San Basilio. One last photo before returning to Almeria.