Granada, where past and future come together.
Located at the foot of Sierra Nevada, Granada has one of the largest cultural heritages in Spain. Besides the world famous Alhambra and the Albaicin, both World Heritage Sites, Granada’s turbulent history has left numerous traces in the streets.
The Andalusian capital also offers a wide range of possibilities for tourism with museums, art galleries and theaters throughout the beautiful city that buzzes by day and night.
You can find details about weather, hotels, transportation, security and other information you need for your trip at the following links:
- Granada County Tourism (http://www.turgranada.es)
- City of Granada Tourism (http://www.granadatur.com/)
Armillia Exhibition Fair (Fermasa) is more than 9000 m2 and located five minutes from Granada, next to the road linking the capital with the Costa Tropical, located at a major communications hub and easily accessed.