Centro Granada is the heart of the district of the capital city of Granada, Spain. The area comprises the regions Centro-Sagrario and Realejo-San Matias and serves as a large portion of the historic residential area as well as a commercial hotspot. Centro Granada boasts many landmark attractions and excellent sightseeing opportunities, making for a comprehensive tourist destination.
Centro Granada contains the remarkable Cathedral of Granada, a picturesque landmark of the Spanish Renaissance, and the Royal Chapel, one of the region’s most popular tourist attractions and burial place of two prominent Catholic monarchs. Other points of interest include the Alcaicería, the City Hall of Granada and the square Bib-Rambla. Centro Granada contains many historic neighbourhoods ideal for sightseeing such as El Barranco del Abogado and Las Angustias.
Public transportation around Centro Granada is served by trains, taxis and buses. Walking is the most effective form of transit throughout the historic neighbourhoods and nearby points of interest.
The central district of Granada is bordered by Beiro, Albaicín, Genil and Ronda. In addition to being a tourist hub on account of a concentration of historic landmarks, the area serves as a commercial hub especially among streets including Recogidas, Mesones and Alhóndiga.