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Alcaiceria

Granada, Spain
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  • Average20%
  • Poor3%
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Reviewed 2 July 2014

Small little alleyway near the Cathedral with some lovely interesting shops - fab presie ideas plus silversmith shops too. Previously 19th century bazaar - easily missed - look out for the name above the entrance in tiles - also look out for the gypsy women...More

2  Thank NottinghamRed
Reviewed 11 April 2014

This was such fun to examine all the little stalls in the rebuilt area of this market. Originally built in 1880s it was a stop on the Silk Road. We found souvenirs of all kinds....ornate embroidered pillowcases, jewelry (bracelet for 9 year old) , backscratcher...More

2  Thank NatalieTanner
Reviewed 5 April 2014

The Alcaiceria has many interesting stores and most of them sell souvenirs. One can buy many books about Granada and prices are quite good. The small marquetry boxes are very good to buy.

1  Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed 11 October 2013

I knew it was all junk, but I still couldn't wait to see what was there to buy. All junk, all booths the same, and the leather smells from afar. Good news is that no one bothered us as we stolled around.. Definitely felt like...More

3  Thank whenzuc
Reviewed 21 September 2013

It is really nice and definitely worth a visit.... Has some nice Moorish stuff but bargaining is expected

1  Thank Jennifer A
Reviewed 2 August 2013 via mobile

Silk was produced in the Alpujarra mountain range. Mules were used to transport this raw material to Granada where it was then converted into silk thread or cloth and exported. This market was called Alcaiceria , (or al-kaysar-ia) meaning the House of Caesar or Belonging...More

3  Thank HINAWASEEM
Reviewed 29 July 2013

In small lanes are a multitude of shops with all of the touristy gifts that you get and then wonder who you'll give them to. This is the same area for the old trade market of Moorish Granada. It is fun to walk the place.

2  Thank Hermann48
Reviewed 28 May 2013

We found this on the off chance, so glad we did. Walking through this place takes you to morocco in an instant. What charming shops and streets. It's very clean and safe just loved it!

1  Thank danny C
Reviewed 12 April 2013

This is a busy Muslim market even in the off season. The streets are narrow and winding, making it easy to get lost or at least turned around. Lots of souvenir shops and eateries. Don’t be afraid to barter: they expect it.

Thank grammasue14
Reviewed 10 April 2013

Very interesting narrow streets with tourist shops with Moorish influence. Only walkable as very narrow. Pleasant when I went in April but would imagine very busy later in the year.

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Alexandra H
what's the likelihood of this place being open on Easter weekend? Thank you!!
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