Also known as Paseo del Padre Manjón, Paseo de los Tristes is one of the most beautiful areas of Granada and there are plenty of tapas bars. There is a large outside area where you can sit, have a drink and enjoy the amazing views of the Alhambra.
It is very close to Plaza Nueva, so just follow the Río Darro, walk along the Carrera del Darro to get there. On your way, you will pass various churches (Iglesia de San Gil y Santa Ana, Iglesia de San Pedro y San Pablo), the Bañuelo Arab Baths and a convent (Convento de Santa Catalina de Zafra).
If you want to catch the bus, then you can either catch the C31 or C34 from Gran Vía (CATEDRAL) or Plaza Nueva or the C32 from Plaza Nueva. The bus route has several stops along the Carrera del Darro: the first opposite the Bañuelo (former Arab Baths), the second is at the beginning of Paseo de los Tristes, by the Casa de las Chirimías, and the third is at the end of Paseo de los Tristes. For more information about buses in Granada, click here.
Ruta del Azafrán
Modern restaurant serving Arabic, international and Spanish food. Fantastic views of the Alhambra.
Friendly, traditional tapas bar serving plates of food to share. Also open for breakfast.
Rabo de Nube
Spanish and international tapas bar and restaurant. Outside seating area with Alhambra views.
Craft beer bar and brewery serving their own brewed beers and tapas.
La Bella y la Bestia
Tapas bar which serves small sandwiches and traditional Spanish tapas.
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