The Barrio Realejo was once the Jewish quarter of Granada. However, following the Christian Conquest by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492, all the Jews were expelled, the Jewish quarter was destroyed and it was renamed El Realejo.
One of the main squares in the Realejo is the Campo de Príncipe and this is a great place to go for tapas as there are a number of bars surrounding the square with outside terraces.
The Realejo is easy to get to and is within walking distance from the Gran Vía. Alternatively, you can catch the C30, C32 or C35 bus from Plaza Isabel Católica.
As you walk around the Barrio Realejo, you will also be able to see examples of graffiti art painted by the Granada artist El Niño de las Pinturas
Tapas bar serving tapas and bar snacks.
Small wine and tapas bar with simple tapas and an excellent selection of wines.
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