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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It has the same stuff as Calle Calderia Nueve and isn't very interesting. Worth a quick look if you're in the vicinity but not much more.

Thank Jonas L
Reviewed 20 October 2017

Narrow, crowded streets. Lots of tourists. Vendors selling leather goods and clothing spices, crafts. Why wouldn’t you want to visit? It has been like this for centuries.

Thank phat_dawg_21
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Fun place to peruse. If u want to buy inexpensive souvenirs, this is the place. We saw many things in Alcaiceria that were in Alhambra. Of course, there are many items in Alcaiceria that are not handpainted, not real metal or precious stones, but you...More

1  Thank Silvia D
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

Alcaiceria houses some 200 shops that cater for most tourists shopping needs. The prices were also reasonable compared to the tourist shops in al bacin. It is a short distance (5mins) walk from the fountains at Plaza Isabel Católica which is the central part of...More

Thank ednana
Reviewed 22 August 2017

This is a great little area to stroll round lots of fun things to see and buy and over not priced but you can haggle a bit The vendors are really friendly and it's a good place to find local bits for your garden house...More

Thank Ruth K
Reviewed 20 August 2017

I very much like this area..... tightly packed with Morrish trinkets and "what nots".... probably as close as I will ever get to being in Morocco or similar. Lots of interesting stalls and even with a quick flit took 1/2 and hour to investigate. If...More

2  Thank MadIccy
Reviewed 1 August 2017

Nice market centrally located along the shopping streets of Granada and next to the Cathedral. Great for clothing, souvenirs, leather, and more.

Thank travellistics
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Directly behind the cathedral is the Alcaiceria markets. Tiny streets full of shops selling much the same goods. I did find some very good Spanish pottery there for what I thought was an excellent price. My advice is to spend along time browsing before buying...More

Thank Peter K
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

If you visit the Alhambra, you really should take a day and walk down to the old part of Granada, where the narrow alleys and cobbled streets still house ancient markets. They are full of touristy trinkets, but the walls and arches speak of a...More

1  Thank ElisabethL230
Reviewed 21 May 2017

This used to be the commercial center of Granada, walled off from the rest of the city with guards posted at the entrances. Today, it is a set of criss-crossing narrow alleys that are lined with shops geared towards tourists. It has some charm, but...More

1  Thank FactotumDellaCitta
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Dana H
13 September 2017|
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Response from ElisabethL230 | Reviewed this property |
Possibly. You may have to look hard for authentic Moroccan jewelry, though. Much of what is in shops is designed for tourists. I'd find a quality jeweler and ask for a reference to a good source.
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