The winding streets of Albaicin are dripping with the true, unspoiled character of Granada. Be sure to wear comfy shoes if you plan on hiking these cobbled lanes—trust us, your feet will thank you later. Stop to buy that hand-made bag that catches your eye, and don't be afraid to haggle; you might find that that's half the fun! There are a plethora of North African restaurants that serve as a delicious reminder of Granada's roots as a Moorish city. Give in this once, and take a street-side table awash in the life of the city. And if you're looking for one of the best views in town (and maybe hoping to get your cardio for the day in) head up to Church of San Nicolás on top of the hill.
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