In sun-drenched southern Spain lies one of the oldest cities of the Iberic peninsula, Granada. This metropolis varies from street to street, ranging from fast modern living to hallway-narrow cobblestone streets and the ancient Alhambra palace overlooking it all. Mixed in with this wide range of history is modern street art that rivals much of what we see displayed in high-dollar galleries. If you make the trek to Spain, Granada is definitely worth a long look.
The red tile roofs of the Albaicín lie below the Alhambra palace. Many of the murals featured in this post are found hidden around the corners of this maze like district of the city.
A brightly painted wall at the base of the magnificent Alhambra palace. Locals often enjoy warm evening views of the setting sun as it paints the palace bright orange red. For these gatherings, the drink of choice is the locally brewed Alhambra beer.