The most beautiful streets in Andalusia

We present to you what may be the most beautiful streets in Andalusia, in no less beautiful cities. Do you have anything to add to this short list?

There is so much to see in Andalusia that it is difficult to make small lists with the essentials. Lists like these that we propose to you now, that of the most beautiful streets of Andalusia. Surely, when reading us, other streets to recommend come to mind, either because you have been there and they have fallen in love, or because you want to show off your town or city, so feel free to make this list that we have been given bigger. stayed in four beautiful streets of four beautiful cities in the south of Spain.

Calleja de las Flores, in Córdoba

The Alley of Flowers It is a street in Córdoba that has become an unavoidable point to visit in this city, especially if you want to be photographed take one of the most famous postcards of it: the one with the bell tower of the Mosque at the end of an embellished alley with flowers. And it is that this alley is not a large avenue, far from it, simply a narrow alley in the historic center of the Caliphate city but, thanks to its particular situation and how good it always looks (not only in spring), it has achieved such fame .

Betis street, in Seville

The Guadalquivir, the river that crosses and divides Seville, separates the old city from what it is the Triana neighborhoodwhere we find one of the most emblematic streets of the Andalusian capital: betis street. the street runs parallel to the river and the best views of it are, logically, from the other shore, from the Paseo de Colón. Likewise, passing the Triana Bridge and strolling along this Betis street, you have beautiful views of the oldest Seville and some of its distinguished monuments, such as the Torre del Oro or La Giralda.

Darro Race, in Granada

walk through the Dart Race It means walking through one of the oldest streets in the city of Granada. This beautiful street has two parts: on one side, the small bed of the river Darro that flows harmoniously, and on the other a paved walk through which vehicles and pedestrians pass. A series of stone bridges allow you to go from the street to the houses and alleys that make up the Churra neighborhood. finally the street ends at the Paseo de los Tristesan essential place to contemplate that wonder that is the Alhambra.

Calle Larios, in Malaga

The Marqués de Larios Street It is a long and wide pedestrian street that is one of the main arteries in the center of Malaga. street always Elegant since it was designed and built at the end of the 19th century, it is a street very commercial, full of shops that occupy the ground floor of noble buildings. The street is always alive, not only because of the people, but also because you can always find exhibitions there, and it is the main point for parties of the city such as the Fair or Holy Week, as well as at Christmas with the installation of spectacular lighting.

Photo 1 | Wikimedia Commons – Jorcolma
Photo 2 | Wikimedia Commons – Jebulon

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