The street winds along the river, past ancient churches and houses, just below the Alhambra, and several restaurants and cafes have opened outdoor seating areas under some loggias. Some tourist attractions are more attractive to tourists, some are more upscale, but none of them are cheap. But who cares-an afternoon coffee break, a hot afternoon with a glass of beer, or a simple ordinary snack, because these are your ideas!
The interesting side street named Road of Sadness. Because the head office is in Granada, Spain, I always come here for business trips. Every time I go on business, I always visit and play on the rest day. One of my visits is Sadness Road, I still don’t understand why it is called Road of Sadness. I asked my Spanish colleague to explain it to me. I still can’t understand why, but no matter what, the scenery here is still good. The sad road where you don’t feel sad is in the city center, so it’s very lively. Walking on this road, you can see a lot of various local buildings, which is very local. In addition to the buildings, there are many other attractions, restaurants, and many interesting shops. I thought I came to Nanjing Road (laughs). Especially the restaurant, it is worth mentioning. The environment of the restaurant is very good. Although they are all local food, they are also very delicious. There are some small food shops along the way, and I feel full after shopping. I also bought some small items in the small merchandise store, thinking about taking them back to give away to relatives and friends. You can also enjoy a lot of beautiful scenery here, a place not to be missed. Address Paseo del Padre Manjón, 3, 18010 Granada traffic is very convenient because it is in the city center.