Centre - Realejo Situated at the foot of the Alhambra facing southeast, the Realejo retains the mesh of maze-like streets from its time.Even before the arrival of the Moors in the 8th century, the Jews had their citadel on the left edge of the Darro river. The city identified itself with the Jews in such a way that the Moors called it "Garnata al-Yahud", Granada of the Jews. When the Christians captured the city, they destroyed the Jewish quarter and renamed it El Realejo, since it had been taken for the Crown.The most important public space of the quarter is the Campo del Principe, created by the Catholic Kings to celebrate the wedding party of their son Juan. The Campo del Principe is a hotspot for nightlife, as it is filled up with tables from the many taverns that surround it.In the Realejo, we will find many interesting buildings such as El Carmen de Los Mártires, El Auditorio and the museum of Manuel de Falla, as well as the Fundación Rodriguez Acosta or Las Torres Bermejas, among others. This is the quarter favoured by the literary, explorers, painters, and artists of every period in which to live at some point in their life. This environment has left an imprint on the Realejo where everyone that passes through its streets can sense the diverse background any day of the week. And of course, it is also where you must go to try the Tapas, and let the chefs surprise you.