There are a lot of things sold here, but it’s not the Spanish style, and there is a lot of food, but you must see if there are a lot of locals and tourists do not go. I have eaten a pizza shop and I am starving to death, but The food was terrible to death. I couldn't eat after 2 bites. Later, I ate paella for 4 euros in an alley. It was delicious, but it was a bit small. You are yourself from Plaza, which is quite a nice place. The square is big, no need to queue and the price is cheaper...
The square at the foot of the Alhambra has a tourist center and many restaurants and tourist shops. From here, you can go up the mountain to visit the Alhambra, or you can walk along the river to the Albayzin area to see the distant view of the Alhambra.
The new square in Granada, also known as Plaza de Santa Ana, serves as the starting point of Albayzin and the entrance to the ancient city. There is a tall medieval bell tower on the square, and there are many painted abstract paintings on the surrounding walls. The square is also the center of Granada. Usually, many tourists or pedestrians gather here to rest, chat and drink coffee.
The square still looks very good. There are many buildings in the square here. The structure of the square is also very good, very flat. Many hotel facilities are quite special, and there are some vendors.
There are stalls selling various local products, but these specialties give a very bad feeling, but there is a magic lamp produced by the sight. The only bad thing is there are more vendors selling cheese, so the smell around is a bit flush.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Alhambra,Albayzín,Granada Cathedral,Cliff View,Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada)
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Plaza Nueva: Alhambra Palace,Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites,Gar Anat Hotel Boutique,La Casa de la Trinidad,Dauro Hotel