This villa is open for free on Wednesdays. I don’t know the specific reason. The villa is also very historic. You can see some good things in the whole area. The interior of the villa is more suitable for living.
A very beautiful house, you can pass by and have a look
Since the villa is a dream, let's play it! I have always had a dream, wanting a villa. Although I can't even afford a house in Shanghai, I don't have the motivation to dream. It happened that my sister asked me to go on a trip, and the place of the trip was set in Granada. The Villa of Saint Vincent was very impressive to me. The trekking side has been a villa for a long time, and when we saw it, we felt the age. This building is really very big, like a huge castle. When approaching, you can also see various special decorations on the building, especially the outer pillars. The colors are very beautiful and the carved patterns are very exquisite. When I entered the villa, I realized that this place is actually a museum, exhibiting all kinds of furniture made in the past. The inside of the villa is very exquisite. It doesn’t seem to be overly gorgeous and repelling people thousands of miles away. My sister and I couldn’t help but sigh. Such a villa really makes people want to live in it. It is gentle and unassuming, beautiful and not beautiful. Low-key. Note that there are still many roads to walk here. You should bring some necessities and put on comfortable shoes, and you can swim in this villa! It is an excellent choice for hiking!
It retains the atmosphere of a country house in the early 20th century, and is currently used as a museum, displaying the desks and other cultural relics used in the creation at that time.
It’s only a 15-minute walk from the city centre and still retains the atmosphere of a country house from the early 20th century
Preston_Dominguez: Calle Virgen Blanca, Granada, AN 18004 Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Alhambra,Albayzín,Granada Cathedral,Cliff View,Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada)