Granada's new square, also known as Santa Ana Square, serves as the starting point for Albertin and the entrance to the ancient city. There are tall medieval bell towers on the square, and there are many abstract paintings on the walls around them. The square is also the center of Granada, where tourists and pedestrians gather to rest, chat and drink coffee.
The square at the foot of Alhambra Palace Hill has a tourist center and many restaurants and tourist shops. From here, you can visit the Alhambra Palace in the mountains, or along the river, you can go to Albertin District to see the Alhambra Palace in the future.
There are stalls selling all kinds of local products, but these products give people a feeling that is very Spanish, on the contrary, there is a kind of instant vision produced by the magic lantern man. The only bad thing is that there are more cheese vendors, so the taste around is a little rushing.
The environment around the square is very good, and there are many pigeons.
There are many souvenir shops, recommend to buy local carpets, the surrounding is very busy, there are many souvenir shops, in the city center.