Many tourists arrive and leave Granada without visiting one of the most precious sites of the city: Palacio de los Olvidados. The walls of this fantastic building are imbued with history, as it belonged to a converted Jewish and as inside it is possible to go through the history of the past decades thanks to the incredible collection it hosts.
This year, in the palace, it will be possible to visit an exhibition regarding the Sephardic culture and art. The first floor will be divided in six rooms and in each room a different topic will be showed, from the converted Jewish to the symbology, from the great forgotten up to the inquisition. During the 55 minute guided visit you will be amazed to see a thousand years gathered in Palacio de los Olvidados.
The guided visits are organized by Palacio de los Olvidados itself, situated in Cuesta de Santa Inés Street, n°6, in the Albaicín. The entrees worth 5€ per person and a guided visit is included; it is possible to buy the tickets phoning the number 958 100 840 or at the ticket office of the palace.