The Dobla de Oro invites us to a walk from the Alhambra to the Albaicín through six Hispano-Muslim monuments nestled in the Christian city and district.
The Palace of Dar Al-Horra was built in the heart of the Zirí citadel as the residence of the Sultana Aixa, the mother of Boabdil, the last Nasrid King of Granada.
The Corral del Carbón, the old alhóndiga and shelter of merchants, is on the side of Reyes Catolicos Street, in the widening of the Christian city.
Back in the Albaicín, the Bañuelo , considered the oldest and best preserved public bath in Spain, opens its doors.
The House of Zafra is located in the lower Albaicín, near the Maristan and the Convent of Conception. It is not far from the Casa del Horno de Oro, near the Carrera del Darro and Paseo de los Tristes. .
Casa del Chapiz is on the border between the Albaicin and Sacromonte and currently holds the headquarters of the School of Arab Studies.