Campo del Príncipe is a typical square in the Realejo Quarter of Granada, Spain.
This is a charming place to have a drink in the evening right at the heart of the Jewish quarter. Choose one of the many busy terrace bars or restaurants.
This vibrant neighbourhood used to be the Jewish quarter of Granada. Now this part of the city has some great restaurants dotted around its narrow streets. We stop outside a decorated building covered in Andalusian ceramics set on one edge of the square.
This place is also very important for Easter week and for the Crosses Festival in May, Where the large cross at the centre of the square known as the Cristo de los Favores plays a key part in local traditions.
Historically this site was a Muslim cemetery up until the 15th century.