Spain Andalucía Granada


Moroccan-style tea rooms in a Spanish city, offering a variety of teas, hookahs, and Arabic sweets in an exotic, relaxing atmosphere.
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While five centuries have passed since the surrender of Boabdil the Moor, the last Nasrid ruler of the Emirate of Granada, the refined local customs continue to live on in its famous teterías that fill the city. These teahouses are dark, intimate and atmospheric, embellished with puffy cushions, shadowy lanterns, and opulent decor. During the day, you can find aromatic beverages, Moorish pastries, pancakes and other light refreshments, whereas when the sun goes down, the clientele will be puffing shisha until the early hours of the morning.

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