Holy Week in Granada, an entire exhibition of Andalusian sentiment with the sign of a city like Granada
In addition to carvings and thrones, another hallmark of Granada’s Holy Week are the streets through which it passes. The Cathedral is the center of the religious part and during the itineraries you can see and explore wonderful surroundings such as the Albaicín, the Paseo de los Tristes, the Carrera del Darro and even the Alhambra.
Internationally known are the processions of the Gypsies, with the rise to the Sacromonte of the images between arrows and bonfires; that of Silence, in which the public lighting of the streets through which it passes is turned off; and that of the Alhambra, with its tour of the Nasrid monument and the passage through the well-known Puerta de la Justicia
In addition, the Holy Week in Granada has a unique celebration: the prayer at three o’clock on Good Friday, the Ninth Hour, in the Campo del Príncipe, where the death of Christ is remembered before the stony image of the Christ of Favors .