CAFPE (in English, Andalusian Center for Elementary Particle Physics) is a Scientific Unit of Excellence at the University of Granada.
Granada is a city with an immense cultural wealth. Among its many monuments, the Alhambra, declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1984, stands out. We advise buying tickets to visit the Alhambra as soon as possible, as they are usually sold out a few months in advance. (There will be no talks on Wednesday afternoon). Granada is also well known for its gastronomy and its flamenco shows. Not far from the city, the Sierra Nevada mountains offer scenic landscapes and picturesque villages. The mountains meet the Mediterranean sea along the rugged and exotic coastline of Costa Tropical. More information about this wide variety of tourist attractions can be found in the following links: