You walk absorbed by the alleys of Albaicín. The target imposes its power and silence is king in the hour of the siesta. You keep on walking, without a goal, enjoying architecture, the charm of the neighbourhood and suddenly, bang! An explosion of colours, life, noises, but most of all aromas, a mix of spices. You have arrived at Calle Calderería Nueva, better known as the Calle de las Teterías (Tea-rooms street) of Granada.
A curious street, since it is more of a short alley, little of the old Calderería remains and of course not much is new despite its name. But all this does not matter; the hard part is to decide which tea-room or which shop to enter.