El corazón manda (The heart dictates) is the maxim over the door to this lovely house in Realejo
The Casa de los Tiros (tiros refers to gunshots) takes its name from the muskets that appear amongst its battlements.
This beautiful 16th century building, located in the Realejo district, is noteworthy for its imposing façade, featuring five Greek gods, and its entrance, over which the words "The Heart Rules" can be read.
It currently houses the History Museum of Granada with permanent exhibitions focusing on the city over the course of the centuries. It is unquestionably one of the most emblematic buildings within the city.
Visit the Museum Casa de los Tiros with the GRANADA CARD.