Things to do in Granada
Visit Sacromonte Abbey
Visit the Abadía del Sacromonte, where you will discover the origin of this monument, the cradle of Christianity in Granada and where history, art, sculpture and architecture come together in an emblematic exuberant monument.
Skip the Line: Fortaleza de la Mota Admission Ticket
The Monumental Ensemble of the Fortress of La Mota, houses the old walled city of Alcalá la Real.This, and the different elements of military architecture of its environment, serve as reference point to know and explain the temporal and spatial process linked to the evolution of the border during the Late Middle Ages, while serving as an example of urban development in the interior of a city intramuros in the period that covers from S. XIV to s. XVIII. We are open Monday to Sunday.
The Alhambra Palace: Self-guided Audio Tour on Your Phone (without ticket)
Discover the history and the legends of Alhambra Palace with an engaging self-guided audio tour on your phone. Receive a link via an email to download the app and the audio tour on your phone, prior to your visit, and admire the miraculous Moorish art and architecture and feel like a sultan. Put on your headphones and explore the Patio de los Arrayanes characterized as the Parthenon of Moorish art, the Hall of the Abencerrajes, decorated with the unique muqarnas, where a tragic and bloody episode took place, the Patio de los Leones, the most iconic place in Alhambra and the Court of Sultana’s Cypress Tree, a place of forbidden love between a sultana and a knight, discovering why the Alhambra’s gardens were not only a place for relaxation but the heaven on earth. This is an unmissable opportunity to learn the history of the most visited cultural site of Spain, in an entirely original way through the power of storytelling. Ticket/entrance fee to the Alhambra Palace is not included.
Legends and Mysteries Walk
At nightfall, we will walk through the historic center of Jaén differently than daily, discovering the unique legends, mysteries and charming love stories that are hidden in the palaces, squares and monuments of Jaén, highlighting some historical anecdotes. A pleasant walk under the starry mantle among the most jovial atmosphere of the city.
Legends and Mysteries Walk
At nightfall, we will stroll through the historic center of Jaén in a different way from the daily one, discovering the unique legends, mysteries and charming love stories that are hidden in the palaces, squares and monuments of Jaén, highlighting some historical anecdotes. A pleasant walk under the starry blanket among the most jovial atmosphere in the city.
Iberian Museum and Provincial Museum of Jaén
Discover the most important museums in Jaén: The Iberian Museum, the only one of its culture in the world, and the Provincial Museum, with more than 1600 exhibits. A fascinating tour of these two museums, where we can discover the sculptural ensemble of Porcuna, cataloged as the largest in Spain, in the Iberian Museum of Jaén; enjoy the brushstrokes of Antonio López or Picasso himself in the Provincial Museum; discover the Jewish pointers to read the Torah or the Muslim jewels; without losing the collection of more than a thousand engravings among which the Goya Whims stand out, making the Provincial Museum one of the first and most important centers of contemporary engraving throughout Andalusia.
Walk of legends and mysteries
At nightfall, we will pass through the historic center of Jaén in a different way from the everyday, discovering legends, mysteries and fascinating unique love stories that are hidden in the palaces, squares and monuments of Jaén, highlighting some historical anecdotes. A pleasant walk under the starry mantle among the most jovial atmosphere of the city.
Arab baths in Jaén +1000 years history
A muslim traditional tale will introduce most important Jaén's personages to explain the evolution of the building and town's history A walk to main areas in all three museums boardening your knowledge of traditions, material culture and art creation
Walk Through The Three Pomegranates
Discover the most important historical stages that shaped Granada. With this tour, you will visit the two main neighborhoods of the city: the Realejo, and the surroundings of the Cathedral and Royal Chapel. You will discover such interesting and important monuments as the Casa de los Tiros, the Royal Quarter of Santo Domingo, the Corral del Carbon, the Casa de los Girones, La Madraza and, of course, the funeral chapel of the Catholic Monarchs; without forgetting the inquisition and the Christian conquest.
Jewish and Christian Neighborhoods Guided Tour
Visit the two of the most historically significant neighborhoods of the city of Granada. Start your guided tour in the Plaza Bib-Rambla. Enter the Jewish neighborhood of Realejo and see notable local landmarks such as Corral del Carbon, Casa de los Tiros, and the Royal Quarters of Santo Domingo. Learn about the Jewish influence on the development of the city throughout the centuries. Continue through the Christian neighborhood and discover the Cathedral of Granada, completed in 1561. See the Royal Chapel of Granada, the burial site of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella I of Castile, and Ferdinand II of Aragon. Learn more about their marriage, and the resulting de-facto unification of Spain. Next visit the first university of the city, the Madrasah of Granada. Founded in 1349 by the ruling sultan, Yusuf I, the building today remains part of the modern University of Granada.
Discover the 3 Grenades
Discover the most important historical stages that shaped Granada. With this tour you will visit the two main districts of the city: the Realejo and the surrounding area of the Cathedral and Royal Chapel. You will discover such interesting and important monuments as the "Casa de los Tiros", the "Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo", the "Corral del Carbón", the "Casa de los Girones", the "Madraza" and, of course, the funeral chapel of Catholic kings; without forgetting the Inquisition and the Christian conquest.
Granada Walking Tour: Albaicin and Sacromonte Quarters
This is a 2.5-hour walking tour through the Albaicin and Sacromonte neighborhoods based on the legends and stories of Granada.Through this tour you will learn the legends, stories and characters that inhabited these neighborhoods including: Mariana Pineda, the lovers of Aljibe, and the gypsy Chorrohumo. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended for this tour.
Albaicin and Sacromonte Guided Tour at Night
Enjoy the view of the Alhambra and learn the history of Granada, the last Muslim city of Spain on this guided walking tour at night. Discover the ancient quarters of Albaicin and Sacromonte and take in the stunning architecture. The duration of this tour is 2.5 hours.
Granada: Walking Guided Tour around Albaicin and Sacromonte
Enjoy the view of the Alhambra and learn the history of Granada, the last Muslim city of Spain on this guided walking tour. Discover the ancient quarters of Albaicin and Sacromonte and take in the stunning architecture. The duration of this tour is 2.5 hours.
Granada Top Attractions: City Centre, Albaicin, Best Alhambra Views
Make the most of your visit with a Walking Tour Granada and discover the unmissable highlights of Granada city centre and the charming Albaicin neighbourhood led by a professional local guide, you will feel history come alive while you stroll along narrow cobbled streets and typical white houses of this area of the city. Visit the best Alhambra viewpoints of Granada and lose yourself in beauty and discover different historical influences from its Arabic past up to the present.
Sunset Walking Tour in Albaicín & Sacromonte
The best place at the best time. The Albaicín and Sacromonte tour at sunset, you will visit the two most emblematic and famous neighborhoods in the best moment of the city of Granada. A fundamental tour to complete your visit before or after seeing the Alhambra, as well as enjoying the beautiful sunset. We will enter old and multicultural centers such as: - The Albaicín neighborhood, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994, also known as the old Muslim quarter, where we will discover the fascinating world of Al-Andalus through its labyrinthine streets and where you can enjoy the most famous Granada landscape from the Mirador de San Nicolás, among others. - And the Sacromonte neighborhood, with its more than 3,000 caves and panoramic views from lesser-known areas, where we will be able to know and understand the life of the gypsies for centuries through their history, legends, anecdotes, curiosities and discovering their most precious legacy: Flamenco.
Albayzín y Sacromonte, Unesco Heritage Neighborhoods
With our guided tour "Barrios Patrimonio de la UNESCO" we will visit the muslim neighborhood of Albayzín and the gypsy neighborhood of Sacromonte, two of the most characteristic neighborhoods in the world, with beautiful views due to their location, in front of Alhambra. Two hills, both located in front of the Alhambra, from which you can see the Nazari monument and Sierra Nevada in the background, amazing photo place. In this route of approximately two and a half hours, you will cross narrow streets, neighborhoods that will transport you to past centuries, and in which you will feel the charm of a magical city.
Albayzin and Sacromonte Guided Walking Tour in Granada
Explore the Islamic quarter and historic Sacromonte neighborhood of Granada on a 2 hours walking tour. Walk between the narrow streets of the Albayzín, and admire the culture of the gypsies in the stunning caves of Sacromonte.
Guided tour Albaicín and Sacromonte
Discover the two most authentic and authentic neighborhoods of Granada: the Albaicín and the Sacromonte. First, we will go to the Albaicín, an old Muslim quarter, declared a World Heritage Site, that will take us to the viewpoint of San Nicolás, with the best views of the Alhambra. Later, we will enter the Sacromonte neighborhood, recognizable by its caves, where minority groups came to settle after the Castilian conquest. Currently the Sacromonte has a great relationship with the art of flamenco, since the caves were reused by the gypsy community for that purpose.
Albaicín and Sacromonte sunset tour
Join me on this incredible sunset tour through the Albayzín and Sacromonte viewpoints. Discover the most hidden views of the old Muslim quarter such as San Nicolás viewpoint, the cave houses of the gypsy quarter and the history of Granada's flamenco, all guided by an official tour guide. We will start at the Plaza Nueva, the most emblematic square in the city, built by Emperor Charles V in the 16th century. As the sun sets, we will visit the hidden viewpoints of the Albaicín while we discover the history of the medieval quarter and the way of life of its people. Finally we will arrive at a viewpoint of the neighborhood to contemplate a magical sunset. Next we will discover the gypsy neighborhood of Sacromonte, its cave-houses and the history of Granada's flamenco. Ending at the Paseo de los tristes, one of the most beautiful walks in all of Europe.