2.5-Hour Private Tour Of The Popular Attractions Of Granada
Visit Granada and explore the streets and monuments of this beautiful city while learning the most exciting aspects of its rich history. See the Plaza de Bib-Rambla, Granada Cathedral, Royal Chapel, La Madraza, Alcaiceria, and Old Madrassa. Marvel at the statues of Queen Isabella and Christopher Columbus before ending the tour at Paseo de los Tristes.
- Admire Granada's Cathedral and Royal Chapel
- Discover new secrets about the Moorish heritage of Granada
- Visit King Ferdinand's final resting place and his queen, Isabella
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- We will begin our tour from the historical city centre and admire Granada's Cathedral and Royal Chapel.
- Then, we will walk through the Rambla gate to the square, head on to Plaza de Bib-Rambla and Carmine square, and continue our stroll to the City Hall.
- Next, we will visit La Madraza, the first university in Granada, inaugurated in 1349 by Nasrid King Yusuf I.
- Then, we will walk along the famous Cobblestone handmade road, discovering new secrets about the Moorish heritage of Granada. Also, we will visit the former Cold Store, its detailed history as a monastery and now as offices.
- Our next stop is Alcaiceria, the ancient Arab silk market of Granada, heading to King Ferdinand's final resting place and his queen, Isabella.
- Explore the Old Madrassa and the intricate architecture inspired by Islamic styles.
- On the tour's final leg, marvel at Queen Isabella and Christopher Columbus statues, recording one of the most significant moments of modern history.
- Then, we will head to Saint Nicholas viewpoint and the oldest square of Granada, Plaza Nueva.
- We will say our final goodbyes at Carrera del Darro, also known as "Paseo de los Tristes", one of the most famous streets in the city.
- English-speaking guide
- Entrance fees
Plaza Isabel La Católica
For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Maria SanchezA Perfect Way to Explore Granada's Rich History
This walking tour was an incredible way to explore Granada's rich history and culture. Our guide, Cicerone, took us to some of the city's most iconic landmarks, including the Royal Chapel and the stunning Granada Cathedral. Cicerone’s passion for the city's history and culture was contagious, and we would highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Granada.
David JonesA Magical Journey Through Granada's Landmarks
This tour was a truly magical experience that took us through some of Granada's most iconic landmarks. Our guide, Rasha, was incredibly knowledgeable and showed us the breathtaking the Old Madrassa and Alcaiceria, the ancient Arab silk market. We also enjoyed exploring the winding streets of the historic neighbourhoods. Overall, this tour was a great way to experience the best of Granada's landmarks.
Emily LeeA Memorable Way to Discover Granada's Hidden Treasures
If you're looking for a tour that goes beyond the typical tourist attractions, this is the one for you! Our guide, Asier, took us to some of Granada's hidden gems. We loved learning about the city's hidden history and seeing parts of Granada that most tourists miss. Asier's enthusiasm and knowledge made this tour an unforgettable experience.
Jose MartinezAn Authentic Andalusian Experience in Granada
This tour was a great way to experience the authentic Andalusian culture of Granada. Our guide, Cicerone, took us to some of the city's most iconic landmarks, including the famous Saint Nicholas viewpoint and the La Madraza. Overall, this tour was a fantastic way to immerse ourselves in the unique culture of Granada.
SofiaThe perfect walking tour
The perfect walking tour to discover the beauty of Granada. Rasha was knowledgeable and friendly, taking us to see the King Ferdinand's final resting place and his queen, Isabella. Highly recommended!
CarlosAn unforgettable experience
An unforgettable experience to explore the vibrant city of Granada on foot. We visited the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel, and the Monastery of Cartuja. The views from the Mirador de San Nicolas were breathtaking.
LauraDiscover the history and culture of Granada
A great way to discover the history and culture of Granada. Aiser showed us the Queen Isabella and Christopher Columbus statues. We learned so much and enjoyed every moment.
DavidAn excellent walking tour
An excellent walking tour that took us through the heart of Granada. Cicerone was passionate and engaging.
USD 161 / group