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Rogerio we like to thank you for your guidance the car. A must lol and the friendship during our October 2019 tour of Spain Rogerio attendad to ... More more right

Review for Rogerio Cavalinhos, Tour guide in Granada, Spain

Gosia took my wife,  daughter, and me on a personal tour throughout the Alhambra.  It was fantastic.  She was so knowledgeable, ... More more right

Review for Gosia J, Tour guide in Granada, Spain

My wife and I had a wonderful tour of the Alhambra and Albaicin with Rosa. She is a very experienced guide with excellent English. We very much ... More more right

Review for Rosa Terrones, Tour guide in Granada, Spain

About Granada

In the shadow of the great Sierra Nevada, the city of Granada is arguably one of the most cosmopolitan and historically-rich on the entire Iberian Peninsula. With a past that bears the influences of Moorish invaders, Christian crusaders and Spanish imperialists alike, its various sights range from arabesque palaces, to Catholic basilicas, forming a veneer that’s part white-washed Andalusia, part mystical North Africa.

First-time visitors love to lose themselves amidst the sea of churches and palaces that forms Granada’s old centre, flitting between the towering Cathedral of Granada (the second-largest in the country), the regal tombs of the Royal Chapel, and the sprawling Alhambra on the hill—Granada’s undisputed pièce de résistance and the onetime stronghold of Arabic sultans in Spain. Others enjoy wandering the city’s various districts and spying out its hidden crevices; people-watching from the charming cafés of Plaza Nueva serving free tapas, lining up for a informal flamenco performance, or enjoying the arabesque streets of Albayzin.

Your Granada tour guide will tell you that this city also represents a gateway to the fabled hinterlands of the greater region, offering up rugged mountain biking and laid-back beachcombing alike on the stretches of the Costa del Sol, and even skiing on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada to the south.

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