Doubloon d’Or: The Albaicín and its Hispano-Muslim monuments.

Guided visit to the Albaicín, a World Heritage neighborhood, and the palaces of the Nasrid nobles who inhabited it.

Duration 2.5 hours
Groups 20 pax
No queues Skip-the-line access
Recommended for All ages
Santa Ana Square
Darro Race
The Bañuelo
Horno del Oro House
The Paseo de los Tristes
Saint Nicholas' viewpoint
Dar Al Horra Palace
Experiences Guided Tour, Culture, History and Art, Walking tour.
Availability Seasonally *, except January 1st and December 25th. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
It includes Tickets to Monuments of Albaicín + Official guide.
Meeting point Plaza de Santa Ana, Next to the Church and the Torl pillar.
Activity level Moderate.
Discount Discounts in Virtual Nhue Souvenir store.

Cancellation policy:

100% cancellation fees will apply if canceled 2 days or less before the event time.


  • Travelers are required to wear personal masks and observe social estrangement during the experience.
  • The guides will wear masks and gloves.
  • On-site procedures for frequent cleaning or disinfection.
  • Customer is recommended to have their own headphones.

People with reduced mobility.

The ancient Arab layout of these neighborhoods makes it impossible for baby carriages or wheelchairs to transit on this tour.
We recommend that parents carry a baby carrier during the visit.

Do you want to know more?

For more information, you can contact us on the phone 958 281 499 or on the email You can also find us at Plaza San Agustín, n 3. Casa Zayas Building, 100 meters from Plaza de Siloé.

It is not a recommended visit if you need a wheelchair to make the visit. Access is from a different place than the main group and there are many areas that you cannot visit.

Hours and languages
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Winter: 14:45
Summer: 17:00
Winter: 14:45
Summer: 17:00
Winter: 14:45
Summer: 17:00
Winter: 14:45
Summer: 17:00
Tour Albaicín y Sacromonte
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The old Nasrid currency gives its name to the cultural route through the heart of historical Granada that connects the Sabika hill, where the Alhambra and the Generalife are located and the oldest neighborhood in the city, the Albaicín

This visit is a unique opportunity to visit the Albaicín neighborhood, full of carmenes, old cisterns, narrow streets and small squares that lead to spectacular viewpoints that bring us closer to the towers of the Alhambra just by looking at the Darro Valley and the forests that cover the hill of the Sabika

The neighborhood shelters the main Hispanic-Muslim monuments or Nasrid Palaces of Albaicín. A visit that begins in the Plaza Santa Ana, continues along the Acera del Darro, and monuments such as the Bañuelo, Casa Horno de Oro and Dar al-Horra Palace or the “Alhambra Chica” are visited.

Nor can you miss a visit to some viewpoints in the city, such as the famous Mirador de San Nicolás.