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Discover the most ancient quarters of Granada on a 2.5-hour walking tour guided by an expert. Enjoy the most famous views of the city and learn the history of the last Muslim city of Spain
Travel through the centuries on this 2.5-hour walking tour of the most charismatic quarters of Granada: Albaicin and Sacromonte. Learn the history, legends and local culture guided by an official tour guide.
Visit the remains of the glorious dynasties that ruled the last Muslim kingdom of the Iberian Peninsula. Walls, gates, palaces and mosques are all waiting for you.
Starting from the city center, you'll wander the narrow alleys of the Albaicin – the Moorish quarter. Be amazed by the white houses and the flowered balconies. Continue into the Sacromonte, the "flamenco" quarter of Granada. Learn why people live in caves dug into the mountains here, and why Gypsies chose this place centuries ago as their settlement
•Isabel la Católica
•Carrera del Darro
•Aljibe del Trillo
•San Nicolas Viewpoint
•Paseo de los Tristes
What's included: • Official tour guide Not included: • Transport • Food and drinks Duration: Approximate duration of the visit 2 and a half hours Languages: English. The visit will be made in a unique language. Hours: 17.00 hrs. Meeting Point: Plaza de Isabel La Católica, next to the statue of Isabel and Colón And my ticket ?: There is no ticket request. It is important that you print it on your smartphone and that you are interested in the street and city streets of the meeting point. CANCELLATION CONDITIONS You can cancel without expenses until 4 days before the visit. After 3 days cancellation of 100% cancellation. More information: For more information you can contact us by phone 958 281 499 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also find us in the Plaza San Agustín, n. 3. Casa Zayas building, 100 meters from the Plaza de Siloé.