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Go on a trip to Granada

Immerse yourself in an Andalusian jewel, where history dances with passion, and where every corner breathes magic. Welcome to Granada, a city that will enchant you from the first glance.
Located at the foot of the majestic Sierra Nevada, the city seduces travelers from around the world with its rich cultural heritage. The iconic Alhambra, with its enchanting palaces, dominates the horizon, while the narrow streets of the Albaicín district invite you to a journey back in time.
Let yourself be carried away by the scents of the Generalife gardens and discover the grandeur of Granada Cathedral. Taste the delights of Andalusian cuisine in the local bodegas and dance to the rhythm of flamenco in the many bars.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Granada

  • Alhambra: A Journey to the Heart of Moorish Splendor

    In the heart of the Andalusian city stands a treasure of immeasurable beauty: the Alhambra. is the very essence of Moorish art, a living testimony to the multicultural history of the region.
    The Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a fortress nestled on a hill overlooking Granada. Strolling through the sumptuous gardens of the Generalife, where every corner exudes serenity, you will feel transported to a world of refinement.
    The Nasrid palaces, with their walls richly decorated with stucco and ceramics, are a true ode to Islamic art. The atmosphere in the rooms of the Catholic Kings will immerse you in the history of the Spanish Reconquista.
    For lovers of panoramic views, the Mirador de San Nicolás offers a breathtaking view of the palaces and the Sierra Nevada as a backdrop..

  • Albaicin neighborhood

    The Albaicin is a journey through time, a labyrinth of cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, and Andalusian charm. This district, offers an authentic experience of the Iberian historical culture. Stroll through the narrow and winding streets, discover picturesque squares like Plaza Larga, and soak up the enchanting atmosphere that reigns here.
    One of the highlights of the Albaicin is the Mirador de San Nicolás, which offers a spectacular view of the Alhambra, illuminated at sunset, with the Sierra Nevada as a backdrop. It is an ideal place to capture magical moments.
    The Albaicin also houses the church of Saint Nicholas, which testifies to the transformation of the district after the Reconquista. Explore the El Bañuelo Arab Baths, an outstanding example of Islamic architecture, and visit the Palace of Dar al-Horra, the residence of the mother of Granada’s last Moorish king.
    You will also find a multitude of craft shops, cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy traditional tapas.

  • Carmen de los Martires Garden

    The Carmen de los Martires garden is an oasis of serenity where nature and history come together to offer an unforgettable experience. This garden, nestled at the foot of the Alhambra, is a well-kept treasure, ready to be discovered by travelers in search of beauty and tranquility. The Carmen de los Martires, with its colorful flower beds, elegant fountains and delicate sculptures, invites you to a sensory walk. The air is imbued with the enchanting scents of roses, jasmine and orange trees, creating an enchanting atmosphere.
    One of the most remarkable features of the garden is its central pond, where majestic swans glide peacefully over the water. The shaded paths, lined with centuries-old trees, invite you to contemplation and meditation.

  • Madraza Palace

    Lost in the Albaicin district, is a little-known treasure of Granada: the Madraza Palace. This architectural gem, with its rich history and breathtaking details, takes you on a journey through time and culture.
    The Madraza Palace, located near Plaza Nueva, is a striking example of Islamic art. Built in the 14th century, it once served as a madrasa, a Koranic school. Today, its doors are open to curious visitors, eager to discover its exceptional architecture and cultural heritage.
    As you explore this palace, you will be amazed by the architectural details, from elegant Moorish arches to finely crafted zellige mosaics. The central patio is a haven of tranquility, decorated with fountains and marble columns.
    Your visit to these places is a real time capsule, a place where history and culture meet.

  • The district of Sacromonte

    Beyond the winding streets of Granada, a unique district emerges from the arid hills: Sacromonte. This enchanting corner, located east of the Albaicin, is the cradle of flamenco, a living culture that pulses to the rhythm of guitars and dance steps.
    Sacromonte’s soul lies in its famous cuevas, caves carved on the hillside, which serve as houses and places of spectacle. Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in this emotionally rich culture by attending an authentic flamenco show, where the artist gives body and soul to his passion.
    The Cuevas del Sacromonte Museum is a must to understand the history of the neighborhood and the evolution of traditional dance. The captivating exhibits take you on a journey revealing the profound impact of this dance throughout the centuries.
    Sacromonte is also famous for its flea markets, craft shops and quaint little cafes. It is a place where time seems suspended, where every corner reserves a surprise, where emotion is at the rendezvous.

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