- Four-hour afternoon tour of historic Granada
- Visit to the Royal Chapel and cathedral
- Moorish quarter
- Expert Spanish- and English-speaking guide
- Pick-up and drop-off from central Granada hotels
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What You Can Expect
Continue along Gran Via passing the Gardens of Triunfo and Hospital Real, to reach the old Moorish Quarter of the Albaycin where you can wander the narrow streets before reaching the Mirador de San Nicholas. From here, you can experience the beauty of the Alhambra, Granada and the Sierra Nevada, before enjoying a refreshment at a local café.
Great tour with an excellent and knowledgeable guide.
Victor was on time picking us up. He was a very personable and knowledgeable guide, who was passionate about his city. We would highly recommend him. There was a wide variety of historical sites all of which added tremendous value to our stay. Victor even took time out to recommend and point out restaurants and other points of interest.
Really went to the heart of the old neighborhood and our guide was not only knowledgeable but showed the right appreciation and reverence for the culture and people who lived there for so many centuries.
Our guide ,Victor was terrific - really knowledgable. Really good tour.
This was an excellent tour as to our great surprise we were the only couple booked on it so we had the undivided attention of the tour guide, who answered all our questions, and also of the courteous car driver who picked us up at our hotel as arranged. Thank you for not cancelling our booking because of poor takeup! We learnt a lot and as it was our last day in Granada, we had had time to think of plenty to ask.
The tour guide Victor? was excellent. A great why to see the major sights of the city except the Alhumbra if u only have a short time
Our guide, Victor, was very passionate and had a ton of info on the history, making the tour fun
Excellent local guide who made the tour interesting and educational. Well worth taking this guided tour to see part of the central area and Albacyin.