Greet your guide at a central location in the Cathedral quarter and begin your tour with an ambient stroll through Albacin, a charming UNESCO-listed neighborhood hailed as Granada’s historical heart. Admire grand Granada villas with their manicured gardens and elegant facades, and observe the distinct Moorish influence in this quaint quarter.
Marvel at views of the illuminated Alhambra palace on its hilltop perch adjacent to Albacin, then stroll to the intriguing caves of Sacromonte. Originally inhabited by Spanish gypsies, the caves are famed for the perpetuation of feisty flamenco dancing. Appreciate the charm and character of the neighborhood and see the darkened interior of caves home to night flamenco demonstrations.
After your enchanting exploration of the city, stop at one of Granada’s most popular tapas bars beside Plaza Nueva to enjoy a selection of Spanish specialties; feast upon a plate of local tapas and sip fine wine, beer or a soft drink as you absorb the ambient atmosphere of the eatery. Bid your guide and group farewell within the bar but feel free to stay and enjoy more tantalizing tapas.