Make your way to a centrally-located meeting point in Alicante, where you’ll join a guide and group for the walk to Santa Bárbara Castle, hilltop fortifications that look out over the city and coast.
Continue into Alicante’s Old Town, walking through quiet neighborhoods with a laid-back, Mediterranean feel, then see the San Nicolas de Bari Procathedral, a 17th-century landmark built on the site of an even older mosque. As you walk, the guide will share local insights into Alicante, from the rhythms of daily life to history, and you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions about the places you see along the way.
Take in the Baroque façade that adorns Alicante’s Town Hall, then continue to Casa Carbonell, a modernist landmark that’s among the city’s most recognizable. Finish the tour at the breezy Explanada de España, a waterside promenade that’s perfect for sunbathing, strolling, and people-watching at the edge of the water.