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Granada: 1-Hour Traditional Flamenco Show

1. Granada: 1-Hour Traditional Flamenco Show

Immerse yourself in the grace and beauty of a traditional folk art form from Andalusia and watch a flamenco show performed by talented dancers. Famed in the region since the beginning of the 19th century, flamenco has its roots in the culture of the Romani people. Be amazed by the skills and passion of the performers, and get a better understanding of the history and culture of Granada and Andalusia. Take your seats for a show that combines music and dance in seductive ways for a unique and emotional experience.

Albaicín & Sacromonte: Tour with Flamenco Show

2. Albaicín & Sacromonte: Tour with Flamenco Show

Take in the best views of the Alhambra and experience well-preserved traditions on this guided tour of the Albaicín and Sacromonte, two of the most typical neighborhoods in Granada. Finish your tour in a tablao flamenco with skip-the-line entry. Discover Albaicín (also Albayzín), the old Arab Quarter. Walk through its narrow streets and experience the atmosphere of its bars and terraces. Then, make your way to Sacromonte, traditionally the home of gypsies, artists, and bohemians. Learn the legends and stories that the characters who lived in these neighborhoods have left behind, including the story of Mariana Pineda, the lovers of the Aljibe, and the gypsy Chorrohumo, among others. To complete your tour, enjoy a unique flamenco experience at Tablao Flamenco La Alboreá, located in the heart of Granada next to the famous Plaza Nueva. The location is within walking distance from almost any point in the old city center. Tablao La Alboreá offers authentic flamenco shows of approximately one hour in length and featuring four artists, many of whom have strong roots in the city of Granada.

Granada: Alhambra Ticket and Arabian Bath Full-Day Tour

3. Granada: Alhambra Ticket and Arabian Bath Full-Day Tour

Become a sultan of old Andaluz on a sightseeing tour of Alhambra, combined with a visit to a luxurious Arabian spa in the evening. In the morning, explore the history of Granada on a private tour of Alhambra and Generalife. One of the most important structures of the Middle Ages, Alhambra is also one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the world. Learn about the 9th-century palace and fortress, and marvel at its magnificent mix of Moorish and Spanish culture. A hallmark of Granada's Moorish traditions is its use of water, especially in the Arabic baths. Granada's Hammam Al Andalus is a great way to unwind in the evening after a cultural day at Alhambra and Generalife. At Hammam Al Andalus, be welcomed in by the aromatic scent of essential oils. Bathing in the pools of different temperatures is a sure way to be eased into a state of heavenly calm, and if any stress still lingers, treat yourself to an optional massage.

Granada: Royal Chapel, Cathedral and Monastery of San Jerón

4. Granada: Royal Chapel, Cathedral and Monastery of San Jerón

With this combined tour, you can enjoy the three most characteristic monuments of Granada linked to the Catholic Monarchs and Emperor Carlos V. Start your tour at the Plaza Bib-Rambla where you will meet your friendly guide. From here, you'll enter the Royal Chapel, built for Isabel la Católica, who is buried next to Fernando de Aragón. After discovering its splendid marble tombs and the rich collection of Flemish paintings personally owned by the queen, you will visit the Cathedral of Granada, built by Emperor Carlos V. This Cathedral was erected by the hands of the architect Diego de Siloé on the Alhama mosque, making it one of the first Renaissance works in the country. Finally, complete your experience with a visit to the splendid Monastery of San Jerónimo, built by the Catholic Monarchs to extol the military and heroic greatness of the Grand Captain, Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba. Of particular note in this building is the main altar, where Gonzalo was buried, it is truly a sight to behold.

Granada: Flamenco La Soleá Show Ticket with Drink

5. Granada: Flamenco La Soleá Show Ticket with Drink

Immerse yourself in authentic Andalusian culture with a night of traditional flamenco with this ticket for the "Zambra, La Raíz" show in Granada. Sip on a tasty wine, beer, or soft drink with the show. Have the option to choose a ticket option that incudes a Soleá or tapas dinner menu. Step into the world of flamenco and take a seat to witness one of the liveliest flamenco shows on the current scene. Hear skilled performers sing and play their hearts out. Watch intense dancers work up a sweat at they move with equal measures of passion and grace. Pick the tapas menu to add a gastronomic journey to your experience. Share starters of a slice of Spanish omelets, soaked beans from Granada, broad beans with ham from Trevélez, and chicken and ham croquettes. Savor a main course of either salmon au gratin with roast baby potatoes, or sirloin steak with Mozarabic sauce. Finish your meal off with an indulgent triple chocolate cake. Delight your senses with something from the sea when you choose the Soleá menu. Start with a prawn salad and a first course of cod with saffron Villeroy sauce and seasonal vegetables. Move on to a second course of grilled Iberian fan with chestnut sauce reduction and carrot Parmentier. End on a sweet note of turrón (similar to nougat) ice cream with caramel and toffee.

Granada: 1-Hour Flamenco Show

6. Granada: 1-Hour Flamenco Show

Visit Granada's Arabic Quarter next to the Mirador de San Cristóbal for an amazing flamenco show in a charming amphitheater decorated in the Mudéjar style. See talented flamenco artists, such as Antonio Campos, David Carmona, Emilio Maya, Adrián Sánchez, Fuensanta la Moneta, and Patricia Guerrero. These great have made this the most popular flamenco show in the city.

Alhambra & Generalife Tour including Transport & Admission

7. Alhambra & Generalife Tour including Transport & Admission

A walk around the Alhambra Palace, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is a must for every visitor to Granada. It is a work of art that has appeal for many reasons, including its monumental size and historic importance, its attractive and elaborate rooms, and its exquisitely detailed Islamic art. The Alhambra was built as a fortress in 889 and converted into a royal palace in 1333 by Sultan Yusuf I. The Islamic palaces were built for the last Muslim Emirs in Spain and the court of the Nasrid dynasty. On your 3-hour tour of the Alhambra, you’ll have at your disposal an official tourist guide who has extensive knowledge of Granada’s heritage. Your guide will take you through all sections of the red fortress, and will answer any questions you may have about this spectacular monument. Admire the Alcazaba Fortress, which is the oldest part of the Alhambra complex. In the past it served as a military precinct. The Generalife, situated to the east of the Alhambra , was the sultan’s summer palace. It is surrounded by vast gardens and features elegantly aging moorish architecture.

Granada: Private Luxury Airport Transfer

8. Granada: Private Luxury Airport Transfer

Save time and avoid waiting for taxis with an affordable airport transfer to Granada city or vice-versa. Sit back and enjoy a pre-booked luxury transfer service with air-conditioned vehicle, and a driver who will assist you during your trip. You can relax and enjoy a punctual, comfortable, and convenient service that will take your worries away and allow you to enjoy the beautiful views of Granada. Don't hesitate to ask any questions, your driver will be happy to assist you with whatever you need.

Granada: Private Cathedral and Royal Chapel Tour

9. Granada: Private Cathedral and Royal Chapel Tour

Your tour will begin as you meet your guide at a meeting place predetermined by you prior to the day. From there you will travel to the Royal Chapel of Granada, which is a final resting place of the magnificent kings of Spain, Queen Isabella, and her husband King Ferdinand. You will then advance towards Granada Cathedral, which is one of the biggest cathedrals in all of Spain and a significant representative symbol of the presence of Christianity in the country. Following this you travel to Alcaiceria, where you will be able to stroll around a Muslim Medieval market place for 15 minutes. Towards the end of your tour you will visit Plaza de Isabel La Catolica, a monument that commemorates the meeting of Queen Isabella with Cristopher Columbus.

Alhambra: Ticket with Audio Guide

10. Alhambra: Ticket with Audio Guide

Enjoy the flexibility and freedom of a self-guided tour of Granada with your audio guide tourist navigator that comes with GPS navigation. After you have picked up your personal tourist navigator and your entry time for Alhambra Palace, enjoy skip-the-line entry to Alhambra and see the exquisitely detailed Islamic art and architecture of Generalife Gardens, Nasrid Palaces, and Alcazaba Fortress. Your audio guide will provide detailed explanations of Alhambra and Generalife as you walk. After your visit to Alhambra and before giving back the audio guide, discover the city’s best cultural offerings, tapas bars, monuments, and museums. Go to exhibitions and track restaurants according to price and the type of cuisine. Follow the tips of your GPS navigator, and relax in the evening with a massage, have fun with friends at a great restaurant, play golf, or visit an amusement park.  

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What people are saying about Granada

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 12,393 reviews

This tour is amazing and I highly recommend it. Our guide, Gosia, was kind, incredibly knowledgeable, and her English was perfect. I really appreciated the tempo in which she led the tour. The three hours are packed with a lot to see, but she guided us to each of the sites at a leisurely pace so as not to overwhelm. She also gave us much-needed pauses for photo ops and to take in the breathtaking scenery. I couldn't have asked for a better guide for our visit to the Alhambra.

Our guide was very knowledgeable. She answered additional questions and pointed out historical connections. She responded to our wishes, patiently helped with the "right photo" and at the end gave more tips for the trip.

We had a wonderful local guide qualified as a historian proud of his origins in Granada. He explained everything well and made us feel engrossed in the tour throughout.

Our guide was excellent, unfortunately I don't remember his name. She then continued with a group from Seville at 1:00 p.m.!!! Thank you!

Good level of information and background. Really enjoyed