This walking tour gives a pleasant, detailed and thorough account of Granada throughout the centuries of Islamic and Christian rule. You'll find out all about this fascinating city from an expert guide.
What to Expect
This historical tour of Granada will explain how this beautiful city transformed from the Islamic period to the Christian period.
The walking tour takes you through the streets of the historical city centre to discover the town before and after the Islamic conquest. Later the tour enters the heart of the Albaycín, which is full of tea shops, churches, narrow streets, monuments and many secrets.
Your expert guide will describe the important historical facts of Granada, covering the Catholic Monarchs, Charles V, The Alhambra, the Moorish tragedy, The Albaicín Quarter today, the urban and water infrastructure and The Cármenes of Granada.
The itinerary leads you from Bib-Rambla square to the city town hall (Plaza del Carmen), Corral del Carbón, Alcaicería, the surroundings of the Cathedral and Royal Chapel, Madraza, the Albaycín quarter, the river Darro and Plaza Nueva.
- Entrance fees for the Madrasa and Corral del Carbón
The tour meets at Plaza Bib-Rambla at the "Meeting Point" Kiosk Cicerone. It is a green and white kiosk located on the closest corner to the Cathedral.
What to Remember
The tour guide will arrive at the the time the tour begins.