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Granada: Hammam Al Ándalus with Massage

Granada: Hammam Al Ándalus with Massage

Enjoy a relaxing Arabic tradition at Granada’s Hammam Al Ándalus, and experience the refreshing sensation of authentic hot, cold and warm steam rooms, fed by thermal waters. Bathing can be alternated with periods of relaxation in the relaxation room where you can sip on mint tea and unwind to soothing Andalusian music. Located at the foot of the Alhambra, behind the ancient mosque, now known as the Church of Santa Ana, Hammam Al Ándalus is dedicated to stress-free experiences. Move freely between the hot, warm and cold baths, recreating the original rhythm of an Andalusian Hammam. Top it all off in the steam room, which you can return to as often as you like between swims, and unwind in the rest room.

App self-guided route Granada Includes Tapas Route and audio

App self-guided route Granada Includes Tapas Route and audio

Embark on a unique experience as you explore the most emblematic places of this wonderful city. Our App has an audio guide in several languages so you can immerse yourself in the history and culture of Granada as you stroll through its streets. With our self-guided route App, you can enjoy a personalized experience at your own pace. It will take you through the most impressive corners of Granada, from the majesty of the Alhambra to the charming neighborhoods of Albaicín and Sacromonte. The route is divided into the following multilingual sections: - Albaicín: The Andalusian Soul of Granada: This route contains 10 points of interest available with texts and audio guide. It also has routes on foot or by car, with the following points of interest: Mirador de San Nicolás, Paseo de los Tristes, Cartuja de Granada, Real Monasterio de San Jeromimo, Puerta de Elvira, Dar al, Casa del Chapiz, among others... - Alhambra, The Throbbing Heart of Granada: Route with 13 points of interest available with texts and multilingual audioguide: Generalife, Nazari Palaces, Palace of Charles V, Hammam al Andalus, Casa de las Chirimias, Alcazaba, Partal, Museum of the Alhambra, among others... - Essential Granada: From the Heart to the Soul of the City: A route with 8 essential points of interest such as: Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo, El Realejo, Corral del Carbon, Palacio de la Madraza, Capilla Real de Granada, Granada Cathedral, Calle de las Teterias and the Jose Guerrero Center. The application is very easy to use. Simply download the app, choose the route you want to follow and start exploring. Aditional Route Tapas the Granada A tapas route through Granada is not only an opportunity to savor delicious bites; It is an immersion in the culture and history of the city. You will discover the best restaurants and bars in the area. What are you waiting for? Download the app now and discover Granada in a unique way!

Self-guided route Granada Includes Tapas Route

Self-guided route Granada Includes Tapas Route

Granada, located in southern Spain in the Andalusia region, is a city of rich history and vibrant culture that offers a stunning tapestry of Arabic and Spanish influences. Here is a detailed description of the main places of interest and activities that you can enjoy in Granada: The Alhambra: This famous palace complex and fortress is the jewel of Granada and a testament to the splendor of the Moorish period in Spain. Its exquisite palaces, courtyards and gardens, such as the Palace of the Lions and the Generalife, offer a glimpse of refined Islamic art and are a must-see for any visitor. El Albayzín: This old neighborhood is known for its narrow cobblestone streets, whitewashed houses and spectacular views of the Alhambra from the Mirador de San Nicolás. Walking through the Albayzín transports you to another time and is ideal for exploring on foot. Granada Cathedral: Located in the heart of the city, this impressive Spanish Renaissance-style cathedral was built over the main mosque of Granada. Its royal chapel is the resting place of the Catholic Monarchs. Royal Chapel: Adjacent to the cathedral, the Royal Chapel houses the mausoleums of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand, whose efforts unified Spain and financed Columbus' voyage to America. Monastery of San Jerónimo: A Renaissance religious retreat with an impressive main altar and a quiet cloister that invites reflection and rest. Well-preserved Arab baths dating back to the 11th century offer insight into the social customs of the Islamic era in Granada. Calle Elvira and Gran Vía: Main streets to enjoy the urban atmosphere, with a variety of shops, tapas bars and restaurants where you can taste local cuisine such as gazpacho, Iberian ham and eggplant-based dishes. Sacromonte: Famous for its caves that have been transformed into residences and venues for flamenco shows. This neighborhood is also known for its gypsy population and offers authentic zambra shows, a local form of flamenco. Science Park: An interactive museum that offers exhibitions on science and technology, ideal for families. Granada combines a rich historical heritage with a vibrant contemporary cultural life, making it a fascinating destination to explore both history and modern Spanish life. Aditional Route Tapas the Granada A tapas route through Granada is not only an opportunity to savor delicious bites; It is an immersion in the culture and history of the city. You will discover the best restaurants and bars in the area. What are you waiting for? Download the app now and discover Granada in a unique way!

Granada in a Nutshell a Self-Guided Audio Tour in English

Granada in a Nutshell a Self-Guided Audio Tour in English

This is a self-guided tour in English available on the SmartGuide app that uses GPS for automatic audio play, even offline. - Install the SmartGuide app available on Android and iOS. - Use the TOUR LINK provided in the email after completing the reservation to start exploring at your own pace, with offline audio play. - The tour link unlocks all English tours at your destination for 1-month. - Keep your phone in your pocket and pause as desired. What will you experience? ─── Discover Granada's heritage with a self-guided audio tour in English. Our journey begins at the Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where you'll explore its intricate palaces, gardens, and breathtaking views of Granada. Stroll through the labyrinthine streets of the Albaicín, the city's historic Moorish quarter, known for its white-washed houses and cobblestone alleys. Visit the majestic Granada Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, the final resting place of Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. With its blend of history, Islamic influence, and Spanish charm, Granada promises an enchanting Spanish experience. Tour itinerary: ─── - Explore Alhambra, one of the largest and certainly most beautiful castles in the world - Pass by the Gate of the Pomegranates - Enjoy a leisurely experience in the Arab Baths of Granada - Discover the New Square - Dive into Albayzín, the charming district that retains its Moorish feel with the narrow winding streets and picturesque white-washed buildings - See the Granada Cathedral - Enjoy a relaxing yet educational walk in the Generalife Gardens Admission and Opening Hours ─── - Remember, that some attractions may require optional entry fees for in-depth exploration, which are not included in the tour reservation. - Before embarking on the tour, please verify the opening hours of the included sights. We suggest to take the tour between 10 am and 6 pm.

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What people are saying about Hammam Al Ándalus

Overall rating

4.7
(516 reviews)

It was magical!! The place is really magnificent, the 3 pools are great, the little tea area is very pretty, the niche showers are very pretty and I even managed to stay for a minute in the little cold water pool! Excellent experience between friends! Small 20 minute massage which was well done but which lacked a little strength despite the fact that it was a man who massaged me (but that's my feeling, I like it when it's quite strong). Very good welcome and very well indicated explanations. I would definitely go back if I come back to Granada one day.

The place is beautiful, fragrant, silent, with shallow and deep pools of cold, warm and hot water, as well as a sauna. Illuminated by candlelight, a silent, respectful and sensorial environment, which also reproduces the rich Arabic decoration of the Alhambra. And all this culminating in a delicious massage. Top experience, unmissable!

For us it has been a very relaxing experience, as stated in the description of the experience, the 15 minute massage was a little short for us, so I recommend choosing the 30 minute one, although it was excellent. The bathrooms produce a lot of serenity, I loved them, I recommend it 100%.

What an incredibly relaxing and wonderful experience. We would definitely repeat and recommend this experience!

A big favorite ! everything was there (the atmosphere, the music, the tea, the massages).