Granada

Guided Tour to Granada

“Granada is Spain’s most valued treasure; a melting pot of flavours, smells and passion”

Granada is undeniably one of the most culturally vibrant cities in Andalusia, as capital of the Nazari kingdom and birthplace of flamenco.

At the foot of the Sierra Nevada there is the city considered the most exotic of Andalusia: Granada. It is undeniably one of the most culturally vibrant cities in Andalusia, capital of the Nazari kingdom and birthplace of flamenco where you can feel the great mix of cultures found in each of its streets. During this visit we will get lost in the Albaicín, we will make you fall in love with the monumental buildings of the nineteenth century, we will contemplate the Alhambra from the viewpoint of San Nicolás and we will enjoy the typical Andalusian tapas.

Architecture, culture, history, nature, dance and tapas -what more could you ask for?!

In Málaga Adventures we organise guided tours of Granada for private groups and excursions, leaving from Málaga.

If you want more info, just contact us.

TIcket Prices

Private Tour
1-5 people
98€/per group
Small Group
6-15 people
135€/per group
Big Group
16-30 people
180€/per group

Why choose us?

YOUNG TEAM

We provide tours in a clear, enjoyable and funny way. We adapt perfectly to all ages.

Multilingual tours

All our tours could be provided in Spanish, English, Italian, French, and German.

Fully customized

Our tours are adjustable according to your interests and preferences regarding time and routes.

Short info

When ?

It can be organized any day. 

Duration

8hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Italian, French, German

Meeting point

Contact us by e-mail or Whatsapp.

How to recognize our tour guides?

The guide will be waiting for you at the meeting point and he/she will wear the red t-shirt of Málaga Adventures. It will be very easy to recognize.

Moreover, we are going to provide you his/her phone number for every necessity.

Tour Route

Alhambra

La Alhambra is an Andalusian palatine city located in the Sabika Mountain in Granada. It is a set of palaces, gardens and fortress that shelter an independent citadel inside of Granada ́s city. There was the residence of the sultan and his family and the Nasrid Kingdom court of Granada.

Palace of Charles V

The Emperor Charles V will arrive in Granada in 1526 and he will deeply change the city. The emperor immediately understood the importance of Granada for the Spanish monarchy and he started some initiatives in the style of the city and in its urbanization. Come to use and we will discover together this beautiful palace!

Square of Isabel la Católica

The statue in this square reminds the Capitulation of Santa Fe, when the Catholic Royals designated Columbus governor, viceroy and admiral of all the territories that he would have discovered during his life. 

Together we will discover the history of Columbus and the Queen Isabel!

Plaza del Carbón
Alcaicería

It is a typical Muslim neighborhood, made by narrow streets where previously was collocated the old Muslim market. The name was given after that the emperor Justinian allowed the Arabs to sell silk, and this place started to be called al-kaysar-ia that means the “Place of Cesar”.

Cathedral

The Cathedral of the Encarnacion of Grandada started to be built in 1526 and was finished in 1561. The main idea was a Cathedral with two towers taller than 80 meters, but for various problems was built only one tower.

Together we will learn why is the Cathedral in unfinished!

Albaicín

This neighborhood of Albaicín is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 

From the time of its foundation in 1033 by the Arabs, it was seen as a remote area of the city since it could have been a shelter for the Muslims expelled after the Christian Reconquest. 

Mirador de San Nicolas

After that Bill Clinton visited the viewpoint of San Nicolas in 1977, admitting that he saw the “most beautiful sunset of the world”, it becomes a place that every tourist must visit. From here you can admire the Alhambra, the Serranía and all the city.

If you haven’t been to the Viewpoint of San Nicolas, you haven’t been in Granada!

People talking about us

Abd elkader Abd elhalim
Abd elkader Abd elhalim
09:52 29 Aug 19
It was a nice tour in Alcazaba, a lot of knowledge and fun by Anna the tour guide. highly recommended.
L3onie B
L3onie B
11:38 11 Jul 19
Last week I did the Free Tour of Malaga Adventures and it was awesome!!! I enjoyed it a lot. I really liked the tour guide because she was so friendly, funny and open. She showed us the city in a different way and after the tour I felt almost like a real malageño ;)read more
Calugher Simona
Calugher Simona
15:04 31 May 19
Had an amazing experience with Malaga Adventures. The guide was very well prepared. The tour was fun and informative. Would definitely recommend doing it on the first days of vacationread more
Jossy Munro
Jossy Munro
14:36 27 May 19
I went on the free walking tour with Imma and I had a great time! Imma was really friendly and her style was both humorous and informative; there was certainly a lot of laughter during the tour! I learnt a lot about the history and culture of Malaga (and also Andalusia in general), and I think the different stops on the tour were really well chosen. The tour lasted 1 hour 30 mins and was the perfect way of getting an insight into this fantastic city!read more
Immacolata Calicchio
Immacolata Calicchio
15:23 31 Jan 19
I really enjoy the tour! it was a good way to discover the city and learn a lot of tips about Malaga! Highly recommended!read more
Laura Watermann
Laura Watermann
13:38 18 Dec 18
Best free tours in Málaga! Not only very entertaining, you also learn a lot about Málaga's most interesting places, its history and hidden charms! I definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Málaga. Also: Ask the guide for recommendations for tapas places, bars, museums etc. Their tips were really useful for me during my stay in the city :)read more
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