Granada Tours - Guided Walks of Granada, Excursions and RoutesTake historical and monumental tours of Granada and learn about the city's best monuments, attractions and famous landmarks: Alhambra, Albaicin, and the Carrera del Darro, Cathedral, Capilla Real, Monastery de la Cartuja, Monastery of San Jeronimo.
Here you can find free or tours with private guides who will walk you through the streets of Granada, discover its monuments, squares and buildings, and learn about different periods in the history of the city.
Price: guided tour 15 euros per personThe important places and events of Granada's past, the evolution of the city, the tragedy of the Moors, the legends and the history of Granada.
Included: Catedral, Capilla Real, Madraza, Real Chancillería, Lonja de Mercaderes, Albaicín bajo, Carrera del Darro, etc.
Price: freeDiscover this old historic Granada cemetery on self-guided tour, learn about romantic grounds, tombs, patios and panoramic viewpoints.
Included: Alixares Palace, Patio of San Cristobal, Ermita, Santiago, San Juan, Angustias, San Miguel
Price: 42 €/person, entrances includedThe tour to the first Renaissance Cathedral of Spain, a jewel of Gothic, and the Royal Chapel with the tombs of the Catholic Kings.
Included: Plaza Bib-Rambla, Plaza Pasiegas, Interior de la Catedral, Calle Oficios, interior de la Capilla Real
Price: 8 euros (1 day), 12 euros (2 days)The train with a see-through roof offers a complete tour of Granada from where you can discover main Granada tourist attractions and beauty spots.
Included (exterior): Alhambra, Albayzin y Mirador de San Nicolas, Plaza Nueva, Carrera delDarro, etc.
Walk in Granada to see wide variety of monuments, squares and corners, mountains, plains and natural sites of great beauty and historical value, architecturally impressive monuments of Alhambra and the Cathedral, Granada's historic center, its charming corners and districts Albaycin and Sacromonte.
Do you Want to Visit the Alhambra Without Guided Tour?Here you can find information on how to buy a ticket to the Alhambra, where to buy, opening hours, etc: The Alhambra
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Opinions about Tours in Granada
Guided Walking Tour - from Islam To ChristianityI took the tour in November, with Miriam, and loved it. I only discovered this website now as I am creating a photo book about my trip. Miriam was very good as she spoke English and Spanish, and gave time for everyone to see the places.
I also spoke later to Rocio, in the Kiosco "Punto de Encuentro" in Plaza Bib Rambla. I wanted to tell her to tell the company how much I had enjoyed the walk. She was very helpful and nice to talk to. We had the chance to discuss what life is like now for younger people in Spain, and about Granada as well. Rocio had a very good manner with the customers when they came to the booth (Angela).