- Nasrid palaces Complete.
- Tower of Arms.
- Tower of the Candle.
- Patio de los Arrayanes.
- Throne Room.
- Palace of Carlos V.
- Church of Santa María de la Alhambra.
- Parador de San Francisco.
- Gardens of the Generalife.
- New Square.
- Catholic Kings Street.
- Plaza de Isabel la Católica.
- Corral del Carbón.
- Around Cathedral.
- Mirador de San Nicolás.
- Drinking to finish the visit.
Pick up place Flamenco Show:
- 21:30 - Plaza de Mariana Pineda junto a tienda Rosa Clará.
- 21:50 - Hotel Condor, Avenida Constitución 6.
Pay a visit to the palatial complexes of the Alhambra and Generalife, designated an official World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1984, leaving no stone unturned.
First you’ll explore the Alcazaba and the Nasrid Palaces Complete, a defensive zone, with its ancient military district and towers, from which you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views across the city.
You’ll then move on to the Nasrid palaces. The Palace of Justice or Mexuar, the political or official residence, including the Patio de los Arrayanes and the Throne Room and finally, the private residence or Harem (Courtyard of the Lions). There will also be a chance to see the Christian buildings of the monumental complex, the Palace of Charles V, the Church of Santa María de la Alhambra and the Parador de San Francisco museum-hotel, a former convent of the Franciscan Order.
Our tour will come to a close in the Generalife gardens and the summer palace of the Nasrid sultans of Granada, with a visit to its three-levelled patios and gardens.
Having finished our visit to this monumental complex, we will then move on to the old part of the city.
This will include Plaza Nueva, Calle de Reyes Católicos, the most important shopping area, Plaza Isabel la Católica, home to the Capitulation of Granada monument between Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I of Castile for the Voyage to the New World, the Corral del Carbón, an old inn or hostel for merchants in the fourteenth century, the silk market, or Alcaicería, which surrounds the city’s cathedral and the Royal Chapel, where lies the remains of the Catholic Monarchs, as well as Joanna the Mad and Philip I, the parents of Emperor Charles V.
At the end of your tour, and included in it, we will enjoy a drink, accompanied by some of Granada’s authentic tapas dishes in one of the excellent bars dotted about the historic quarter of the city.
This package also includes a pleasant late afternoon stroll to the most famous and traditional of Granada’s neighbourhoods, Albaicín, where elements of the thirteenth century are still evident today. We will meander through its picturesque streets , to reach the well-known Mirador de San Nicolás, from where we will enjoy the most spectacular view of the illuminated Alhambra as the sun goes down.
Our tour will draw to close with a magnificent flamenco show, filled with colour, art, music and energy, in one of the caves of the mythical gypsy neighbourhood of Sacromonte. The show includes a beverage.