Granada is a city with a rich history and culture, and the best way to explore it is with a guided tour. From the Cathedral of the Incarnation and the Royal Chapel to the Arab baths and the Alhambra, there are plenty of attractions to discover. Visitors can also explore neighborhoods off the beaten path, try local staples, and visit a restaurant that has been popular for over 100 years. At night, guests can take a 2-hour tour of the fortress, Sultan's quarters, and gardens.
For those with limited time, there are guided group tours of the Alhambra and Nasrid palaces that include audio guides in multiple languages. The Puerta de las Orejas is conveniently close to other attractions such as the Arabian Alcaiceria Market, where visitors can find beautiful silks and rare spices. Other highlights include Plaza Nueva, Paseo de los Tristes, Albaicín neighborhood, Royal Chapel of Granada, Madrassa de Granada, and Islamic University. The tour also includes elements of history and culture that reflect Moorish, Roman, and Berber influences.
Guests will have priority access to tickets so they won't have to wait in long lines during peak hours. Granada is also known for its vibrant cuisine and nightlife. Visitors can learn about the region's perfume-making tradition, visit a museum dedicated to perfume and cologne, and create their own personal blend. From locally produced cheeses and wines to canned fruits and some of the best hams on the continent, Granada has something for everyone.
Booking a guided tour is the best way to discover Granada's incredible historical attractions and varied cultures. With an experienced local guide leading the way, visitors can explore opulent palaces, impressive forts, idyllic gardens, and revered religious sites. Tours are limited in size to ensure that everyone enjoys a personalized experience.