Granada is a beautiful city with a rich cultural heritage and plenty of activities to explore. But before you embark on your journey, it's important to know what safety measures are in place. Whenever possible, a distance of 1.5 meters will be maintained between each customer. The use of masks is mandatory for both our guides and customers.
Granada is a very safe place and so is the Albaicín, but it's still important to be alert when traveling and not be too conspicuous. Fortunately, there are no known natural disasters in Granada, or in Spain in general, so you can relax when it comes to nature while you're here. You can take the Granada tram-metro from the city center (Recodas) to the Cerrillo de Maracena stop. Granada is very safe for tourists and the statistics also back this up, since the crime rate is very low compared to other cities of similar size in the world.
Pickpocketing is a problem in Granada, but it shouldn't be a problem if you take precautionary measures, such as keeping your valuables in a safe place, not carrying all your money in the same place and not carrying anything of value in an easily accessible part of your outfit. Granada is definitely worth a visit, but don't let your guard down at the markets and outdoor book stalls in the center. They're out there and they're very fast, so keep your wallets in the zipped pockets and not in the back. Transportation in Granada is very safe and reliable, although taxi drivers may try to overcharge their services or demand a tip.
Robberies or kidnappings are not common in Granada, but it is still advisable to avoid poorly lit and deserted areas and not to accept drinks from strangers, although it is not common for drinks to be raised either. In part thanks to the University and partly to its cultural heritage, Granada can offer you a large number of museums, activities and cultural options. To make sure you stay safe while exploring all that Granada has to offer, here are some tips: maintain social distancing whenever possible; wear a mask; keep your valuables secure; don't accept drinks from strangers; avoid poorly lit areas; and don't let your guard down at markets or outdoor book stalls.Granada is an amazing city with plenty of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. By following these safety measures, you can ensure that your trip will be enjoyable and worry-free.