GUIDED WALKING TOURS
There are a number of companies which offer organised walking tours of Granada and you can reserve these using the links below.
Alternatively, you can explore Granada on your own using the WALKING ROUTE links below as a guide.
This is the most comprehensive guided walking tour of Granada and it explores the most emblematic parts of the city (the area of the Cathedral, Royal Chapel, Merchant's Hall, the Madraza, the Royal Chancery, Gran Vía and Carrera del Darro). An official guide will tell you about how the city has changed over the centuries and the importance of the change from Islam to Christianity. The tour provides a great introduction to Granada and a fascinating overview of its art, architecture, history and culture. The walk is suitable for everyone. In English and Spanish. Time: 10:30
A guided tour of the Royal Chapel (where the Catholic Monarchs are buried) and the Cathedral (the first Renaissance cathedral in Spain), looking at the architectural differences between Gothic and Renaissance styles, the politics and ideology behind the symbols, and the changing mentality of a recently converted Christian city. It also explains the reasons for building the Cathedral and Royal Chapel here. In English and Spanish. Time: 16:00
This guided tour covers the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel, the Alcaicería (Silk Market), Madraza (Koran School) and the High Court as well as the Corral de Carbón, Calle Calderería and Plaza Nueva. In English and Spanish.
This guided tour covers the World Heritage Sites of the Albaicín with its narrow streets and Alhambra views and the Sacromonte with its caves and flamenco. The tour includes a free drink and tapa. In English and Spanish.