El Realejo is the old Jewish quarter of Granada, or Garnata al-Yahud (Granada of the Jews), as it was called in Muslim times. It is located right at the foot of the Alhambra, and without a doubt, the Sephardic heritage can be seen in its streets and corners, as well as in the statue of the Jewish scholar Yehuda Ibn Tibbon, who presides over the entrance to the neighborhood from Pavaneras Street.
Today, it is a very pleasant and quiet neighborhood, which invites you to stroll and discover its secrets, such as the Corrala de Santiago, a typical house of neighbors from the 16th century, or the Puerta del Sol square, a beautiful viewpoint that It preserves its old laundry room, as well as lounging or enjoying the typical flavors of Granada on the terraces of Campo del Príncipe, a large square in the center of the neighborhood with a relaxed and popular atmosphere.
Spanish and English (occasionally, the guided tour may be bilingual).
In front of the Plaza Isabel La Católica fountain 10 minutes before the start.