The Albaicín and the Sacromonte, both declared World Heritage Sites by Unesco, are two of the most unique, picturesque and charming neighborhoods with the most history in the city of Granada.
2 hours approximately
We will enjoy impressive views of the Alhambra and Granada.If you want to know this authentic Arab quarter of Granada walking at your own pace with the help of an expert local guide, but away from the big tourist groups, you have the opportunity to explore a neighborhood It will fascinate you, where you can enjoy the best panoramic photographs of the Alhambra.
El Albayzín, the Arab neighborhood of Granada. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994. It is the oldest and most picturesque neighborhood in Granada. It was the origin of the city, the residence of the «Ziríes» kings and a refuge for the Moors. Without a doubt, El Albayzín is a different world. In the San Nicolás viewpoint, you can contemplate the most beautiful sunset in the world (Bill Clinton). We will walk through its most important streets, squares and viewpoints, transporting through the nostalgia of an era, to discover and experience the lifestyle that still persists today. El Sacromonte, the most exotic and special neighborhood in Granada, where the Moors settled Persecuted from the new Christian center and some new settlers, gypsies and soldiers who accompanied the troops of the Catholic Monarchs when they conquered the city, world famous for their cave dwellings, narrow streets and sidewalks, their magnificent views, as well as for being considerate The cradle of flamenco that dates back to the 16th century, it was very popular in the shows of the 50s and 60s of the 20th century. Its famous zambra is known worldwide, inspired by the nuptial rituals of the Moors of the city in the gypsy atmosphere of the caves of the Sacromonte invites you to enjoy a flamenco night out of classicism.
Plaza Nueva -albaycin -Sacromonte-
Plaza Nueva -In front Hotel Macia