Guests’ Book 2008

January 2008

“I throroughly enjoyed this walk. The guide was very knowledgeable (English, then Spanish explanation of each point on the tour) with lots of interesting facts about the city and places we were visiting. We got to see lots of “off the Beaten track´s places” that I probably would have missed otherwise. There was a lot to see, but it didn´t feel rushed. Stopping for a while at each place we were given a fascinating insight into the Christian history and architecture of Granada. We set of to the area of Albaicin, to learn about the muslim influence on the cities development, with a change in architecture, and narrow winding streets. After viewing the Alhambra from a viewpoint, we visited the old arabic baths and Carrera del Darro which is one of the most picturesque streets in Granada, with its stone bridges, and many churches, convents, palaces and a small museum. Our tour ended about 13:00 hrs in Plaza Nueva, just as it started to rain! The guide told me that there were plans to introduce another tour. I thought it was great value for money, and I hope to go on the new tour when I next visit Granada. Thoroughly Recommended!!! Especially if you´re only in Granada for a short visit” Suvanki

October 2008

“There is a walking tour of the city that takes place daily and only costs 12 Euro. It is sponsored by Cicerone. It´s very informal. A guide shows up. He gave a fabulous tour through tiny alleys and into original marketplaces…places we would have never gone on our own. He even took us into the Albaycin an area of the city to a turkish bath” Abubnic

December 2008

“And there´s also a walking tour of the city run by Cicerone that meets really close by that´s inexpensive and well-worth it” Rwchicago