Private Tour to Albaicin and Sacromonte
One cannot leave Granada without losing the sense of time strolling around these two charming quarters that have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Albaicin, the old Arab quarter, and Sacromonte where Jewish, Moorish, Christians and later on Gypsies lived for centuries.
Albaicin is a maze of narrow cobbled streets, white houses and hidden hammams that have witnessed the passing of time through centuries. Many important historical events happened here, which combined with interesting stories from its inhabitants will have your imagination travelling back in time.
Sacromonte is next to Albaicin and englobes a group of caves that served as homes for painters and Gypsies. They are very unique and have been attracting travelers and artists for centuries. Whitewashed and decorated with shiny copper pots, many of them are now Flamenco tablaos, where time after time travelers fall under the spell of the dancers and singers of this ancient and intense artistic expression.
Savor the typical tapa of Granada
Granada’s bars are an important part of our culture. They are warm and happy places where locals mingle with travelers to savor tapas and discuss the events of the day.
Our private tour to Albaicin and Sacromonte will be crowned with a delicious tapa and a drink at one of our favorite bars, where we can continue exchanging our impressions of the city. The perfect grand finale to a wonderful stroll.
Take precious memories back home
Our private tour to Albaicin and Sacromonte will allow you to learn facts, hear stories and uncover everything you want to know, all from our experienced and passionate guides.
A private tour means you will discover these unique parts of the city at your own pace, guided by an expert host, taste delicious food and learn about our culture and history in an engaging way.
Book a private tour with Cicerone and let us organize everything for you. We love to get to know you before you come to Granada, so we can design a private tour around your interests and those of your travel companions.
Why you will love this private tour
Albaicin and Sacromonte are truly unique places from where you will also have the most impressive views of the Alhambra and the mountains surrounding the city
Our experienced and passionate guides will turn your visit into a wonderful experience to remember for years to come.
Exquisite one-to-one assistance from start to finish.
You will be contributing to sustainable tourism. Reduced groups allow locals to enjoy their hometown without disruption, and our use of public transport helps to preserve the environment. Note: Public transport in Granada is modern, safe, reliable and clean.
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Plaza de las Pasiegas. Main Facade of the Granada Cathedral. Central Arch.
San Nicolás viewpoint, Moorish Albaicin, gypsy Sacromonte, caves quarter, Carrera del Darro, Plaza Nueva
Around 2 hours
What is included
• Private guide
• Public transport tickets
You will receive a total refund if you cancel your booking up to 24 hours before the start of the tour. No refund will be applicable if the cancellation is requested later or if there is a no show.
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We can adapt this private tour to travelers with reduced mobility. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, also for groups larger than 10 travelers. Or call us at +34-607691676 / +34-958561810
Price varies by group size
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