An exclusive private tour in which you stroll through the streets most loved by locals, once walked by Federico García Lorca from Granada’s city center to his summer residence, La Huerta de San Vicente.
A professional tour guide will take you on this adventure, attending to every detail and the aspects of greatest interest to you.
Here is what you should know about the guided tour
For groups over 10 participants, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We can adapt the visit to people with impaired mobility, upon request.
Tour languagesEnglish, Spanish, French and German.
2 hours approximately
Where and when
Plaza de las Pasiegas. Main facade of Granada Cathedral. Central arch.
10:00 a.m. and 13:00 p.m.
Plaza de las Pasiegas, Plaza Bib-Rambla, Calle Mesones, Calle Moral de la Magdalena, Calle Águila 19, Plaza de Gracia, Fachada Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Gracia, Public park of Federico García Lorca, Museum-house Huerta de San Vicente.
Entrance fee of Museum-House of Huerta de San Vicente
Covid19 safety measures
Customer will have a total refund if cancellation is requested 24 hours before the tour or earlier.
No refund will be applicable if customer requests cancellation later or if there is a no show.
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Imagine yourself in the vicinity of twentieth-century Granada, enclaves which still today form part of the city’s nerve center, though they were once surrounded by countryside. On this tour, we invite you to discover the most important corners of the city, from the Magdalena neighborhood to the summer residence used by Lorca and his family.
At La Huerta de San Vicente, we enter the small paradise where the poet spent many a hot Granada summer to enjoy the company of his family and the fresh fruit trees. This is the place where he took refuge from the world and wrote during the final years of his life, and was perhaps the most important reason behind his return to Granada at the last moment.
Discover where the city began to merge with the Granada Meadow and the reasons that gradually caused the roads and irrigation ditches to give way to asphalt, as well as the way Lorca lived and was inspired by the most interesting facets of Granada in his literary work.
Among other places, we visit the site of Mariana Pineda’s last home, one century before the poet’s birth, in the Plaza de Gracia, a social meeting point in twentieth-century Granada, and the house museum of La Huerta de San Vicente.
We use the best guides, experts on the city’s history, and true lovers of their trade, who accompany you on this walk through the streets that Lorca loved, but where he also suffered. We follow his footsteps from the center of Granada to the family home. Places that formed part of his life and held great meaning for him, leaving behind some of the unforgettable memories engraved in his soul.