Granada contains gorgeous architectural and artistic monuments left behind by the Roman, Moorish and Catholic civilizations that inhabited the city throughout the centuries.
Join us in this voyage back in time 500 years when the city was the seat of the Moorish kingdom of Granada, and let your imagination fly in the Alcaiceria market, Granada’s Big Bazaar, and the Moorish teahouses and shops.
Granada was also a prominent city during the Renaissance period and witness of the affluence of the kingdom of Spain. One of the legacies of that wealth is the Gothic Cathedral containing the Royal Chapel with the tomb of Ferdinand and Isabella and a display of heraldic decoration.
We have prepared a very special private tour to Granada’s main landmarks but also to more hidden treasures only for your delight.
A stroll through history, arts and culture
Many important events took place in the city that shaped Spanish history, architecture and arts, and we look forward to sharing it all with you.
Open your senses and let yourself soak in an enriching experience through a truly unique city.
Enjoy the spectacular views of the Alhambra and the surrounding mountains and taste a delicious tapa and a drink at one of our favorite bars.
Forget about everything else and let yourself fall under Granada’s spell.
A richer experience
Our private tour to Granada city will allow you to learn facts, stories, details and everything you want to know from an experienced and passionate guide.
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
- Granada played a key role in Spanish history, and its mix of Moorish and Catholic culture is truly unique in Europe.
- 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.
Façades of the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, Madrasa, Alcaiceria (old Bazaar), Monument of Queen Isabella and Christopher Columbus, Albaicin, the old Arab quarter, Street of Teahouses and Moorish shops, Viewpoint Alhambra, Carrera del Darro, Plaza Nueva.
Around 2 hours
What is included
• Private guide
• Tapa with a drink
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.
To cancel your booking please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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We can adapt this private tour to travelers with reduced mobility. Please contact us at email@example.com, also for groups larger than 10 travelers. Or call us at +34-607691676 / +34-958561810
Price varies by group size
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