The Albayzin and Sacromonte quarters are both World Heritage sites. Two of the most charming and colourfull areas in town with lots of history.
The play of light and shadow in the evenings of Granada is a spectacle that deserves to be seen from the best vantage point, and in the best possible company.
This is the only guided tour that shows you in a reduced group the evenings of Granada from the Albayzin, a World Heritage Site, and the Sacromonte, the gypsy neighbourhood of Granada, two areas whose cobbled streets are bursting with life.
Thanks to a local guide who is an expert on its heritage, the maze of streets in the Albayzin district will unfold their mysteries. The Moorish origins of the area will become clearly visible. The other part of the visit takes us to the Sacromonte area. The gypsies who accompanied the armies of the Catholic Kings settled here after conquering the city, and their spirit and traditions continue to inhabit the zambras dancing and singing that they still perform in their living caves in the district.
The tour will start at the end of the afternoon. The group will have the opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the Alhambra at several points during the evening.
The visit will end in a local tavern, where the group will have a drink accompanied by a tapa, a traditional Granada custom.
- 2.30 hours approximately
CICERONE Customer Center-Shop. Calle San Jerónimo 10
- April May, August, September and October: 19:30 h.
- June and July: 20:30 h.
- November, December, January, February and March: 18:00 h.
- Adults 39 euros*
- Children 6- 14: 10 €
- Children under 6: Free
*Chek special offers and reduced prices in our booking calendar.
- Minimun Booking: 2 people
- Meeting point: CICERONE Customer Center-Shop. Calle San Jerónimo 10; firstname.lastname@example.org / (+34) 958 561 810 (+34) 607 691 676
- Comfortable shoes are recommended
- Semi-private tour of max. 12 people
If you come with your family or group of friends, check our special prices for visits in groups under 10 persons.
- Transportation in city-bus
- Official guide
- Drink & Tapa