Private tour Albaicin and Sacromonte at sunset, with flamenco show
It is said that there are no sunsets more magical than those of Granada and, for many, the Albaicín is the most beautiful place in Spain…
Everything is possible in Granada, a city that spreads joy and art in every corner.
From 66€ pp
This private tour is a perfect complement to the visit of the Alhambra, as it allows us to see how the Arabic and Christian culture intermingle in the city and how beautiful Granada is from the other side.
We will begin our walk through the Albaicin (also called Albayzin, from the Arabic word “al-bayyāzīn”), which is undoubtedly the most charming and beautiful neighborhood in the entire city.
A multitude of civilizations have inhabited this neighborhood since ancient times: First were the Iberians, followed by Romans, Visigoths and Arabs who inhabited the neighborhood until the arrival of the Christians after the conquest of the city in 1492.
Walking with our private guide through its labyrinthine streets and discovering its cisterns, Cármenes and ancient mosques that are today Mudejar churches and we will understand why it was declared a World Heritage Site in 1994 by UNESCO, 10 years after the Alhambra.
Then we will walk towards the Sacromonte quarter, a neighborhood that once had a great religious meaning for the city (hence its name) with more than 1.200 crosses. Today it is known worldwide for its flamenco caves, which are the essence of gypsy life and Granada’s zambra, flamenco and “cante jondo”.
This will in fact be the finishing touch for your experience: You will enjoy a live flamenco show! The original “Zambra” of Granada, performed by dancers, singers and guitar players. A great experience that also includes a drink and transport back to your hotel in Granada city-centre.
History, folklore, religion, landscape, spectacle … these are great ingredients to turn this tour into a magnificent experience that you should not miss!Read less
We will reconfirm the start time so that our arrival at the San Nicolás viewpoint always coincides with the sunset and that you can take the best pictures.
3 hours and 30 minutes
Meeting at your centrally located hotel in Granada
● Local expert guide, in private
● Pick up on foot at your hotel
● Transfer back to the hotel by minibus
● Flamenco show
● 1 drink
● Transfer from your hotel
Declared a World Heritage Site in 1994, it was the origin of the current city of Granada
Duration: 1 hour
A picturesque and idyllic place known for its flamenco caves
Duration: 1 hour
● Flamenco Show
A zambra in one of the best caves in the neighborhood
Duration: 1h and 30 minutes
Expert local guide
Cancellation or modification requests must be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org so that there is a written record of the date and time of the request.
– Cancellation more than 72 hours in advance of the activity: No fees. The total amount paid will be returned to the client.
– Cancellation less than 72 hours before the activity or no-show: 100% expenses. The amount paid will not be returned to the client.