Granada is the last most important Nasrid kingdom of the Iberian Peninsula

Over the years, this city has been able to protect and proudly exhibit a wonderful amalgam of cultures that we can still visit today on our free tour through the centre of Granada and its two most emblematic neighbourhoods: the AlbaicĂ­n and Sacromonte.

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Free tour through Granada City Centre and AlbaicĂ­n


Free tour of the AlbaicĂ­n and Sacromonte

Free tour through Granada City Centre and AlbaicĂ­n

The free tour of Granada departs from the following meeting point: 

Plaza Nueva next to the fountain

This is the itinerary:
  • Plaza Nueva
  • Madraza
  • Cathedral
  • Royal Chapel
  • Plaza de Bib-Rambla
  • AlcaicerĂ­a (Arab bazaar)
  • Corral del CarbĂłn
  • San Gregorio
  •  AlbaicĂ­n Bajo

Every day:


Free tour of the AlbaicĂ­n and Sacromonte

The free tour of Granada departs from the following meeting point: 

Plaza Nueva next to the fountain

This is the itineray:
  •  Plaza Nueva
  •  Aljibes del AlbaicĂ­n
  • Placeta del Comino
  • San NicolĂĄs viewpoint
  • Cruz de Rauda
  •  Mario Maya
  •  Camino del Sacromonte
  • Chorrojumo
  • Paseo de los Tristes

Every day:

☀ Summer season:
From April until June and September

departure: 18:00

From July until August

departure: 19:00

❄ Winter season:
From October until March

departure: 16:00

  • Email with your booking and all the information you need about how to get there, our contact details, name of the guide, etc.
  • Guided walking tour of Granada city centre and the AlbaicĂ­n neighbourhood
  • Official city guide in English
  • Recommendations for enjoying Granada
  • Tickets to monuments
  • Transport
  • Food and beverages
  • This is not a marathon, but we are definitely going for a good walk, so we recommend you to bring comfortable footwear.
  • In the summer, the temperature in Granada is high, so it’s a good idea to bring fresh water and sun cream. A hat and a fan will also come in handy.
  • We are in Andalusia, but when it comes to punctuality, we go British. Out of respect for other participants, we ask you to arrive at the meeting point approximately 10 minutes early


This is important:

Our tours go ahead based on a minimum group size of five adults. If the number of booked places desn’t reach the minimum, then unfortunately we will have to cancel the tour. But don’t worry, we’ll always offer you an alternative option.

These free tours of Granada are designed for individual travellers or small groups. If you are 8 or more people, you should book a private tour, so that you will have an exclusive guide. Contact us and we will organise it right away.

We will be walking through the old city streets, full of narrow points and steep slopes, paved centuries ago, so this tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility or baby prams.

Granada es tierra soñada, as the song says.

And our tours will reveal the most popular and charming corners of a city that has always been privileged by history, both for Moors and for Christians.

In our free tours of Granada, we cannot miss the must-see places in the historic centre, such as the Royal Chapel, which houses the remains of the Catholic Monarchs.

Or the Madraza, the first university in Granada where the Quran was taught.

We will also have time to visit a neighbourhood that has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the AlbaicĂ­n, which in addition to spectacular views of the Alhambra of Granada /link to the tour of the Alhambra of Granada?/ contains a lot of secrets that have been hidden inside for hundreds of years…

Another symbolic district of the city is Sacromonte.
A place to stroll around among the cĂĄrmenes and aljibes, with the unparalleled backdrop of Sierra Nevada.

Moreover, this place is known worldwide for being one of the birthplaces of flamenco art, thanks to a gypsy community that has lived here since before the arrival of the Catholic Monarchs.

CerĂĄmica tĂ­pica en Granada

Come and discover Granada with our free tours!

With an official local guide

They will show you everything you mustn’t miss in Granada.

Choose the tour to Granada you like best

Get to know the city centre, the AlbaicĂ­n, Sacromonte and/or the interior of a Cave House.

Remember: you pay at the end of the tour

You choose the price, taking into account the design of the route and the work of your guide.

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Free tour through Granada City Centre and AlbaicĂ­n

Free tour of the AlbaicĂ­n and Sacromonte

Do you have any questions?

Find all the answers about these free tours in Granada here

Do these free tours of Granada include the tickets to any monuments?

No, on this tour, we will only see the monuments included in the itinerary from the outside.

Are these free tours of Granada suitable for children?

Of course! However, remember that we do not recommend that you come with a baby pram, due to the characteristics of the streets along the route.

Are the guides paid in addition to the free tour tips?

In this type of tour in Granada, the guides only receive the money collected during the visit, they do not have a separate salary. That is why it is important to value their work, within the possibilities of each person.

Can people with reduced mobility participate in these free tours?

During the visit, we will walk through the ancient streets of the city of Granada, with its many slopes and cobbled streets, so these free tours are not recommended for people with reduced mobility or pushchairs.

We are a group of more than 6 people, can we do this free tour of Granada?

For groups of 6 people or more, you must hire a private service. Contact us and we will organise it for you in no time.

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