Granada: Spooky Mysteries and Legends Night Walking Tour
- Duration: 2 hours
Enjoy a night tour through the old streets of Granada with the help of an official guide. Explore the lower Albaicín neighborhood, the Paseo de Los Tristes (The Promenade of the Sad Ones), and delve into the dark past of Granada as your walk the streets and squares that were not so long ago the scene of terrible events . Discover the surprising history and unique legends of the city with your expert guide. Since ancient times, the Albaicín neighborhood has been populated by very diverse cultures that have passed through the Iberian Peninsula. Spend some scary time in the area and visit the historic center of the city. All subjects dealt with are deeply studied and many of them are documented. Hear material of authentic psychophonies and vocal communication with the dead or with spirits.
Explore the streets of Granada with a local guide and discover the beautiful sights of the historic city center and Albaicin area. Visit the best viewpoint for panoramic views of the city and the iconic Alhambra. Learn about the city's history and hear interesting local legends as you wander the cobbled streets and take in its incredible diverse architecture. Visit the main sights of the city center such as the Bib Rambla Square, and the streets of the Alcaiceria, the old silk market. See the magnificent architecture of the Cathedral, one of the most important buildings of the Spanish Renaissance. Walk around the city's medieval past in the Albaicin neighborhood, the old Arab quarter of Granada, and see Paseo de los Tristes, Placeta de la Victoria, Carvajales viewpoint. The neighborhood was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984 due to its particular character. Visit the viewpoint Mir...
Your experience begins as you meet your guide by the water fountain in the center of Bib Rambla Square. From there, start your half-day getting to know Granada thoroughly. Your experience sees you traveling through the 4 most important historical neighborhoods of the town center, Realejo, Albaicín, and Sacromonte. As you travel, get to know the 4 cultures that have shaped Granada throughout the centuries as you learn how Christians, Muslims, Jews, and gypsies all played role. All of this is conducted in a small group, encouraging personal contact and cohabitation with the environment. On top of your sightseeing, enjoy a break which includes tea, Arabic sweets, and awesome views of the Alhambra. Your tour avoids walking through traffic-filled streets, and focuses on streets which contain public fountains and water basins.
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The route with Sumaya was better than good. We learned millions of curiosities and we had a great time. One hundred percent recommendable to have a good afternoon enjoying Granada. A 10.