Discover and explore Generalife Gardens and the Nasrid Palaces on a 3-hour guided tour with an official guide and a walking guided tour of Granada…
Day Trips to Granada from Malaga
Visit the city of Granada on a day trip from Malaga. See the Alhambra: one of the most important, beautiful and historical sites in Europe.
Enjoy this full-day excursion from the Malaga ports through the beautiful Andalusian countryside to the stunning city of Granada, and explore the…
Explore one of the most popular monuments in Spain and Islamic civilization on this six-hour private tour with a skip-the-line ticket. Join an…
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The bus picked us up in Malaga. After a small breakfast we started the walking (a bit later then expected, because of the the long queues). Once you enter the route, you walk on our own, no guide. You already got some info in the bus and it’s very relaxing to be able to walk at your own pace. The bus trip back was quick (maybe because of the nap :) ) and we arrived back in Malaga by 14:45
I love trips to the nature, but this was something more. The views thruog the path ar astonishing. The remains of the old path are telling the story of danger and strong will to build something. You can feal this danger on every step of your walk. I loved it an wish to return once more with the option to visit the lake.
We sort of expected a local guide during the walk in the park, which unfortunately wasn't present. Still the tour guide took us past an unusual route before we entered the park, which was fun. Furthermore, he (probably) told most of the stuff in the bus but it's harder to concentrate without visuals.
Views were fantastic, nice easy walk, just a lot of waiting around (to get the group ready, to get in, to wait for tours in front of us, even to take the bus back) still worth it tho. Suppose to be a 3 hours tour, we left at 10 and didn’t make it back to the starting point until 3pm
Well worth the visit, including the long drive. Spain is making efforts at better mobility access, but there are financial, architectural, and historic constraints. Staff is very courteous, even with security concerns.