Albaicín & Sacromonte
The 2 most representative districts of Granada in the same tour
A tour that combines the two most characteristic neighborhoods of Granada: The Muslim Quarter and the Gypsy Quarter. Both located in hills with amazing views one next to the other, and facing the always breathtaking Alhambra. Both neighborhoods are full of history and beauty … and also of slopes!
|Amount of people||Price per group|
|1 to 2 people||120 €|
|3 to 5 people||140 €|
|6 to 10 people||160 €|
|11 to 20 people||185 €|
|21 to 30 people||205 €|
*Prices with VAT included
**Free for children under 12 years old
Check out the calendar on the right and select the day and time that suits you best.
Remember, if you have any questions before hiring the private tour or if the day you wish to make the tour is not available, you can contact us at any time through [email protected].
And if you want a more specific tour, with the entrance to a monument of your interest or the language of your preference, you can make the request through our Customized Tours page.
Albaicín and Sacromonte Private Tour does not include any Flamenco show during the tour.
In case you are interested in booking it, you can easily do it from our website.
What they say about us:
I highly recommend the Sacromonte and Albaicin tours! We had the pleasure of Alberto and Nacho showing us the best views of the city, with historic explanations. Both guides were fantastic and had a great sense of humour! I recommend for you to have good walking shoes and a bottle of water water as it is quite a steep climb but absolutely worth it! These tours are a must if you’re in the city!
Tour del sacromonte
Fantastic tour of Albaicín and Sacromonte made by Nacho. He explained culture and political history in a very insightful and very interesting way. We learned a lot and enjoyed it a lot, so we booked the only excursion to the Albaicín for the following night. Tonight’s tour was led by Alberto, who was very informative and a lot of fun.
We would definitely recommend these excursions to anyone visiting Granada.
Gaynor and Mark