Walk of about two hours accompanied by an official guide, an expert in history of Al-andalus. On this tour we will immerse in a magical atmosphere, full of smells, colours and sounds of the Old quarter or Alcazaba Qadima, also called Barrio Blanco or Albaicín, and discover its secrets and legends. Its is the old Medina that still retains much of its splendor and magic. We will stroll through its labyrinthine streets, stopping to contemplate its numerous churches that once were mosques, palaces and Carmenes, cisterns, its bustling markets and squares where you can purchase the genuine argan oil, oriental garments and as well as Moroccan leather goods. A cultural tour that does not appear in guidebooks, and is oriented at a traveler who seeks to live and feel, even for a few hours, the life as it was for the inhabitants of Al-Andalus
“Listen to the chatter of the doves and swallows! We’ll lounge beneath the pomegranate, palm trees, apple trees, under every lovely, leafy thing, and walk among the vines, enjoy the splendid faces we will see, in a lofty palace build of noble stones”
Salomon Ibn Gabirol
Become a flâneur for a day, and discover Granada’s ephemeral charm during a peaceful walk through its narrow, picturesque streets, plazas crowned by renaissance and baroque jewels, as well as colourful Moorish street markets. Smell the scents of jasmine, wisteria, oriental herbs or spices, and leather. Experience its unique cuisine while tasting some exquisite wine accompanied by traditional tapas, indulge yourself with a delicious pionono, and absorb the atmosphere of our beautiful city whilst sipping our finest sangría. Listen to innumerable stories, legends and poems of its Jewish, Muslim, and Christian inhabitants, and get acquainted with the art of the meticulous taracea, the exceptional orfebrería, and find out where to get a genuine lyrical Spanish guitar.