See Granada in all its beauty and visit its most emblematic monument, the Alhambra a UNESCO World Heritage Sites This monumental complex includes the Generalife, the summer residence of the sultans, the Nasrid Palaces and the Alcazaba, the oldest part of the Alhambra.
Then you will be led to the heart of the city passing by the Gate of Justice, the largest and most impressive gate and one of the most significant symbolic icons of the Alhambra. Once in the city, you will visit Plaza Nueva, the old square of the lumberjacks, while taking a glimpse of the Royal Chancellery. You will also enjoy the exteriors of Santa Ana, a church built over the ancient Almanzora mosque, which houses an exquisite Mudejar roof.
Finally, you will explore the historic district of Albaicin, while walking through their teahouses, and visiting the exteriors of the Royal Chapel and Cathedral of the Incarnation, to end up tasting a good refreshment with one of the most famous tapas of this city.