Visit two of the most historically significant neighborhoods of Granada and discover the soul of the city thanks to the help of the guide. Start your guided tour in the Plaza Bib-Rambla and enter the Jewish neighborhood of Realejo. See notable local landmarks such as Corral del Carbon, Casa de los Tiros, and the Royal Quarters of Santo Domingo. Learn about the Jewish influence on the development of the city throughout the centuries.
Continue through the Christian neighborhood and discover the Cathedral of Granada, completed in 1561. See the Royal Chapel of Granada, the burial site of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella I of Castile, and Ferdinand II of Aragon. Learn more about their marriage, and the resulting de-facto unification of Spain. Next visit the first university of the city, the Madrasah of Granada. Founded in 1349 by the ruling sultan, Yusuf I, the building today remains part of the modern University of Granada.