Granada is famous world wide for its monuments, but the city has an hidden side that will surprise you. Discover it with this tour starting from the Realejo neighborhood where you can enjoy the city views from the hill of Granada. In the old Sephardic Jewish neighborhood of Granada you'll discover the causes of the near-complete disappearance of its footprint in the city and the importance of its recovery in the 21st century.
Discover one of the most universally renowned locations for graffiti art, where we will closely observe paintings by local artists that dress the walls and streets.
You will then arrive at the Alhambra Palace Hotel, where you’ll get to learn about the hotel’s history and the moment that the Alhambra became such an important monument that we all appreciate greatly today.
The tour will finally take you towards the Paseo del Salón, on the banks of the Genil River. This nineteenth-century French walk will take us to an era of great romanticism, where the bourgeois strolled by beautifully adorned carriages on a sunny afternoon.