Tourism in Granada The city of Granada is full of magical stories where the Alhambra, the Generalife, the Albaicín, the Flamenco, the Sacromonte are protagonists. Immerse yourself in our city and savor Granada, taste the art of its streets, savoring their tapas, their Flamenco; let yourself be wrapped by the magic that our city hides. Here you will find a few monuments that will make your stay a great moment. If you need more tourist information we would be delighted to help you, contact us,

What to do in Granada

Flamenco - Tapas - Visits ...

Granada is internationally known for its prestigious palace The Alhambra, which attracts 2 milion tourists every year. It is the most visited monuments of Spain.

But our thousand-old city has much more historical, cultural, artistic wealth than just the Alhambra.

What about its oldest neighbourhoods, so typical, characteristical and full of magic?; And what about all the characters, the noble merchants, the beautiful damas and their legends about love, betrayal and jealousy?; What about the façade of these Renaissance palaces with their nice filigree ornaments, those Mudejar churches, the design and colours of their coffered ceilings?; Isn’t all this also part of the extraordinary patrimonial herency of our city? Of course it is and we make ourselves available to show this to you and help you discover the essence of our neighbourhood.

The Albayzin in Granada is famous for being recognised as World Heritage by UNESCO. A maze of cobbled-stone streets, uphill, down hill, some of them with no way out but which will guide you to beautiful carmenes with wonderful gardens and traditional Muslim courtyards and fountains; Ancient historical remains and ruins. A place which was the centre where first human civilisations lived, first Phoenician people, then Greeks, Cartagean people, Romans, Visigoths and Arabs until our final major invasion and conquest with the arrival of the Christians. All this cultural diverisity gives the Albayzin its historical and cultural wealth, which is still visible today.

Few are the words that I used to describe this barrio of Granada. I believe an image is worth a thousand words. For this reason I encourage you to come and visit the Albayzin with us and find out about the magic and the charm of our city on a nice walk.

Nieves Montero Orihuela, Granada a Pie

What to do in Granada

Flamenco – Tapas – Visits …

General: 13€
Jardines de Generalife: 7€
General Night: 8€
Night Jardines de Generalife: 5€
Young student card: 9€
People over 65 years old: 9€
Children under 11: free
Children between 12-15 years old: 8€
People with disabilities (33%): 8€

Opening Times:
Closed: 25th December and 1st January
From 15th October to 14th March:
Day Mon to Fri 8:30-18:00
Night Fri and Sat 20:00-21:30
From 15th March to 14th October:
Day Mon to Sun 8:30-20:00
Night Tues to Sat 22:00-23:30

Museum of the Alhambra: 8:30-18:00 (Wednesday-Saturday) y 8:30-14:30 (Sunday and Tuesday)

How to get a ticket: or in the Alhambra ticket office on the same day
Booking in advance: 902 888 001
+34 934 923 750 (from abroad)
Tel: 958 22 09 12
How to get there: bus 30 from Gran vía 5, by the cathedral.

From The Abbey, there is a lovely view of Granada and the Alhambra (especially at sunset). The visit is interesting. Their museum includes a few master pieces, books, etc.

Price of the visit: 4€
Guided tour
From Tues to Sat 10:00-13:00/16:00-18:00
Sundays and national bank holidays 11:00-13:00/16:00-18:00
Closed on Mondays
Camino del Sacromonte s/n. Tel: 958 22 14 44/45
How to get there: bus 35 from Plaza Nueva or Gran vía.

BAÑUELO Baños Árabes
Free entrance
From Tues to Sat 10:00-14:00/16:00-20:00
Mondays, Sundays and banks holidays
Carrera del Darro 31. Tel: 958 027800

Price of the visit: 4€, free for kids under 10.
Autumn-Winter Opening Times:
Mon to Sat 10:15-13:30/15:30-18:30
Sundays and bank holidays 11:00-13:30/15:30-18:00
Spring-Summer Opening Times:
Mon to Sat 10:15-13:30/16:00-19:00
Sundays and Bank holidays 11:00-13:30/16:00-19:30
Calle Oficios s/n. Tel: 958 22 92 39

Free entrance
From Mon to Sun 10:00 – 20:00 (summer)/ 10:00 – 18:00 (winter)
How to get there: bus 30 from gran vía.
Paseo de los mártires s/n. Tel: 958 22 79 53

Price to get in 4€, free for childern under 11.
Summer Opening Times:
From Mon to Sat 10:45-13:15/16:00-19:45
Winter Opening Times:
From Mon to Sat 10:45-13:15/16:-18:45
Closed on Sundays and on liturgical bank holidays in the morning.
Entrance from Gran vía 5. Tel: 958 22 29 59

Former famous mosque of the Albayzin.
It still preserved its original patio from the eleventh century
Price of the visit: 0.75 euros
Opening Times:
From Mon to Sat 10:00-13:00/16:30-18:30
How to get there: bus 31 from Plaza Nueva or Gran Vía.
Plaza del Salvador, s/n (Albaycín).Tel: 958 27 86 44

Antigua alhóndiga musulmana de mercaderes S.XII.
Free entrance
From Mon to Sat 10:00-14:00/18:00-20:00
Closed on Sundays and bank holidays
Calle Mariana Pineda, 12. Tel:958575126

General: 6.50€ (planetarium: 2.50 euros)
Discounts: 5,50€ (planetarium: 2 euros)
School students: 5€ (planetarium: 2€)
From Tues to Sat and on Mondays before bank holidays 10:00-19:00
Sundays and bank holidays 10:00-15:00
Closed on New year’s Day, on Christmas Day and from 15 to 30 of September
Free entrance on 28th of February, Day of Andalucía.
Avenida de la Ciencia s/n. Tel: 958 13 19 00
How to get there: bus 5 from avenida constitución or bus 1 from gran vía.

Entrance 4€
Opening Times:
Winter (November to February)10:00 – 14:00; 16:00 – 19:00
Summer (March to October)10:00 – 14:00; 16:00 – 21:00
Barranco de los Negros, Barrio Sacromonte. Tel: 958 21 51 20
How to get there: bus 35 from Plaza Nueva or Gran vía.

Price of the entrance:
Adults: 3€
Students, children and pensioners: 1€
Free on Wednesdays.
Guided tours every half hour
Opening Times:
From Tues to Sun
Closed on Mondays
From January to December: 9:15-14:15/16:00-19:00
April, May, 1-14 June and 16-30 September: 9:15-14:15/17:00-20:00
From 15 June to 15 September: 9:15-14:15
Parque de García Lorca, C/Arabial s/n. Tel:958258466