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Granada: Walking Food Tour

1. Granada: Walking Food Tour

Discover the cheeses, wines, and typical dishes of Granada on a 3.5-hour walking tour. Try the pionono, a dessert created for the visit of Pope Pius in 1854. Hear about Sephardic, Berber, Nasrid, and even Roman influences on Granada’s cuisine. Learn how ham is cured in the Alpujarra mountain villages, and dried by fresh Sierra Nevada air. Taste three different hams, including two from Granada and one for another part of Andalusia. Taste local cheeses and chocolate made in the Alpujarra at Granada Passion. Enjoy delicious tapas from Granada and meet the locals. Sample local recipes at the Chikito restaurant, where local artists, writers, and poets met the early 1900s.

Granada: Tapas Tasting Guided Tour

2. Granada: Tapas Tasting Guided Tour

Indulge your senses on a guided tapas tour of Granada and sample some of the best food and wines from Spain on an itinerary designed especially for foodies. Visit 3 carefully selected restaurants in the city center and learn why the venues are important to the locals for their food from the Mediterranean. Get an insight into the origins of the tapas and the recipes of all the dishes you taste. Learn more about the different local wines and more.

Granada: Flamenco La Soleá Show Ticket with Drink

3. Granada: Flamenco La Soleá Show Ticket with Drink

Immerse yourself in authentic Andalusian culture with a night of traditional flamenco with this ticket for the "Zambra, La Raíz" show in Granada. Sip on a tasty wine, beer, or soft drink with the show. Have the option to choose a ticket option that incudes a Soleá or tapas dinner menu. Step into the world of flamenco and take a seat to witness one of the liveliest flamenco shows on the current scene. Hear skilled performers sing and play their hearts out. Watch intense dancers work up a sweat at they move with equal measures of passion and grace. Pick the tapas menu to add a gastronomic journey to your experience. Share starters of a slice of Spanish omelets, soaked beans from Granada, broad beans with ham from Trevélez, and chicken and ham croquettes. Savor a main course of either salmon au gratin with roast baby potatoes, or sirloin steak with Mozarabic sauce. Finish your meal off with an indulgent triple chocolate cake. Delight your senses with something from the sea when you choose the Soleá menu. Start with a prawn salad and a first course of cod with saffron Villeroy sauce and seasonal vegetables. Move on to a second course of grilled Iberian fan with chestnut sauce reduction and carrot Parmentier. End on a sweet note of turrón (similar to nougat) ice cream with caramel and toffee.

Granada: Flamenco Show at Templo del Flamenco with Drink

4. Granada: Flamenco Show at Templo del Flamenco with Drink

Immerse yourself in the culture of Granada with an authentic flamenco performance in a cave restaurant. Step into the famous Templo del Flamenco, a staple of the hilly Albaicin neighborhood, for a night of live music and dancing. Enjoy a complimentary drink as you take in the show. Set amongst the scenic hills of Granada and deep in the Albaicin area, the Templo del Flamenco is truly a location to delight your eyes. Book your show ticket to visit one of the district's most iconic venues, offering nightly performances by the Reina Sofía Flamenco School. Discover the beauty of Spanish flamenco as you watch a team of singers and dancers perform a traditional show while accompanied by a guitarist and percussionist. Depending on the ticket option you choose, you can also taste some authentic Mediterranean dishes or sip on a drink.

Granada: Tapas Crawl

5. Granada: Tapas Crawl

Immerse yourself in the world of Andalucian tapas with a tour of the most authentic and emblematic tapas bars in Granada. Eat and live like the locals do as you travel around various tapas bars for a unique gastronomical experience. After meeting your guide, head out on your journey of discovery of Granada's historical local bars and hidden bodegas. Visit 5 different tapas bars and sample delicious local specialities. Learn more about how the city’s rich history and culture have influenced its cuisine, all while connecting with other foodies with the expert help of your guide, who will share the city’s culture with you through its gastronomy. *Experience not adapted for strict vegetarians/vegans.

Granada Albaicín: 2.5-Hour Tapas & Drinks Walking Tour

6. Granada Albaicín: 2.5-Hour Tapas & Drinks Walking Tour

Discover one of the most charming and historical quarters in Granada on a walking tour of the Albaicín. The quarter is characterized not only by its Moorish architecture and monuments, but also by its tastes and smells, as you’ll soon find out on this tapas tour. Take in the dream-like atmosphere of the Albaicin on a 2.5-hour guided walk. Admire stunning views of the Alhambra, the city of Granada, and the Sierra Nevada. Hear legends about the quarter and visit hidden alleyways in the neighborhood. Indulge in the traditional cuisine of Granada, combining Andalusian flavors with the latest culinary trends. Enjoy a wine tasting at the I love Granada shop, as well as 3 tapas and 3 drinks. This tour is a delight for all of the senses!

Granada: Federico García Lorca Life and Death Private Tour

7. Granada: Federico García Lorca Life and Death Private Tour

Travel back in time to go on a marvelous journey of discovery into the life of Federico García Lorca. Walk down the same streets he used to walk and visit the Fuente de las Batallas, the place where he was arrested prior to his execution. Take the chance to stop by at the houses in which he lived and imagine his daily life. Explore the Federico Centro Federico Garcia Lorca, a important reference point for contemporary culture, preserving the poet's legacy. Follow in the poet's footsteps with the help of your expert, professional tour guide, passionate about the artist. Finish the tour with a refreshing drink and tapas at Lorca's favorite restaurant, where he used to organize memorable gatherings.   

From Seville: Alhambra & Albaicín Private Tour

8. From Seville: Alhambra & Albaicín Private Tour

Relax on the scenic drive to Granada at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Upon arrival, skip the lines to the Alhambra and explore one of the most impressive palaces in Spain. Get the chance to wander the chambers and gardens of the complex with an official guide and uncover the mysteries of the Nasrid dynasty. Enjoy lunch in the historic Albaicín neighborhood and sample some typical tapas with drinks. Learn more about the tradition and sample a special dessert from Granada that was originally made for the pope. Enter the city's gypsy neighborhood to experience the multicultural influence and catch the aroma of teas and spices from the houses and markets.

Alhambra and Albaicin: Walking Tour

9. Alhambra and Albaicin: Walking Tour

Explore The Monument of Spain. Visit the Nasrid Palace, where the famous Patio of the Lions will be seen. See the old fortress (Alcazaba) and holiday Arabic palace of the Alhambra. Go deep into the traditional neighborhoods of Albaicín and Sacromonte, recognizable for its caves and settlements that were established after the Castilian conquest. Head to the former Muslim neighborhood of Albaicín, which will lead you to Mirador de San Nicolás, a magical viewpoint with the best views of the Alhambra.

Albayzin and Sacromonte Private Tour at Sunset

10. Albayzin and Sacromonte Private Tour at Sunset

The neighborhood of Albayzin, declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, was the origin of the current city of Granada, still retaining all the magic of its Arabic past. Narrow streets and white houses built at random, the famous Cármenes of Granada. The Sacromonte, located in the Valley of Valparaiso, is a picturesque and idyllic place on the outskirts of the urban center of Granada. It is a traditional suburb of the Granadian gypsies from India, who arrived in Spain in the 15th century. Portrayed with great mastery by the poet Federico García Lorca in his book Romancero Gitano, the gypsies dance the traditional and unique Grenadine Zambras inside their caves. This tour is a perfect complement to the visit of the Alhambra, as it allows us to see how the Arab and Christian culture are intermingled in the city and how beautiful is Granada from the other side. This is a late afternoon and evening tour. Your starting time will always ensure that you reach Saint Nicholas viewpoint by sunset. 

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What people are saying about Granada

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 78 reviews

We booked the "Taste of Granada Tour". A really great evening! Our tour guide Molly gave us an interesting insight into the gastronomic scene in Granada and, thanks to her in-depth background knowledge, also into the culture and history of Granada/Andalusia. Various tapas that you might not have come across otherwise, a ham tasting and a small tour of the city center with good tips and local shops. I can only recommend the tour. Thanks again Molly! I almost forgot, one or the other drink was also there :-)

We spent a very enjoyable couple of hours trying out different dishes and different wines. The food was delicious and the quantity of wine generous! Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable and we enjoyed her company.

It was an amazing experience getting to try all of the local wines and foods of Granada and Spain! Amazing tour guide and would highly recommend this to any travelers!

The show was magnificent and the meal excellent, we had a very good evening, I recommend this activity

An enjoyable and informative experience, I can definitely recommend