Hear about the city’s coloured history, its mix of people, cultures, and of course, the world of flamenco, all whilst tasting some of the city's best local delicacies.
Do you want to make the most of your time in Granada? Join us as we show you what makes Granada’s heart beat. The people, gastronomy and flamenco. If you have just one night here, there is no better way to spend it.
We will begin at Plaza Nueva, the city’s main square, and wander through the “christian quarter”, more commonly known as the city centre. Enjoy your first tapas in one of Granada’s old-classic taverns. Here you can choose between (or trust your guide!) a variety of drinks and discover the gastronomy of the region. Favourites include juicy meatballs, flavoursome croquettes and perfectly roasted ham. At each of the tapas bars, you will have a drink and a choice of one plate to share – which means that if you are in a group with a few people, you will get to try a dozen different dishes!
Your panoramic view of the city continues as we make our way through the Albaicin, the “Arab quarter”, and oldest neighbourhood in Granada. Its windy white-washed streets are now a melting pot for much of the city’s life. Soak up the local ambiance as we stop for your next culinary delight.
It’s then on and up into the Gypsy neighbourhood of Sacromonte. For centuries the gypsy populations have lived here in the natural caves nestled in the mountain edge. These are the caves where flamenco was born and where you will experience an intimate show. The show is in one of the oldest and most authentic caves still owned by an old gypsy family. You will find hundreds of flamenco shows in Spain, but Granada is the only place where the show will take place inside a mountain!
We can accommodate any dietary needs as Spanish food can include vegetarian, vegan, non-pork and other options. Please notify us in advance.