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Greet your knowledgeable guide at a central Granada location, then embark on your enriching exploration of the city. Weave your way around the ambient historic center, strolling through Bib Rambla Square as you note the cosmopolitan cultural influences manifested in the architecture. Gaze at the buttery sandstone façade of Granada Cathedral as you guide offers insight into the legends that surround it, then venture to the Moorish silk market of Alcaicería to admire its opulent features. Hear about Granada’s power and prosperity under the Nasrid rule and learn about the Islamic and Catholic influences that have shaped the city’s spectacular skyline. Next, ascend a gentle hill and arrive amid the antique charm of Albaicin, an UNESCO-listed enclave considered the historical heart of Granada. Marvel at panoramic vistas of the Darro Valley and absorb the regal majesty of the Alhambra palace complex on the adjacent incline. Navigate the ambient labyrinth of streets replete with cobblestones and flower-filled boxes, then bid farewell to your guide at the Plaza Nueva.
I booked this tour online and it happened to be just the 2 of us on that day - which was great, as our guide Senne was very attentive and knowledgeable, and he adjusted the stories and the dialogue perfectly to either myself or my...More
ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago
Thank you for your recommendation. We are glad that you had such a good experience with Cicerone and Senne. We work and train very hard our communication skills to make our walk together unique. We feel very proud when we get it, specially if there...More
Learned a lot, saw a lot and loved every second. I wanted to make sure if I got souvenirs, they actually came from Granada-or at least Spain. Our guide was so clear about what to look for and where, what was fable and what was...More
Date of experience: July 2019
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your review. Cicerone and Mar are glad that you considered us more than a tour guide organization. That is our goal: walking with you and being helpful in your relationship with Granada during your stay. We wish we can see...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our walk. We all learned a lot about Granada and its history and were entranced for the duration of the tour, from the 7 year old to the adults. We had passed quite a few of the highlights the day before and...More
Date of experience: April 2019
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this reviewResponded April 17, 2019
We are very happy for your opinion. We are aware of the importance of involving children in culture, so we prepare our tours with them in mind. We feel especially pleased when kids have a good time with us. In addition, feeling that our dedication...More
This was a small intimate tour of only five people. I went with my dad, 65+. Mar was very accommodating to the speed of her tour. She was very knowledgeable on the history of Granada and personable. We walked around the lower part of the...More
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this reviewResponded March 25, 2019
Thank you so much for your comment, Mary. At Cicerone we believe groups have to be small so that all the participants feel really comfortable and can really enjoy the experience. We are extremely happy to know you consider the tour as one of the...More
Walk through the historic centre of Granada and its emblematic neighbourhoods of Albaycín and Sacromonte, it is a journey to the seed of Al Andalus. The beauty of its streets, its houses, its historical monuments.