Free city tours
One of the best ways to discover the city is the free walking tours.
These are walks where you can explore the city on foot, and are completely free of charge, which means that the guides are not paid for their services, and customers offer a tip on a voluntary basis instead.
Because of this, the guides make the tour as interesting as possible, and it is not the typical crowded walk you can find in other places.
Our experience? A walk lasting about two and a half hours, with local guides (normally historians), either in Spanish or English, and at various times designed to fit as well as possible with your visit.
Meeting point: Plaza Isabel la Católica (look for the purple umbrella)
Duration: 2:30 Languages: Spanish, English
Summary: A two-hour visit exploring lower Albaicín and the centre. A company with a wide range of alternative tours to discover other areas of the city in detail, as well as Seville and Madrid.
Meeting point: Plaza Nueva (look for the red umbrella)
Times: 11:00 (Essential Granada)
Languages: Spanish and English
Summary: Local tour specialised in responsible and sustainable tourism. Apart from the tour of the monuments on their website, you can find other free tours through different areas of the city, in addition to being able to book private tours
Meeting point: Plaza Isabel la Católica, white umbrella
Languages: Spanish, English
Summary: A tour for early risers: visit the centre and Albaicín, with the option to hire other tours of the city.
Meeting point: Plaza Nueva
Times: 12:00, 18:00
Duration: 2 hours Languages: Spanish, English
Summary: 2-hour visit exploring lower Albaicín and the centre.
In addition, we offer the option to hire our private guides to visit both the Alhambra and the city. Make sure you discover every part of our city.