Granada boasts of being one of the most beautiful cities in the world and houses the monument that receives the highest number of visitors annually in the entire country, with a confluence of civilizations dating back to time immemorial. It was the last city to be reconquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 and is located in an unbeatable location. 

At the highest point of the city, we find the Alhambra, the Generalife gardens, and the winding streets of the Albaicín.

In the lower part of the city, a must-visit includes the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel, Bib-Rambla Square, Plaza Nueva, or Campo del Principe.

The Cathedral

The Cathedral of Granada is considered the first renaissance church in Spain. The Catholic Monarchs ordered its construction in 1492, and it was designed following the Gothic model of the Cathedral of Toledo.

The Alhambra

The Alhambra, declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, consists of the Generalife gardens, the Nasrid Palaces, and the Alcazaba, all of Arabic construction. It is the most famous and visited monument in the city of Granada, attracting nearly three million visitors every year.


It is an independent palace and recreational estate separate from the Alhambra, used by the Nasrid kings as a place of retreat and rest. It is the only remaining example to give us an approximate idea of what those beautiful mansions surrounded by gardens were like, where the Arabic spirit was guided by its poetic instinct.


Declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, it includes the entire hillside between Calle Elvira, Plaza Nueva, and the Darro riverside up to San Cristóbal. Walking through the Albaicín, exploring its streets and squares, is one of the experiences you can’t miss when visiting Granada.

Sierra Nevada

In the heart of the Penibético system, you’ll find Sierra Nevada, the southernmost ski resort in Europe, hosting the highest peaks on the Iberian Peninsula. It’s currently the best winter resort in Spain. Being the southernmost, sunny days are guaranteed.

  • Guided tour of the Alhambra and the Nasrid Palaces
  • Flamenco show and dinner in Albaicín
  • Flamenco show in Sacromonte
  • Hammam Al-Ándalus