Granada
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Our most recommended Granada Children's Activities

  • Alhambra: Tour with Nasrid Palaces at Night

    1. Alhambra: Tour with Nasrid Palaces at Night

    No visit to Granada is complete without seeing the Alhambra, the only remaining fortress from the city’s Islamic period. Join a tour of this world-famous attraction with an experienced guide. Explore the Nasrid Palaces and many other beautiful venues scattered around the complex. Soak up the history and art of the Nasrid Kingdom. Your official guide will explain the origins and development of one of the most visited monuments in the world. Marvel at the fusion of Moorish and Christian art and culture. The architectural features and elaborate rooms will look even more striking lit up at night.

  • Granada: Gollizno Route & Velillos River Guided Hike

    2. Granada: Gollizno Route & Velillos River Guided Hike

    Depart the city center of Granada in an 8-seater combi van and arrive at the small town of Olivares, about 35 minutes away. Start the guided hike along the Velillos River and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of typical Mediterranean nature. Try to spot some of the typical species that live in the region including many birds and mountain wildlife. Cross a suspension bridge and walk through Tajos de la Hoz, an incredible natural gorge formed by the constant flow of the river. Climb a staircase that gives a fantastic panoramic view of the region. Continue in search of the ancient cave paintings, followed by some time relaxing by the fountain of La Corcuela, before finally returning to Granada.

  • Granada: Electric Bike Rental for 4 or 8 Hours

    3. Granada: Electric Bike Rental for 4 or 8 Hours

    Rent an electric bike and discover Granada's neighborhoods at your own pace. Choose from a 2-hour or 4-hour rental, providing you with plenty of time to explore what appeals to you most. With your electric bike, ride up and down the hilly streets of Granada with ease. Ride to Albayzín, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore its narrow winding streets. Then visit Sacromonte, the charming tumbledown neighborhood that's built over caves on the hills of Valparaiso. You may also choose to visit Generalife, the Alhambra, and Granada Cathedral. It's up to you! The electric bike is yours for 2 or 4 fun hours, so you can choose what you want to see in Granada.

    To see Granada (minus the Alhambra Gardens) in one day: rent an electric bike! Best way to get up those crazy hills to all the beautiful vistas and is totally safe since this city blocks many cars from driving in certain areas.

  • From Granada: Beginner or Intermediate Level Rafting Trip

    4. From Granada: Beginner or Intermediate Level Rafting Trip

    Rafting is an active and recreational activity that consists of crossing the river bed in the opposite direction of the current on pneumatic rafts. With this fun-filled experience beginning in Granada, you can choose between two routes: The beginner route lasts 1.5 hours and is suitable for children from 6 years. This option is ideal for families and those who have never rafted but are interested in trying it out. The intermediate route lasts 3.5 hours and is suitable for children from 12 years old. This route is ideal for any type of person who is looking for an adrenaline-pumping experience on the Genil River.  You will be equipped with 5mm wetsuits, neoprene socks, life jackets, helmets, paddles, and water cameras to immortalize the experience.

  • Granada and Albaicín: Historical Private Tour

    5. Granada and Albaicín: Historical Private Tour

    Take a tour which covers a reasonable area of Granada. Your tour begins with a visit to the Royal Chapel, commissioned by the Catholic Monarchs and built in flamboyant Gothic style. Here you will find the mausoleums of Isabel and Ferdinand and their children Phillip "The Beautiful" and Joan "The Mad". The cathedral stands next to the chapel and is considered as the first Renaissance church in Spain. Marvel at the work of the brilliant façade of the Granada Cathedral- the local guide knows a lot about Granada's heritage and will tell you the Cathedral's history and its majestic significance. Your journey will continue to the old Moorish neighbourhood of Albaicín which is a characterful and historic UNESCO World Heritage site. There, you can wander the narrow streets before reaching the Mirador de San Nicolas. From here, you can experience the beauty and stunning views of the Alhambra, Gr...

  • Granada: Alhambra Night Tour

    6. Granada: Alhambra Night Tour

    Get picked up from your hotel in Grenada, and take advantage of a convenient transfer to the Alhambra palaces. Meet your guide and skip the line to enter into the palace complex with a fast-access ticket.  Start the tour from the Atrium of the Alhambra. Begin a walking tour through the monument surroundings as you admire the Water Tower, the Tower of Baltasar de la Cruz, the Tower of the Seven Floors, the Tower of the Captain, the Tower of the Witch, and Tower of the Heads. Next, reach the Charles V Palace through the Tower of the Justice. Finally, continue through the Door of Justice and enter into the Nasrid Palaces, and discover the enchanting architecture and decoration. Explore iconic places including the Hall of Ambassadors, Court of the Myrtles, Hall of the Two Sisters, and the amazing Palace of the Lions.

  • Albayzín & Sacromonte Walking Tour & Granada City Tour

    7. Albayzín & Sacromonte Walking Tour & Granada City Tour

    Travel by Granada’s official tourist train to the hearth of the Albayzín, where you’ll begin a guided walking tour back to the quarter’s Moorish roots, wandering through a labyrinth of narrow streets. In the Sacromonte quarter, you’ll learn that the gypsies, who arrived with the Catholic monarchs after the re-conquest of Granada, established their home here. Visit one of the typical house caves where they lived. Take the rest of the day to discover Granada on the hop-on-hop-off Granada City Tour train with your 1-day ticket. The train features a panoramic roof, open deck in summer, and on-board audio guides in 12 languages (and special kids’ channels in Spanish and English). The Alhambra Route operates during the daytime, while the City Center Route is an evening train that takes in Granada’s atmosphere after dark. Alhambra Route (Green Line) – runs every 15-20 minutes: 1. Alhambra 2...

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What people are saying about Granada

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Fantastic experience! Wear sneakers and enjoy. We traveled with 2 kids, booked a guided night tour which was well worth the money. The guide was incredibly proficient in both English and Spanish. Highly recommended! The architecture is one of the most beautiful we have seen.

To see Granada (minus the Alhambra Gardens) in one day: rent an electric bike! Best way to get up those crazy hills to all the beautiful vistas and is totally safe since this city blocks many cars from driving in certain areas.

I appreciate the explanation and every detail so interesting since if we had not made the tour with the guide we would not understand much and we would only see the building.

Fantastic!

We had a great guide, not only knew how to answer all our questions, but also his way of transmitting the story made it very enjoyable.

Excellent guide, excellent experience, great adventure!