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“Great start to our Granada visit”

Cicerone Visit Granada
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Granada Evening Walking Tour with Tapas: Albaicin and Sacromonte
Ranked #8 of 89 Tours in Granada
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: CICERONE is the oldest company in Granada in individual tourism. Since 2003 we offer the best guided walks in Granada, because we are specialists in the city and we guide our clients, helping them to take a pleasant memory of our city. Today we have no competitors in Granada and our tours have numerous awards and certificates of quality guaranteeing us. Our most popular services, besides our private walking tour, are our Walking tour: Historical city centre an Albayzin, the Walking tour at twilight: Albayzin and Gipsy Sacromonte, the visit to the Cathedral and Royal Chapel, or our ghostly route of Mysterious Granada.
Princeton Junction, New Jersey
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6 reviews
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“Great start to our Granada visit”
Reviewed 8 June 2014

Recently booked a tour and had Carmen as our guide. We had a lovely time and learned a lot about Granada that helped us to then plan the remainder of our stay in the city. Carmen was very nice and made sure we all had a great time despite it being a gray and rainy day. We saw many places that we never would have found on our own, even armed with a tour book. We would highly recommend this walking tour for those going to Granada for their first visit!

Visited May 2014
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ComunicacionCicerone, Carmen, guide in Cicerone at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this review, 20 June 2014
Thanks for witing such a good review about our walking tour, Jamie. It was a pleasure to walk along Granada with you and help you to take the most of Granada.
Kind regards!!
Carmen ;)
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Wigan, United Kingdom
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“Guided walking tour of Granada”
Reviewed 3 June 2014

Excellent guide, she was very pleasant, polite, informative and patient. Our group had a tendency to 'wander'. Although we had done most of the area she took us to already, on our own, it was nice to have the history behind the places we had visited. She also told us about some of the hidden gems that we then went back to after our walk (the mausoleum of Isabelle and Ferdinand)
Well worth the money. Highly recommended

Visited May 2014
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this review, 19 June 2014
THnak you very much for recommending our walking tour, MrsAnnieG. We're glad to have discovered you some of Granada's gems and helped you to enjoy the beauty of our city.
We hope you come back soon, and we may show you many beautiful places still remaining!! ;)
Best wishes!!
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Stockholm, Sweden
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“Excellent guided tour”
Reviewed 3 June 2014

After a couple of days in Granada we thought that we had ran out of attractions and sites (even thought it is an amazing city), but we couldn't be more wrong. We chose the evening tour around Albaycín and Sacromonte and walked around to see stunning views of Alhambra. Our guide was from Granada and had extensive knowledge about the city and it's history. The trip lasted nearly two hours and the only regret I have is having done it on our last day in the city. During the trip we wen't around many interesting places to which I'd like to come back, but unfortunately we were leaving next morning.

Visited May 2014
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this review, 16 June 2014
Thank you very much, PaulinePantufa. It is a pleasure to read that you enjoyed our Granada at twilight walking tour and that we helped you to enjoy and discover new things in your last day in the city. Next time you come to Granada, come to visit us on the first day, and we will recommend you more activities to take the most of Granada. We're really grateful for your recommendation of our services.
Best wishes from everyone in Cicerone!!
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“Guided Tour of Albaicin and the Old Town of Granada”
Reviewed 2 June 2014

Granada is a stunning and ancient city and a guided tour is a really great way to get a feel of the place at the beginning of your stay. Our guide was from the Granada itself and her love of her home town really came across during the tour (which lasted around and hour and a half, she really conveyed the history and feel of the town so much better than reading it from a book! We were lucky enough to be the only people on the tour so it felt like being shown around by a friend of a friend - although I'm sure the tour company would have preferred it if there had been more takers!

It was a shame that the Arabian Baths were closed for restoration at the time of our visit (I believe they are open again in June), but we saw a number of other hidden gems, which we would never have found ourselves just by walking round, such as the Moorish Merchant's Guesthouse and the Oratory of the old Islamic University.

Personally I would recommend the evening tour (especially in the summer because of the heat) but also as the city really starts to come into it's own in the later part of the day.

Visited May 2014
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this review, 6 June 2014
Thank you very much for recommending our walking tour, JMLevey. It was a pleasure to guide you throeugh the beautiful Granada and helpe you to take with you a small piece of our hometown in your heart. We hope you come back soon, and when you do it, do not hesitate in contact us to offer you many discounts to discover the susprises Granada still has to offer.
Best wishes from everyone in Cicerone
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Princeton, New Jersey
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“Very dedicated guide”
Reviewed 1 June 2014

It was a raining day when I booked my tour. Despite the heavy rain, Stefanie was a very dedicated guide and explained to us a lot of information about the city. I really enjoyed it. So I recommended the tour to my travel buddies. They did not go in the morning because of the rain. They joined the tour led by Juan. My buddy told me that Juan is really good and is so familiar with the area and told a lot of interesting story about albacin. Overall, well worth the 12 euro for the walking tour. Thanks, cicerone!

Visited May 2014
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ComunicacionCicerone, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Cicerone Visit Granada, responded to this review, 3 June 2014
Thank you, Forte2014! It is a pleasure to know that you enjoyed so much with our guided walking tour. We are very grateful to read that you recommended our tour, and so are we to know that you do it again through Tripadvisor. We only can say thanks and we hope to see you again when you come back to Granada ;)
Best wishes!!!
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