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Very interesting introduction to Grenada

We were a group of five and most pleased to have the tour to ourselves, especially when we came across one of the free walking tours which included about thirty people! Our guide Violetta was very knowledgeable about the history of Grenada, and Spain generally and her English was excellent. The tour covered a reasonable area over the two hour period with plenty of stops so even though one of our group has a dodgy hip and one an unsound ankle we were all fine! Would definitely recommend this tour as very good value for money.

Granada: Essential Must-See Walking Tour Reviewed by Jemma, 01/03/2017

Very informative & the guide had personality

We did this walking tour on our first day and we're glad that we did. It enabled us to get a grip on the layout of Granada and we went to many back streets that we probably wouldn't have found. the guide was very engaging and informative. Highly recommend this tour

Granada: Essential Must-See Walking Tour Reviewed by Linda, 10/24/2015

Well organised, ability to change reservation last minute.

My wife went ill on the day of our booking, so we had to change last-minute. This is Granada gave us the opportunity to visit the Alhambra 2 days later. Several phone calls were made to keep in contact with us. Service was very attently! Pick-up point at the Plaza Nueva, with clear explanation. Because of the fact that lot of French and German tourists don't speak English well or refuse to, it takes a lot of time, annoying!

Take water and fitness coz this is a steep climb.. Or take the bus

This little self guided tour was a gem to work your way around Granada and understand what exactly you are looking at. Lots of history and commentary with the map, was a little fiddley to navigate but you can go in any order with any of the four tours. The little box where we collected our audio guides from was easy to find just across from Puerta Nueva and the girl inside was friendly and helpful. My low score is for the skip-the-line ticket that doesn't really let you skip the line at all. We lined up with everyone else even though we had an allocated time and 50 people at a time are allowed in. When I think skip-the-line I imagined that at the time allocated that we would go to the front of the line and enter but this was not the case. Next time I would have just booked a ticket early and stood in the same line with everyone else.

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