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Plaza de Santa Ana, Granada

Plaza de Santa Ana, Granada: Our most recommended tours and activities

Granada: Flamenco Show in La Alboreá

1. Granada: Flamenco Show in La Alboreá

Enjoy a magical 1-hour Flamenco for show perfect for the whole family performed at a venue in the center of Granada. Benefit from a reserved seating area a large selection of local wines (available to purchase). Feel the passion vibrating off the dancers’ bodies and get ready to spend a perfect cultural night seeing in person a professional flamenco show, a tradition whose popularity started to grow in the 18th century.

Granada: Night Viewpoints Tour Through Lesser-Known Albaicin

2. Granada: Night Viewpoints Tour Through Lesser-Known Albaicin

Stroll under the starry mantle of the magical city of Granada touring the most incredible and unknown viewpoints in the Albaicín neighborhood. Contemplate and fall in love with the spectacular views that you will have of the Alhambra and the city of Granada. During your tour, listen to curiosities, stories, anecdotes, legends, and mysteries from your guide and discover the city from several unique perspectives. Visit lesser-known viewpoints such as the Mirador de Los Carvajales, the Mirador Ojo de Granada and the Mirador de la Lona, as well as other well-known locations such as the Mirador de San Nicolas and Santa Isabel la Real. Finish your tour at the highest point in the Albaicin, the Mirador de San Cristóbal, from which point you can admire panoramic views of the entire city and the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Granada: 3 Cultures of Granada Walking Tour with City Map

3. Granada: 3 Cultures of Granada Walking Tour with City Map

Our tour begins in Plaza de Santa Ana, from where we go to the Albaicín neighborhood to start talking about the oldest part of Granada. Our tour of the lower Albaicín will take us to a viewpoint that is not very crowded and with a unique view of the Alhambra, it will show us an example of a traditional Nasrid house and will allow us to have a panoramic view of Muslim Granada. Then we will go to Realejo, the old Jewish neighborhood of the city that has changed remarkably and in which we will be able to observe first-hand the strong work of Christianization that took place in it. Finally, following a chronological order, we will visit the monumental Christian Granada, where the imposing cathedral takes all the attention. In the surroundings of the cathedral we will also find the Royal Chapel and the Madrasa, two jewels that cannot be overlooked.

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What people are saying about Plaza de Santa Ana, Granada

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 875 reviews

Set in a intimate sized setting, the show was very real flamenco. Another visitor sitting next to me commented after the show that it's the best Flamenco he has seen in Spain. He has lived in Spain for the past 17 years and has attended other Flamenco shows and considered this the best. For myself, my first Flamenco and as it turned out, unbeknown at the time of booking, is one of the best in Granada. The guitarist also performed solo and is a brilliant musician. The singer, and 2 dancers, just great. The intensity and conviction of all members of the group, very real.

We really enjoyed the show at the Alborea. It felt authentic and full of passion. The venue itself was great from our upstairs balcony, and I realise some people feel you should not be eating and drinking during a show but it was great to have a glass of wine to enjoy the show with.

Beautiful dance, passionate, natural, irradiating confidence. You did not mention in the options going with a spouse. Are you all gays/genders, have you forgotten how did you come to life in this world`/

A wonderful show. Definitely worth a visit. Excellent performers. Good value for money.

The dancers tried very hard. They were all very nice. The atmosphere was very nice.