A free night tour of Granada is a great way to get to know the city better. Our guides, the Free Tours we offer at GuruWalk, will show you the main sights and share with you some of its fascinating history.
This is your chance to see the most emblematic sites of this beautiful city at night, when they are illuminated and their beauty can be fully appreciated.
Granada, one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia, has attracted visitors for centuries due to its rich cultural heritage and lively atmosphere.
The old silk market in Granada is a charming place that is perfect for an evening stroll.
A trip to the old silk market at night allows you to enjoy the beautiful architecture and sense of history. You can also discover small shops and restaurants where you can stop for dinner or a drink. The city centre is about 15 minutes away, so it is convenient if you want to spend the whole night in one area, although it is a better option to continue exploring Granada by night.
Another very interesting place is the Alcaicería district of Granada, a place to go at night, not only if you are looking for a bit of culture but also if you just want to have fun.
The Alcaicería is a historic district of the city of Granada. This area was historically an artisan quarter and the workshops are still there today. These old buildings are now shops, bars and restaurants with different cuisines available. The atmosphere of this district transports you back in time, where the sound of metal hitting metal can be heard from every corner.
When it gets dark outside and the narrow streets are lit up with street lamps, people start to come out of their houses or shops to enjoy a drink or a meal with friends or family while children play happily.
And we can't forget El Albaicí, one of Granada's best known neighbourhoods, but you've probably never seen it like this. The Albaicín by night has a beautiful historical past and offers a unique experience.
Originally, this neighbourhood was built on the site of an ancient Moorish fortress. In the 16th century it was conquered by Christian troops and the church of San Nicolás was erected to commemorate their victory. Inside there are paintings depicting scenes from the battle, including Christians defeated by Muslims and a painting depicting St. Nicholas arriving with his entourage to destroy these same Muslims.
As you can see, Granada has a lot to offer, even at night. A different and very original Granada.