Discover one of the oldest cities of Europe on a 2-hour walking sightseeing tour in Toledo and see magnificent examples of fusion between and within the Islamic, Jewish and Catholic architecture from different epochs.
The former capital of Hispania, highlights of your tour include the Alcazar, looming over the city on its highest hill. One of the few buildings outside the city walls, the fortress provides a detailed history, from its time as a Roman palace to its role as a military academy during the Spanish Civil War.
Discover Sevilla, ‘Capital of Andalusia Today’, a key historical point in the Andalusian landscape. Seville is a modern capital which remounts back to the Romans, a place of diversity and the meeting place of different civilizations.
Albaycin is the ancient town containing the most beautiful sites of modern Granada. The striking views of the Alhambra with the snow-topped Sierra Nevada Mountains blending into the unique landscape of the city and its surrounding. The tour takes us further through San Nicolas Square where we will find our local Mosque ‘Mezquita Mayor de Granada’. As we walk from the Albaycin to Sacromonte area to discover more ancestral and ‘sacred’ secrets of our city, we catch glimpses of the views from different angles and locations.
Three hour guided, small group walking tour of the Alhambra palatial town, including the Nasrid Palaces, Alkasaba fortress, Generalife summer palace and gardens, and the old medina of the Alhambra.
Tickets: Monuments included, yet not guaranteed until the booking confirmation is duly reached.
Your guide will provide you with insight into the different areas of the government city and Palaces of Alhambra, and the function of each of them; Comares Tower, Patio de Los Leones, Mexuar, Generalife, etc. At the end of the tour you will have free choice to visit the fortress or ‘Alkasbah’ structure, and then to head down to town centre, at 10 minutes walking through the forest. You can have lunch, coffee, tea or lemonade. You will find lively Moroccan ‘souq’ shopping streets behind the more modern street fronts.
This is the most important mosque in the Islamic West, and the second largest in the world in its time. The mosque was founded by Abderrahman I and was enlarged with the great emirs and caliphs.
Today it is the Cathedral of Córdoba, but it still reserves the name of Mezquita.
Enjoy an opportunity to discover the ancient Muslim town or ‘ Medina’ al Qadima of Cordoba. We will be exploring the historical centre of the ancient town it’s Umayyad Mosque along with the local UNESCO Heritage Guides.
Guided tour dedicated to the archaeological site of Medina Azahara, palace city ordered built by the first Cordovan Caliph Abd al-Rahman III.
The archaeological site of Medina Azahara is, without doubt, one of the biggest tourist attractions possessing Córdoba.