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7 Days 6 Nights Royal Enfield Motorcycle Tour in Spain 7 Days / 6 Nights ₹ 78353

Granada, a city dipped in Arabian history, is an ideal getaway located in the Southeastern part of Spain. Granada is situated close to the Mediterranean sea; hence, it is a cool spot for kids and adults alike. According to locals and tourists, Granada is believed to be one of the most mesmerising cities in Spain, which attracts visitors from all around the world. The city is famously known for its lively locations, vibrant colours, and impressive views that add colour to your life.

Besides the scenic beauty, Granada is famously known for hosting a rich history that dates back to the 13th century. The city is embellished with flamenco clubs and cosy teahouses promising a happening nightlife. Additionally, there are tons of palaces and monuments located in and around the city, making it by far the most visited destination in Spain. There's no such thing as boredom in Granada, as there are just too many things to indulge in when going on Granada tours.

The city boasts a myriad of landscapes, varied fauna flora, and rich culture and heritage, making this place a preferred tourist destination in Spain. Several Granada tour packages are worth checking out. So, if you're planning to explore the lanes of Granada, we have several fulfilling Granada packages that make your vacation perfect.

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7 Days 6 Nights Royal Enfield Motorcycle Tour in Spain
7 Days 6 Nights Royal Enfield Motorcycle Tour in Spain



About the Activity:Head out for some adventure motorcycle ride adventure in Granada, Spain and make your vacation a perfect one.Start your adventure after arriving at Málaga Airport (AGP) or Granada Airport (GRX) and get transferred to your hotel.Continue your ride through the amazingTajo de los Vados gorge and then pass the small mountain village of Otívar.Soak in the beauty of the region as you ride and then pass through the west to El Lago Azul and Alhama de Granada.Ride through some of the highest mountain villages of Spain Pampaneira, Capileira, Bubion, and Trevéle.Visit some of the famous places like Alhambra Palace and Gardens, Alcazaba Fortress and Hammam Al Ándalus Arab Baths.Continue your ride to the Sierra Nevada and there you will ride towarsd the famous Sierra Nevada National ParkConclude your tour on the seventh day after getting dropped back at the a

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  1. Which are the best places to visit on Granada Tours?

    1. Alhambra: Alhambra is a magnificent palace featuring gardens and buildings. The word "Alhambra" stands for "the red," which signifies the unique red colour of the rammed earth or "Tapia." This mesmerising building was constructed between 1238 to 1358. It is believed to be the largest aristocratic and political centre in Moslem West. Inside the palace, there are breathtaking fountains and rectangular-shaped courtyards which promise a pleasant view. Click Here to Book: Alhambra Tickets

    Location - C. Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM 
    Entry fee - Rs 1200 for adults 

    2. Baños Árabes Al Andalus: Located at the foothills of the world-famous Alhambra, Baños Árabes Al Andalus in Spain is an 8th-century building. This place offers a rejuvenating experience like no other. A person visiting Baños Árabes Al Andalus is laid on a hot stone that relaxes the muscles and offers pleasure to the spirit and the body. Additionally, the entire process is designed to cure aggression and eliminate all dead cells. The use of aromatic oils to message and entire skin care accelerates the recovery process. This place can rejuvenate your soul if you're craving a relaxing session. Click Here to Book: Hammam Al Andalus Palma Experience

    Location - C. Sta. Ana, 16, 18009 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 10 AM to 12 AM 
    Entry fee - No fee  

    3. Royal Chapel of Granada: Famously known as Capilla Real, the Royal Chapel of Granada is the resting destination of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabel of Castile. Enrique Egas built the place between 1502 and 1521. The architecture of the monument is highly inspired by the Isabelline style. In contrast, it contains excellent artistic values of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles. The main altarpiece is built upon presbytery steps. Click Here to Book: Royal Chapel of Granada Tickets

    Location - Calle Oficios, s/n, 18001 Granada, Spain
    Timing - Monday to Saturday - 10:15 AM to 1:30 PM and 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM 
                   Sunday - 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM and 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM 
    Entry fee - Rs 406 for adults

    4. La Alcaiceria: What better than indulging in shopping when travelling to a new destination? La Alcaiceria is a perfect spot for all shopping lovers. If you find peace in exploring different things and picking your favourites after excellent bargaining, La Alcaiceria is a must-visit destination. Immerse yourself in the stalls of La Alcaiceria. 

    Location - Reyes Católicos, 12, 18009 Granada, Spain
    Timing - Opens 24 hours 
    Entry fee - No fee 

    5. Plaza Isabel la CatolicaSituated at the meeting point of Reyes Catolicos and Gran Via de Colón, Plaza Isabel la Catolica is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Granada. The square features a unique monument built in remembrance of Queen Isabel and Columbus. The place is admirable and worth clicking pictures. A church is constructed behind the square, which belongs to the nuns. 

    Location - 18009 Granada, Spain
    Timing - Opens 24 hours
    Entry fee - No fee 

    6. Madrazo Palace: Popularly called Palacio de la Madraza, Madraza Palace or Madrasa Palace was founded by the Nasrid monarch Yusuf I in 1349. Presently, the building is an integral part of Granada University. Since the palace is situated in the heart of the city, it is visited by tourists around the clock. 

    Location - C. Oficios, 14, 18001 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM 
    Entry fee - No fee 

    7. Basílica de San Juan de Dios: A significant attraction in Granada and the prime example of world-famous Baroque architecture, Basílica de San Juan de Dios was built in 1737. The main purpose of its construction was to protect the remains of saints. The temple's interiors are heavily embellished with saints sculptures and polychrome wood which stands out in the golden hour. 

    Location - C/ San Juan de Dios, 17, 18001 Granada, Spain
    Timing - Monday to Saturday: 10 AM to 7 PM 
    Entry fee - General admission: Rs 500 

    Read More: Popular Things to Do in Granada Spain

    8. Cartuja Monastery: Officially called 'Monasterio de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, Cartuja Monastery is situated on the northern hill of Granada, Spain. This monastery was constructed back in 1506. The use of baroque-style architecture and its rich history makes it stand out. Note the construction of this place is yet incomplete; hence, its interiors reflect both Renaissance and Gothic styles in finishing and details. 

    Location - Paseo de Cartuja, Granada
    Timing - Sunday to Friday - 10 AM to 5.30 PM, Saturday - from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM
    Entry fee - Normal tickets Rs 400, Children below 12 years - Free, Students above 25 years - Rs 300

    9. The Gypsy Quarter of Sacromonte: Located on Granada's Valparaiso hill, The Gypsy Quarter of Sacromontewas constructed in the 15th century when a group of Spanish and Roma gipsies visited this place to settle down. The houses were developed by constructing cave homes amidst hills. 

    Location - Barranco de los Negros, Sacromonte
    Timing - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM 
    Entry fee - Rs 400

    10. Santo Domingo Church: Situated in the heart of the city, Santo Domingo Church is a popular site in Granada which was constructed back in 1512. The church is designed by combining several architectural styles, including Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance; hence, this place holds great significance. 

    Location - Plaza de Santo Domingo, 1, 18009 Granada
    Timing - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM 
    Entry fee - No fee

    Suggested Read: Top Granada Attractions
  2. What are the best things to do on your Granada tour?

    Here's the complete list of things to do on your Granada tour:

    1. Witness Flamenco Show: Flamenco Show is one of the most celebrated shows presented in Granada during the night. Zambra is a traditional art form of flamenco. He was born in Sacromonte. Venues like Tablaos organise such shows where different elements and rituals are incorporated. It is best to be a part of the Flamenco Show while having drinks or dinner.

    Location - Cta. de Gomérez, 11, 18009 Granada, Spain
    Timing - Starts at 5:30 PM
    Entry fee - Rs 2,000

    Suggested Read: Places to See Flamenco Shows in Granada

    2. Go on a Granada Tapas Tours:
    A tour to Granada feels incomplete without going on a Granada Tapas Tour. These tours offer extensive drinks and food experiences that stay with you for this lifetime. Tapas Tours are almost like food tours where tourists indulge in the world of flavours and explore the hidden gems while having the best time.

    Location - Granada, Spain
    Timing - 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
    Entry fee - Rs 2,000

    3. Explore Casa Museo Federico García Lorca: Once a residency of an old family has now turned into a popular museum called Casa Museo Federico García Lorca. Here, Federico García, a popular poet, wrote some of his best works. Inside the museum's premises, there are the poet's personal belongings, such as photographs, paintings, manuscripts, and paintings without modifications. This can be an interesting place to explore if you're inspired by art and culture.

    Location - C. Virgen Blanca, s/n, 18004 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
    Entry fee - Adults - Rs 250

    4. Explore Generalife: Builtin the 14th century, Generalife in Granada was the estate of the Nasrid rulers and summer palace. The palace is situated right east of the Alhambra palace, offering a magnificent view. Over the years, this place became a getaway option for rulers looking for solace. Although the buildings of Generalife appear boring, they are extremely solid, which makes this place tasteful and exclusive. Click Here to Book: Generalife Tickets

    Location - Granada, Andalucía, Spain
    Timing - 08:30 am - 06:00 pm
    Entry fee - Rs 600

    5. Watch Mirador de San Nicolas Sunset: Looking for a viewpoint during the Granada tour? Watching the sunset from Mirador de San Nicolas is one of the most sought-after activities here in Spain. This place promises a breathtaking view with Generalife and Alhambra standing facing one another. In 1997, former US president Bill Clinton said Mirador de San Nicolas had the world's best sunset.

    Location - Espaldas de San Nicolas, 9, 18010 Granada, España, 18010
    Timing - Evening hours
    Entry fee - EUR 1200

    6. Visit Parque de las Ciencias: Founded in 1990, Parque de las Ciencias is a popular Science museum and centre located in Andalusia, Spain. With the motto, "A new kind of Museum," this museum was inaugurated in 1995. The place offers various Scientific activities which attract adults and kids alike. Since its inauguration, it has been regarded as the most visited site in Andalusia.

    Location - Av. de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
    Entry fee - Rs 600

    7. Enjoy Visiting Huerta de San Vicente: Famously known as the Lorca family's summer home, Huerta de San Vicente is a prominent tourist destination that preserves the belongings of Federico Garcia Lorca. He was a renowned Spanish playwright and poet whose works are still praised by the masses. Inside the premises, there are objects, decor pieces, and rooms that belong to Lorca's family.

    Location - Casa-Museo Federico García Lorca, C. Virgen Blanca, s/n, 18004 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 09:15 am - 08:00 pm
    Entry fee - Rs 250

    8. Take Part in the International Festival of Music and Dance: During the Granada tour, participating in the International Festival of Music and Dance can be a major highlight. It is a 28 days festival that conducts around 96 dance and music shows. Shows are organised in different locations all around the city. So, if you're considering Granada Tour Packages, plan your trip around June and July to be a part of this extravagant festival in Spain.

    Location - Granada, Spain
    Timing - Between 13th June to 10th July
    Entry fee - Rs 2,600

    Suggested Read: Best Places to See in Granada

    9. Explore Monasterio de San Jerónimo:
    Constructed between 1492 to 1547, Monasterio de San Jerónimois a popular Roman Catholic Hieronymite monastery located in the heart of Granada, Spain. The church is famously known for its unique architectural style and design. Additionally, the lavishly decorated interior and fragrant orange trees make this place a popular site in Granada. Ensure this place is a part of your Granada Package when choosing the best Granada Tour Package.

    Location - C. Rector López Argüeta, 9, 18001 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
    Entry fee - Rs 350

    10. Checkout Monasterio de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción "La Cartuja": Located 2 km away from the city centre, Monasterio de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción is one of the prime examples of Spanish Baroque. This place is regarded as a religious complex housing the monks from the 3rd century. Its construction started in the early 16th century and continued for two centuries. As a result, its architecture is highly inspired by Plateresque, Renaissance, late Gothic, and Baroque styles.

    Location - P.º de Cartuja, s/n, 18011 Granada, Spain
    Timing - 10:00 AM to 12:45 PM and 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
    Entry fee - No fee

  3. Which are the famous historic places in Granada?

    Here is the list of top 5 famous historical places to visit when travelling to Granada -

    1. Alhambra, Granada - Want to witness eternal beauty in Granada? Alhambra is a beautiful Moorish palace-fortress attracting tourists from all around the world.

    2. Mirador de San Nicolas, Granada - Offering unbeatable views of Alhambra, this place offers a stunning sightseeing experience.

    3. Malaga Cathedral, Malaga - Built in the early 16th century, Malaga Cathedral is a Renaissance beauty featuring important artefacts and ceremonial treasures.

    4. Castillo de Gibralfaro, Malaga - constructed by Caliph during the 10th century, this place features the city's official flag.

    5. Nasrid Palaces, Granada - A secret spot in Granada, Nasrid Palace is a less explored destination that dates back to the early 14th century. The main complex of the palace is constructed near the great mosque. The private royal quarters and halls are embellished with decor pieces and artworks which grab all attention.
  4. What are the best romantic things to do on your Granada tour?

    1. The Alhambra: Once the residence of Nasrid sultans and the country's servants, Alhambra offers tourists a chance to explore exquisite ornamental architecture and cascading water features.

    2. Generalife: Generalife is an architectural beauty that is a paradise for all nature lovers.

    3. Nasrid Palace: Looking for solace away from the hustle and bustle of city life? A visit to Nasrid Palaces will rejuvenate your soul.

    4. Royal Chapel of Granada: Known as the resting site of Charles I, this place perfectly represents the architectural style of the Renaissance period.
  5. Which are the best places to watch flamenco shows in Granada?

    1. Maria La Canastera: Watching flamenco shows in the Maria La Canastera is a lifetime experience as this place is ideal for experiencing the energy. These shows have been organised here since 1953. 

    2. Cuevas el Rocio: It is a large space housing different caves that have been organising a variety of shows since the 1950s. Michelle Obama visited this place to watch flamenco dancing.

    3. La Chumbera: Another impressive place is La Chumbera. It is an indoor theatre where a group of professional dancers performs mostly on Saturdays.

    4. Templo del Flamenco: Known for organising flamenco daily and serving mouthwatering food, Templo del Flamenco is a place to enjoy the night.

    5. Jardines de Zoraya: A popular flamenco venue, Jardines de Zoraya is an extravagant outdoor place that serves drinks and dinner before the show gets started. 
  6. How to reach to Granada?

    If you're travelling to Granada from Mumbai or Delhi, it is best to board a flight from the source city to Malaga. Take a train from Malaga Maria Zambrano to Granada. Booking your Granada tour packages a few weeks in advance can help you to save hundreds of euros. 
  7. What is Granada famous for?

    Many literary, musical, cinematic, and artistic celebrations take place in Granada, Spain, all around the year. There is the flamenco festival which is one of the popular attractions in Granada, where music and light shows are conducted to entertain the masses. 

    Granada also houses several iconic structures such as Generalife, Royal Chapel of Granada, Alhambra, and more worth visiting. In contrast, the nightlife in Granada is truly an experience in itself. Note, all these spots are a part of your Granada tour package.
  8. What is the best time to visit Granada?

    The best time to travel to Granada is during the months of June and July during summer as the temperature remains moderate and the flamenco festival takes place during this time. During winter, the best time is in the months of September and October, as city parks burst into vibrant colours and trees begin to bloom completely. There are several Granada Packages which offer the best deals. Hence, choose wisely!
  9. How many days do we need to explore Granada?

    A trip to Granada, Spain, can be extremely exciting as there are ample places to travel for all groups. A minimum of 7 days and 6 nights are required to explore Granada in its complete glory. Select the most ideal Granada Package for maximum fun.
  10. How many days do we need to explore Granada?

    A trip to Granada, Spain, can be extremely exciting as there are ample places to travel for all groups. A minimum of 7 days and 6 nights are required to explore Granada in its complete glory. Select the most ideal Granada Package for maximum fun.
  11. What should I pack while travelling to Granada?

    • Rear tube and front tube 
    • Spark plug
    • Chain lock 
    • Personal medication
    • Jackets and warmers 
    • Personal toiletries
    • Sunscreen lotions and caps.
    • Riding shoes and socks 
    • Backpack and water bottles
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