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The afternoon of Wednesday June 21st 2017 has been allocated as a free afternoon. During the registration process you will be able to select one of the following three organized excursions. These optional excursions will be subject to a minimum number of participants.
We are also preparing a social programme for accompanying people, offering other excursions and activities, which will be available soon on our web site.
This is a guided tour of two of the most emblematic monuments of Granada, the Royal Chapel and the Cathedral. Two different worlds represented by two different styles in architecture: Gothic and Renaissance. The tour will guide you through a decisive moment in the history of Granada, a period of profound social, economic and cultural change. It also includes a visit to the Monastery of La Cartuja and the city center. Itinerary Bus pick up at Palacio de Congresos (venue), Monastery of…Find out more »
Route of Federico García Lorca
Federico García Lorca (1898-1936), the Spanish poet and playwright, was born in Granada, and throughout his life kept a strong link with the city. An emblematic member of the "Generation of '27" group, he is widely considered one of the authors that has best captured Spanish popular culture in the twentieth century. This tour visits the places where Lorca spent his childhood and youth, and much of his universe was shaped. You will also see interesting collections of original works…Find out more »
Albayzin and Sacromonte
Walking tour of Albayzin and Sacromonte, the most emblematic districts in Granada. The Alhambra and the Albayzin, situated on two adjacent hills, form the medieval part of Granada. The residential district of the Albayzin is a rich repository of Moorish vernacular architecture declared a World heritage site in 1994. The Sacromonte is the traditional neighborhood of the Granadian Gipsies, who settled in Granada after the Christian conquest of the city in 1492. The route begins late afternoon. After the guided walking tour…Find out more »