Private tour. In the footsteps of Federico García Lorca in Granada
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English - French - German|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 10 people|
What the experience includes
Take a wonderful journey through time to get to know the figure of the poet, discover the Granada that Lorca lived and that is transmitted in this tour despite all the changes suffered by the city and the passage of time.
We will visit, among other places, the street where he was arrested for his execution. Afterwards, the Fuente de las Batallas, the area where the houses in which he lived in the city are located and of course, the Centro Cultural Federico García Lorca, a reference point for contemporary culture, as it preserves the important legacy of the poet.
Our guides, professional and passionate about his figure, history and the city he lived in, will accompany you to follow his steps through the different corners of the city that marked the poet's life. Your guide will enhance your experience.
The tour ends with a drink and a tapa in Lorca's favourite restaurant, where he used to have memorable get-togethers.
Everything you need to know
- Full names of all participants are required.
- This tour is on foot. Comfortable shoes are recommended.
- You can present your voucher on paper or on an electronic device.
- We can adapt the tour for people with reduced mobility, subject to prior notice.
- Please note that the guide will arrive a few minutes before the tour start time.
- We recommend the use of baby carriers. The use of pushchairs will make the tour more difficult.
- A mobile phone with a charged battery and headphones may be required.
Children 0-11 years
- Invitation to a drink with a tapa
- Live commentary in the chosen language
- Hotel pick-up
Stop at: Plaza de las Pasiegas
One of the busiest places in Granada is the Plaza de las Pasiegas. A trapezoid-shaped square that lies between the gates of the Cathedral and the Plaza de Bib-Rambla, and which has been a meeting point since its beginnings.
The Plaza de las Pasiegas arose at the end of the 17th century when the Colleges of San Miguel, dedicated to the education of the children of the Moors, and Santa Catalina, dedicated to preparatory studies for university and ecclesiastical careers, were demolished.
Stop at: Plaza de Castillejos
Stop at: Centro Federico García Lorca
The Federico García Lorca Centre is a cultural institution devoted to the study and research into the life and work of the Granada poet Federico García Lorca (1898-1936), as well as to the dissemination of his literary production and the conservation of his documentary legacy. It is also a space conceived to house all kinds of contemporary artistic manifestations, preferably those related to the author. It is managed by a consortium made up of the Ministry of Culture of the Spanish Government, the Department of Culture of the Andalusian Regional Government, the Granada City Council and the Granada Provincial Council. Its headquarters are located in Granada's Plaza de la Romanilla, in the heart of the city's historic centre.
Stop at: Puerta Real
Puerta Real de España is a historic urban area in the Spanish city of Granada, autonomous community of Andalusia, strictly speaking it is the crossroads between the beginnings of the streets Reyes Católicos, Recogidas, Ganivet, Mesones, Acera del Darro and Acera del Casino. Popularly it is the reference point of the city centre. Administratively, it is the boundary between the neighbourhoods of Realejo-San Matías and Centro-Sagrario.
Stop at: Acera del Darro
The Carrera del Darro is one of the most beautiful walks in Granada, open to the right of the Darro, with its small river below, crossed by two brick and stone bridges called Cabrera and Espinosa, which connect the Churra quarter, between the river and the Alhambra forest, and the Almanzora quarter, which stretched as far as the Gomérez slope.
Stop at: Restaurante Chikito
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Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.