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Private tours from Malaga: the best option to visit Granada | 01 JUL

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A private visit to Granada from Malaga is a perfect opportunity for any visitor or resident of the city. Malaga's location in the heart of Andalusia makes it the perfect city from which to visit Granada, Seville, and even Cordoba.

Why Granada?

Surpassing the record number of 5 million visitors in 2019, Granada is one of the most visited cities in Spain, and for good reasons:

  • A unique history and culture: after the process of 'The Reconquest', Granada was the last city to remain under Muslim rule, remaining so for almost two centuries longer than the rest of al-Andalus. The Nasrid culture can be seen in its streets, its facades, and above all in the magnificent Alhambra.
  • Its impressive monuments: The variety of artistic and architectural styles that Granada offers is unmatched: the Alcazaba, the Palace of Carlos V, the palace and gardens of the Generalife, the Nasrid Palaces... These are just some of the many places you can see on your visit to Granada.
  • Travelers' favorite: Surpassing the record figure of 5 million visitors in 2019, Granada is the second most visited city in Spain.

What to see in Granada?

There are many interesting places and corners that you can find in this city, but these are some of the most important and that you cannot miss during your visit:

  • The Alhambra: one of the most visited monuments in the country, the Alhambra is a set of fortresses, gardens, and palaces. It is the most important architectural complex of Andalusian origin in the world, in its gardens and halls, you can admire the impressive legacy of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, but also Renaissance and Gothic elements.
  • The Albaicín neighborhood: It is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Granada, with a charm and a wealth that never ceases to surprise anyone who walks through its streets. On a walking tour of the Albaicín neighborhood, you will find palaces, gardens, Arab baths, and Muslim architecture… some of the best-preserved Arab buildings in Spain are found here.

What other places can I visit from Malaga?

The special situation of Malaga in the center of Andalusia makes it the perfect city from which to organize visits to some of the most beautiful places in the Andalusian community: Granada, Seville, Cordoba, Ronda... you can even get to know Morocco by visiting the neighboring city of Tangier!

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Let’s go over some of the other most interesting excursions that you can do from Malaga:

  • Seville: the city of Seville is also one of the most visited in Spain, there you can see the impressive Plaza de España, the Giralda, or the Cathedral of Seville, one of the largest cathedrals in the world.
  • Cordoba: in Cordoba, you will find the wonderful palatial city of Medina Azahara, apart from one of the largest Muslim temples in the world: the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba.
  • Gibraltar: Gibraltar is located in the narrow passage that separates Europe from Africa. An enclave of great historical importance, full of culture and above all with incredible views.

You can not miss any of these magnificent opportunities, come now to these unforgettable trips and many more by consulting our offer of visits and excursions from Malaga.

How can I make a visit to Granada from Malaga?

Planning the outward and return transport, planning itineraries, buying tickets, fitting schedules... Organizing a trip of this type can become a real headache, that's why we recommend that you forget about all these worries by hiring a private tour with an expert guide.

With our day trip from Malaga to Granada, we will take care of all this for you. We'll pick you up at your hotel, so you don't even have to cross the street, and we'll also drop you off right there on the way back from the trip. You will also enjoy a two-hour tour of the Albaicín neighborhood with a professional guide. And forget about waiting in line, it includes a skip-the-line entrance to the Alhambra and even the possibility of a guided tour of it.

Come with us to discover Granada!