Granada City Sightseeing Tour

Alhambra Granada

Over the river and through the hills. Nope, not to Grandma’s.

Unless, of course, she lives in Granada. Crossed by two rivers and sprawling over two hills, Granada is a stunning destination with old-world charm and romantic vistas. But sprawling doesn’t exactly make touring that easy. Or that easy on the feet. But we do, with a double-decker open-air bus that you can take on a 80-minute tour with pre-recorded commentary. Or simply use it as a taxi to hop on and off wherever and whenever you like along the route. And what a route it is, including Alhambra, a lavish Moorish palace that’s a World Heritage Site and Spain’s most visited tourist attraction. And of course, the Granada Cathedral, another of the town’s most spectacular buildings. Your bus pass is good for 2 days, so the looking is easy. The Granada City Sightseeing Tour. Even grandma would approve.

Here’s what’s included:

    • A voucher valid for 48 hours on a Hop on/Hop off open-air double-decker tour bus
    • 11 stops throughout Granada and departures every 20 - 40 minutes
    • English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Portuguese commentary
    • Groups of 10 or more get a 5% discount on Granada City Sightseeing Tour



    • Exchange the Rail Europe voucher for your Granada City Sightseeing tour.
    • Voucher must be exchanged within 3 months of the date of purchase.
    • Hours of Operation are from 9:30 am - 6:00 pm.
    • Child rates are valid for children ages 8-16.
    • Some buses may be wheelchair accessible. Please inquire locally.
    • Prices are subject to change.
Where are the bus stops located and what landmarks can I reach from each stop?

  • Cathedral, Capilla Real, Royal Chapel, Palace of the Madraza, Corral Del Carbon, Alcaiceria, Ayuantamiento
  • Acera del Darro (Pathway of the Darro), Church of Santo Domingo, Nuestra SRA. De Las Angustias
  • Av. Sta. Maria de la Alhambra Carmen de los Martires, Casa Molino Angel Ganivet Centro Cult Manuel de Falla
  • Alhambra (originally a military post was turned into a lavish palace by its Moorish occupants.)
  • Palace of Congress, Emieta de san Sebastian, Alcazar del Genil
  • Parque de las Ciencias
  • Museum Federico G’Lorca, Museum of Garcia Lorca
  • Arabial
  • University of Granada Campus, Church of San Juan De Dios
  • Monastery of the Cartuja (limited afternoon service), Church of Fray Leopoldo, Royal Hospital
  • Plaza de Toros (Bull Fighting Arena), Museum of San Juan de Dios, Palace Dar-Al Horra