There's more to Granada than the Alhambra, and that's what this tour is all about. You'll visit the Palace of Charles V and explore the Moorish-era Albaicin district. And you'll also get the chance to search for souvenirs in the Alcaiceria bazaar before visiting the Royal Chapel.
First up is the Renaissance Palace of Charles V, which is in the Alhambra complex, but was built 35 years after the fall of the Emirate. Stroll around its colonnaded courtyard before heading to the Albaicin, on the hill on the opposite bank of the River Darro. Its winding streets of traditional Moorish homes often offer amazing vistas of the Alhambra.
Next, amble through the Arabesque Alcaiceria, where you can grab Moorish-style trinkets such as pashminas, lanterns and earthenware. Rounding off the day is a visit to the Royal Chapel, the mausoleum of the Catholic Kings, Ferdinand and Isabella, who conquered Granada from the Moors. Behind its Gothic façade, lies a wealth of treasures.