The journey towards Granada follows the same route marked by the American writer Washington Irving in XIX century. We come across near cities and towns like Alcalá de Guadaira, El Arahal, Osuna, o St.ta Fe, mentioned in his book "Tales of the Alhambra", crossing olive trees, cereal and fruit trees grounds, as well as mountains and valleys where the writer used to imagine bandits and smugglers from Andalusian mountainous regions in his romantic vision from Spain. (read more)
We arrive to Granada, where we visit the Alhambra , and inside it, the Alcazaba or military fortress, the Nasrid Palaces , Granadian Sultans' residence, with its famous Courts (Lions and Myrtles Courts), the Medina, and Charles V Palace. Later on we go to the Generalife , where we visit the sultans' summer palace and its marvelous gardens around.
After the visit, the vehicle will take us to the historical city centre, free time for lunch and return to Seville.