From: 2016-03-14 To: 2017-03-31


14/03/2016 - 06/11/2016 y 27-31/03/2017: Daly, except Mondays 07/11/2016-26/03/2017: Tue. & Sat.


8:30 h


8:15 h


11 ½ hours approx.


Pernaleros Alto str. nº 41


Pernaleros Alto str. nº 41

Let yourself be enchanted by the ‘duende’ and magic of flamenco and enjoy a delicious dinner. Explore Granada on board our ‘Hop on & Hop off’ train

Useful information:

  • Flamenco is the dancing and singing that characterize several Spanish regions and attract millions of visitors.
  • Sacromonte stands out for its all white caves buildings. This neighbourhood is also known for being the cradle of flamenco.
  • The most well-known postcard of Granada is the Alhambra. This palatial city was built by the monarchs of the Nasrid dynasty and is characterized by its reddish colour.
  • The Mirador de San Nicolás is the perfect place to admire a magnificent sunset over Granada.

Enjoy the purest Flamenco born in the heart of the Albayzin’s mountain at El templo del Flamenco. Live an experience of life in the most beautiful flamenco cave in Andalusia, which legend says that it was a clandestine temple of religious cults and where now we pay homage to our most universal art: the Flamenco.

In addition to the show take a typical granadinian dinner at El Templo del Flamenco or alternatively, enjoy a drink while enjoying the show.

Typical granadinian menu is composed by:
– Main course: El Templo Salad, “Salmorejo” (typical cold tomato dish) or “Mar y Nieve” Soup.
– Second course: Pork loin medallions, Swordfish or “Morisco” Chicken.
– Dessert: “Pionono de Santa Fe” (typical pastrie from Granada) or Chocolate Coulant.

Included drinks are: one glass of drink or water.

You will also have all the day to discover Granada on your own path with the hop-on hop-off Granada City Tour Train. The train features a panoramic roof, open deck in summer, and on board audio guides in 12 languages (with 2 special kids channels in Spanish and English).

The Alhambra Route runs during the day, while the City Centre Route is an evening train that takes in Granada’s great nighttime atmosphere.

Alhambra Route (Green Line – every 15-20 minutes)
• Alhambra
• Cuesta Gomérez
• Plaza Nueva
• Paseo de los Tristes
• Plaza Abad / Mirador de San Nicolás
• Plaza San Miguel Bajo
• Plaza Romanilla / Catedral
• Calle Alhóndiga
• Plaza Mariana Pineda
• Calle Molinos /Campo del Príncipe
• Alhambra Palace

City Centre Route (Red Line – every 30-35 minutes)
• Plaza Nueva
• Paseo de los Tristes
• Plaza Abad /Mirador de San Nicolás
• Plaza San Miguel Bajo
• Plaza Romanilla / Catedral
• Calle Alhóndiga
• Plaza Mariana Pineda

Please note timings of the 2 routes: The Route Alhambra (Green Line) runs 16 March to 15 October from 09:00 to 22:00 (Easter, 25 December, and 5 January until 15:00 only), and from 09:30 to 18:30 from 16 October to 15 March. The City Centre Route (Red Line) runs 1 March to 30 October from 09:00 to 00:00 (no service during Easter or on 25 December and 5 January), and from 08:30 to 23:00 from 1 October to 28 February.

8.30h Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
14/03 – 06/11/2016 & 27-31/03/2017 Eng/Spa Eng/Spa Eng/Spa Eng/Spa Eng/Spa Eng/Spa
07/11/2016-26/03/2017 Eng/Spa Eng/Spa
Included services:
  • Granada City Tour ticket hop on/off (1 day)
  • Entrance to the show at El Templo del Flamenco
  • 1 drink or dinner at El Templo del Flamenco depending on the booked option.
NOT included services:
  • Lunch & beverages except specified.
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Other services not specified.

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