Walk through the maze of narrow, winding alleyways as you smell the scent of jasmine that fills the neighborhood. Enjoy the impressive views of the Alhambra, discover the Cármenes of Granada and admire the typical Moorish houses. After exploring the streets of the Albaicín, head to the Sacromonte. Learn about the history of the people who accompanied the troops of the Catholic king and how they settled in this neighborhood after reconquering the city in the 15th century. Sacromonte is famous for its limestone caves located in the hill, inside which people dance and sing flamenco. It is a place like no other, brimming with history and culture.