Tourists can admire the rich civil and religious architecture of Granada on this short trip
A quick overview
Visitors who don't have time to stop and appreciate Granada's exceptional heritage can take advantage of thirty horse-drawn carriages, which allow for a rapid overview in pre-agreed sessions of thirty minutes or an hour. Whether you follow a personal itinerary or one arranged by the driver, the journey will take you through the old Colonial structures, whose Moorish reflections have brought the city the nickname of Gran Sultana (the Great Sultan); the traveller also won't miss a review of the local religious architecture, which is of significant monumental importance: the facade of the San Francisco Convent or the Church of Guadalupe are must-sees, as is the Iglesia Cathedral and San Francisco Church. Through the narrow appearance of its layout, you'll encounter the Estación del Ferrocarril (Railway Station) or Parque Central, which may just be the surprise visitors are after.