I love Granada and Andalucia, the ancient history and mythology of its cities and towns, its changing landscape, full of mountains, forests and streams.
All provinces of Andalucia have singularities that make them unique and special, but for me among all there is no other like GRANADA for the sinuosity of its narrow streets and neighborhoods, the majestic and almost heavenly presence of the Sierra Nevada, the sensual magic of his lush nights.
Granada is not just a historical city where sightseeing.
There is no day that I can't get excited when I walk through the streets and suddenly, unexpectedly the Alhambra appears, the fortress of the talking walls and singing waters, one of the monuments with more soul in the world, whose rough stone keeps in its most sublime inner beauty.
And what I like most is that I can share these feelings and engage with all those who always want new experiences and thus enrich their restless spirits.
My over 10 years experience leading mostly private tours has shown me that nowadays travelers aren't just looking forward to see the sights, but they also want to approach the city they are visiting in a more personable way.
So I have learned to be a mix of the traditional tourguide that knows everything about the city history and sites, and a local expert that can also show you other things not strictly-touristy.
BECAUSE EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT. . . I ADAPT
It's not the same to travel with kids than with seniors or someone who's have only a few hours because they travel on a cruise of those who spend 2 0 3 days in the city.
Never two tours are the same. Even the same itinerary needs to be tweaked to match each guest.
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ON A TOUR AND SEEN YOURSELF IN THESE SITUATIONS?
*You were sharing it with more people and you weren't entirely comfortable.
*The guide's explanations at a particular stop didn't interest you at all.
*You felt 'just one more'. Everything about the excursion felt like it was prepared for a large group of people.
I'm sure it is. You like to travel, but probably you haven't always had the option of private tours, where you and your party can discuss with the local expert everything necessary to make your dream experience come true .
I Studied and trained to receive my degree in Tourism in 1993.
I'm flexible and adapt to your schedule, activities and meeting place .
WHAT DO MY TOURS PROVIDE THAT OTHERS DON'T?
According to the reviews of my travelers who shared their experiences with me:
* well planned logistics
* good sense of group needs, can be easily adapted to them. Personal and friendly
* fun, informative and natural
*great knowledge of the culture, history and love for the local food and its people
Please let me know about any special request you have.
ALL THE ALHAMBRA TICKETS ARE INCLUDES IN PRICE!!!!
All you need are comfortable shoes and I'll take care of the rest. . .
A Recent Review of this guide
We loved our food tour with Gaby! She took us to great local places and ordered the best tapas. It was a perfect way to spend an evening in Granada. She is fun and easy to talk to, and shared a lot of great info about the city, the culture and the food. Highly recommend.
Bachelor of Tourism from the Mar del Plata Community College, Buenos Aires, Argentina since 1993. I have my degree approved by the Secretary of Education of Spain.
I can guide you in Granada. If you wish to visit the Alhambra, my services include the participation of an official
Alhambra's association guide