Meet our team

We are a group of passionate guides dedicated to showing visitors the best of that Granada has to offer. Our team is made up of experienced guides full of knowledge about the history, culture, and art of this beautiful city.

We have a special interest in art, history and culture, so we are well-equipped to provide you with an in-depth and personal understanding of what Granada is all about. We have brushed up our skills in famous touristic places such as Amsterdam, Budapest and Croatia, and have gained a lot of experience and knowledge in different cultures, which we are happy to share with visitors.

Our goal is to give you an authentic and memorable experience, covering everything from history, art and architecture to culture and gastronomy. Our tours make these topics more interactive, engaging and fun. We believe this way you will not only learn about the city but also enjoy the city in a unique and memorable way.

"Life's too short to skip tapas"

With degrees in Art History and Anthropology, and a passion for exploring the city's hidden gems, Dinko is the perfect guide for those looking to delve deep into the history of Granada. Having lived and worked in Venice, Amsterdam, Budapest and Zagreb, he brings a worldly perspective to his tours. Dinko's love for the local culture and customs shines through as he shares captivating stories and insider tips, making your visit to Granada an unforgettable adventure. Get ready to discover the city's rich heritage with Dinko as your guide!

"Collect memories, not just souvenirs"

Meet Paloma, an adventurous spirit with a passion for discovering new cultures and sharing her love for Granada with others. With a degree in anthropology and a background in tourism, Paloma is the perfect tour guide for those looking to delve deep into the heart of a city.
She's spent years exploring the backstreets and hidden gems of some of the world's most fascinating destinations, and now she's eager to share her insider knowledge with visitors to Granada. Whether you're interested in art, architecture, or local folklore, Paloma has a wealth of information at her fingertips!

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Responsible tourism

We believe that travel should be a force for good, benefiting not just the traveler, but also the local communities and the environment. Responsible tourism is about traveling in a way that doesn’t leave negative impacts the negative impacts and maximizes the positive ones. This includes respecting the local culture and customs, supporting local businesses, minimizing waste and pollution, and protecting the natural environment. To that end, we ask all of our visitors to follow a few simple guidelines when exploring with us: please keep noise to a minimum, don’t leave trash behind, and be respectful of the local community and their customs. We’re creating tours and experiences that are not only enjoyable but also sustainable and respectful. Together, we can create a sustainable and enjoyable travel experience for all.
Find out more about responsible tourism on the World Tourism Organization website or visit Responsible Tourism Partnership.

How do we do it?

We believe in providing a unique and authentic travel experience that is respectful of the local communities and environment, and we strive to ensure that our tours have a positive impact on the places we visit. We achieve this by keeping our tour groups small, minimizing noise pollution, exploring lesser-known locations, and leaving places better than we found them by collecting any trash along the way. We make an effort to minimize our environmental impact by using only recyclable materials and sourcing our products, such as gifts, from local shops or artists to support the local economy.

What can you do?

Here are some tips on how to be a responsible tourist:

  • Choose sustainable, shared and efficient transportation options that replace the negative impacts of traditional modes of transportation such as congestion, pollution, and waste. You could use the bicycle to travel within the cities and buses for longer distances in order to reduce your environmental footprint.
  • Travel independently or in small groups. That way you're minimizing the impact on regular activities of the locals and produce less noise and commotion.
  • Encourage the local development at your destination by supporting local producers and services that benefit vulnerable communities. Purchase only what you need and pay a fair price that does not harm the local economy or the livelihoods of business owners and employees.
  • Respect and care for natural resources by choosing products and services that promote sustainable use and protect the native flora and fauna. Properly dispose of garbage and collaborate with local sanitation and cleaning programs.
  • Adjust your travel schedule to avoid peak tourist seasons and overcrowded areas. Consider traveling on weekdays instead of weekends or visiting coastal areas during the off-season to enjoy milder temperatures.
  • Be tolerant and familiarize yourself with the social norms of the places you are visiting to avoid behavior that cause discomfort or offense to locals.
  • Social media's promotion of certain places as essential for capturing the perfect photo, which everyone seems to have, can result in significant disruptions to the daily lives of local communities. This ultimately detracts from the appeal of the location for visitors, leading to overcrowding, increased crime, and negative consequences for the local population. Instead of flocking to the typical tourist hotspots, try exploring lesser-known, beautiful and fascinating places off the beaten path.