Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 19 people|
What the experience includes
Welcome to the Alhambra! Discover the most visited monument in the country and one of the most beautiful in the world, an authentic palatine city, capital of the Nasrid Kingdom. Some of the questions we will answer are the meaning of Alhambra or what made Washington Irving write about this magical place.
Enter this World Heritage Site, delight yourself with its unique views from the Alcazaba and its imposing Torre de la Vela and discover the jewel in the crown, the Nasrid Palaces, its Islamic rooms will make you travel back in time and between the murmur of the water, its incredible smell of myrtle and its play of lights, you will feel like a member of the Nasrid family.
Do you know why there are 12 lions and why all the columns are different? Come with us and we will discover an authentic universe of Islamic symbolism.
Amidst slender trees and colourful vegetation, we will arrive at the Generalife pleasure palace. With its splendid gardens and fountains. You can also discover what the Catholic Monarchs did there.
Find out why all travellers come back talking about this unique place in the world with centuries of history at its feet.
Everything you need to know
- Tour not accessible for people with reduced mobility
- Prams must be left in the cloakroom.
All visitors must provide the following information to visit the Alhambra:
➢ Name and surname
➢ IDENTITY CARD NUMBER
➢ Date of birth
- Tickets for the entire Alhambra complex: the Nasrid Palaces, the gardens and palace of the Generalife and the Alcazaba fortress.
- Personal wireless audio system.
- Official tour guide.
- Children from 0 to 5 years old, free!
Stop at: Alhambra
The Alhambra is a monumental complex on the site of an Andalusian palace city in Granada, Spain. It consists of a complex of ancient palaces, gardens and fortress initially designed to house the emir and the court of the Nasrid Kingdom, later as a royal residence for the Castilians and their representatives. Its artistic uniqueness lies in the interiors of the Nasrid palaces, whose decoration is among the best in Andalusian art, as well as in its location and adaptation, generating a new landscape but totally integrated with the pre-existing nature. It also houses a museum of Andalusian art, the city's main art gallery and a former convent that has been converted into a Parador hotel.
More infoWhat to bring
ID card or passport: If this document is not presented at the entrance to the monument, you will not be allowed to enter.
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.