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We visited twice, once on a guided tour and then again on our own. The guided tour gave us an idea of what we were getting into and just how much is actually there, but our second visit gave us chance to explore properly. The...More
I signed up for the 9:00 AM Alhambra Ticket with Audio Guide including Nasrid Palaces offer valued at $51.23. To my disappointment when I arrived to pick up the audio guide and headset at the Granavision Welcome Visitor Centre I was informed that the headsets...More
If you are in the area - you absolutely have to visit, but we drove 3 hours from Seville and it didn't blow me away. nice not to have the crowds when we went in January and the weather was fine. we'd heard it's difficult...More
This is one of the worlds truly things to see. It is huge and words are hard to explain. What amazed me was the use of Roman technology in the 1100's. I don't believe anywhere else in the world this has happened. The Arabs had...More
I visited the Alhambra with my partner without a guide (or audio guide). We arrived around 1pm and had our visit inside Nasrid Palace at 2pm. This was a perfect amount of time to explore the Palace of Charles V and the Alcazaba.
Had a great visit except that you have a scheduled time to see both palaces and since they both have lines it took an hour to get through the first palace then the second line and the man turned us away. Sneared and said our...More
If you’ve booked on line, it is best to avoid any hassle by collecting your tickets the evening before from the farthest away gate (and be sure to bring your passports). The security man will allow you past the strap barrier to the ticket counter....More
The Alhambra is a must see. A tour guide may be helpful because the area is quite large and if you’re on a time crunch you’ll want to see some key pieces for sure. Definitely not a place I would bring children under the age...More
Huge complex with plenty of things to see. Visited the Alcazaba, Gardens and Generalife.
Do buy your tickets upfront online especially for the Nasrid Palace. Tickets for the Palace are really limited. Our mistake was we booked to late so we didn't get to see...More
Hi..The Gate of Justice is the closest to Nasrid.We entered through this gate.You can linger around the courtyard in front of Nasrid or if they dont allow you in just yet at the gates, it is only 5min walk.
We did not go at night. We were confused like you by their horrible website.I realized it is confusing because the Alhambra people themselves are confused, or intentionally confusing so you end up buying multiple tickets... More
We did not go at night. We were confused like you by their horrible website.I realized it is confusing because the Alhambra people themselves are confused, or intentionally confusing so you end up buying multiple tickets! Just get an entrance ticket and you will see ´everything’ within 4-5 hours during the day. Just be careful of their asinine insistence of not allowing entering some locations twice! Also none of the ticket people st door and inside speaks a word of English. Exits from sites are better indicated than entrances!!