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Skip-The-Line Alhambra and Generalife Expert Guided Tour
$71.45 per adult
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Alhambra and Generalife Small-Group Guided Tour in Granada. Skip the line
$59.34 per adult
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Skip The Line Alhambra and Nasrid Palaces Guided Tour
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Alhambra: Nasrid Palaces & Generalife Ticket with Audioguide
$38.75 per adult
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Alhambra and Generalife Skip-the-Line Ticket with Official Guide
$42.38 per adult
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Alhambra and Generalife Premium-group Guided Tour
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Alhambra, Generalife & Nasrid Palaces: Tour with Fast Track
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Hiking through hanging bridges and cannyons in Los Cahorros (Granada)
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Hiking through hanging bridges and cannyons in Los Cahorros (Granada)

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Los Cahorros is a highly appreciated route among hikers, who have found a natural paradise on this site. In most of the towns of the Sierra Nevada National Park, trekking is often practiced, being Monachil one of these routes, which, due to its great beauty and easy route, is ideal for families, earning a prominent position.<br><br>It is a route where you will have to cross beautiful suspension bridges to discover what this special route hides, as well as its incredible views, waterfalls, natural rock pools, caves and narrow tunnels. This road will take you through some of the most spectacular landscapes of Andalusia.
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chris240582 wrote a review Apr 1
Almunecar, Spain5 contributions1 helpful vote
The Alhambra is beautiful, but there's a definite lack of information. They should look at what places like the Roman Baths in England have done with kids trails, audio guides and information boards. We walked around aimlessly for most of the day. What we did learn was from Wikipedia and Lonely Planet. The Alhambra should provide much more information for visitors to get maximum enjoyment and knowledge.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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David Vitale wrote a review Mar 2021
Marbella, Spain3 contributions
My friends toke me to visit the Alhambra and obviously u can't visit Granada without seeing this monument.. In one word, AMAZING.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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MurtyKnowsMunch wrote a review Mar 2021
London, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
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I travelled here a few years ago before the whole pandemic and spent a week in Granada, during my stay we visited the Alhambra and boy it did not disappoint. We managed to get hold of some cheap entry tickets (€8/9), upon arrival we also decided to get the audio translation set which was around €1. All in all I was mesmerised by the sheer beauty and architecture of the place, with such great wrath of history it truly felt like you were in presence of greatness. There was so much to see and I spent around 8 hours in the Alhambra exploring all the fine beauty of the place. The most beautiful place in Alhambra was the court of the Myrtles and everyone was only allowed an allocated 30 minute time slot in this area as it was definitely the most preserved area with some of the finest architecture you will ever see.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Shez wrote a review Jan 2021
Cape Town5 contributions3 helpful votes
Beautiful citadel and fortress, and rich with history. There are no words that could do justice to the intricate and majectic Islamic architecture that the Alhambra boasts.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mairwen1 wrote a review Jan 2021
United Kingdom3,943 contributions6,081 helpful votes
This was an absolute highlight of our trip to Spain. We spent most of the day here and left with sensory overload. It’s the most beautiful complex – a collection of Moorish palaces, hidden alcoves, gardens, fountains, waterways and the Alcazaba fortress. Just stunning. TICKETS: At the time we were planning our trip, I was unsure what to expect and the Alhambra tickets were a little confusing. In hindsight, the following things would have been helpful to know: * Book online in advance because tickets and time slots sell out. * Go through the official site so you don't pay middle-man fees. * There are a number of different types of tickets but most people want the General Entrance ticket which gives you access to all the areas. This ticket should cost €14.85 pp (includes tax and booking fee) * Entry to the Nasrid Palaces is done by time slot, which you choose when you book your ticket. However, this is the only area with timed entry. The Alcazabar, Generalife, Charles V Palace and museums are not timed. We did the Nasrid Palaces first. This worked really well. Booking an early time slot allows you to take as much time as you like inside the palaces. Everything else, you can see afterwards at your leisure, without the pressure of having to watch the clock. * Do not miss your time slot. I can’t emphasise this enough. We met people on the day who had been late and they simply missed out. Be in the line at least 15 min before your entry time. From the main entry gate, you still have to make your way to the palace entrance where the line starts, next to Charles V Palace. * No backpacks allowed into the Nasrid palaces so if you are bringing one, you’ll have to allow time to get to the locker rooms before lining up. * You are told to bring a printed out copy of your online ticket (one copy for each person) and to bring ID (make sure it's the one you used to book your tickets). No-one checked our ID on the day but we did have to keep our tickets handy because we needed to show it more than once * Some areas are free so if you miss out on a ticket, it is still worth going. However most of what you want to see (the Nasrid Palaces), will require a ticket. * The museums are closed on Mondays GETTING THERE: We walked from Plaza Nueva through the Alhambra forests. It was a lovely uphill walk that took about 15-20 min. The climb is steep but steady and brings you up to the Justice Gate, where you can enter the Alhambra complex. If you don’t already have a ticket, then you are better off going to the main gate instead.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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