I intended to visit both La Alcazaba and Castillo de Gibralfaro, the former being halfway up a steep hill to the latter. I found out when I got to La Alcazaba that there is no access from it to Gibralfaro and to get from one to the other one has to climb back down one part of the hill and climb up another. Not being much of a mountain goat, I stuck with La Alcazaba. It is not for the faint-hearted as parts of the structure are linked by steep, narrow, external, stone flights of steps without handrails. The architecture is recognisably Moorish with some decoration and a few artefacts on display. There are garden areas and impressive portals. There is a lift down.
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