Discover the history, secrets, and art of Alhambra palace and fortress complex on a 3-hour guided visit. Avoid the long admission lines and explore the breathtaking beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Alhambra is the most visited monument in Spain. On this 3-hour tour you will have priority access to the monument without the hassle of waiting in line.
Go on a journey in time, to the past and hear the flow of water, feel the bustle of merchants, observe the marching of soldiers in the Alhambra of Granada. Now you are an inhabitant of Granada in the Fifteenth Century. You were born in 1460 and you had the luck of seeing the Alhambra governed by Muslims and by Christians. Remember together what happened here.
Its construction began in the Middle Ages, and it achieved its splendor with the arrival of the Muslims. The Christians continued its legacy. Once you walk through its doors, be amazed by its incredible Arab architecture as you are submerged in the fascinating stories that the walls of the Red Fortress contain. You will explore each room, corner, and garden so that you may feel what it was like to live within this palace.
You will relive what the Sultan of Granada felt when he was within the Hall of the Ambassadors, where his throne room was and the great decisions took place. In this room you will witness the opulence with which they lived. Once you have left the Hall of the Ambassadors, enter the Patio of the Arrayanes. Little by little, evolve in the history of this place, and thus you will arrive to the Palace of Charles V to learn about the man who started the Great Spanish Empire. Continue through the Patio of the Lions where you will learn about its symbols. Further in you arrive at the Hall of the Abencerrajes to marvel at its architecture and relive the massacre of many noble members of the house from which the hall takes its name.
Visit the Royal Baths where you learn more about the history of the monument and its governors. Finally, relax and assimilate in the gardens of the Generalife, a place of quiet and calm within the walled city.