Visit the jewel of the Andalusian Heritage, the Alhambra of Granada, one of the most visited monument in Spain and masterpiece of the Muslim art in Europe, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Discover this magnificent monument with its famous Nasrid Palaces and the Generalife Gardens, the ancient residence of the Arab kings and sultans of Al-Andalus. Discover one of the finalists of the contest “The new seven wonders of the world” during this 2.5 hours.
With this visit, you are guaranteed a fantastic way to explore this unique monument. At the agreed time your representative will meet you at the meeting point and will give your Priority Entrance Tickets for The Alhambra this way you'll avoid the long lines for entry. The visit starts at the main entrance of the Alhambra. For 2.5 hours you will walk around through the streets, palaces, courtyards and gardens of the Alhambra with your electronic guide, without anyone to distract you from this unique experience. You can make this self-guided visit making as many stops along the way as you like, without having to follow a guide or a group. This way you can enjoy at maximum the inner beauty of this unique spot.
Before starting the visit, your representative will deliver a map of the monument and give you some advice about your visit. You will always have the support for any questions you might have as you will be provided a contact phone number for emergencies. Depending on the visiting hours for the Nasrid Palaces, your representative will indicate you the best itinerary so you cannot leave any corner of the Alhambra unexplored.
Discover the Nasrid Palaces, the former residence of the Moorish sultans strolling through mythical places of the Royal Complex like the Palacio de Comares (Comares Palace), Patio de los Arrayanes (Court of the Myrtles), Salón de los Embajadores (Hall of the Ambassadors) and of course, the Patio de los Leones (Court of the Lions) with the famous "Fountain of Lions", the symbol of the Alhambra.
After that it's recommended to visit the Palace of Charles V, of Renaissance style, which appears on a big contrast with Islamic architecture of the environment.
Another highlight and indispensable site is The Generalife Gardens, used by the Muslim kings of Granada as a summer residence, one of the oldest surviving Moorish gardens and also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the Alhambra Palace and gardens, and the Albayzín district.