Morning Tour: Daily
Afternoon Tour: Daily except Sunday & Monday
You have the use of the Audio Guide for 24 hours
The Alhambra Audio Tour lasts 3 hours
The Alhambra Palace opens at 8:30am. There are two visiting sessions; Morning from 8:30am to 2:00pm and Afternoon from 2:00pm to 8:00pm. Your tickets could be for either session.
Pick your Alhambra Ticket and your Audioguide Tourist Navigator GPS the same day of your Alhambra visit, between 8:30am to 9am at Welcome Visitor Centre, located in Paseo de la Sabica, 15 next to the Alhambra, just 200m from the Parking Number 1. The time of entry to the Nasrid Palaces will be in your ticket.
You should drop your audio guide back at the Welcome Visitor Centre.
When booking the tour, please fill your full name, passport number, nationality, age and date of birth in the special requests section. You have to carry the same on the day of your visit for security check.
The Alhambra Palace and Gardens; a UNESCO World heritage site, is one of the finest examples of Moorish architecture in Spain. Set against the backdrop of the snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountains, the Alhambra Palace is an exquisite combination of opulent pavilions, adorned with intricate mosaics separated by tranquil pools, fountains, and promenades.
With this package you can explore the Alhambra Palace at your own pace using the excellent GPS audio guide and not be rushed by the speed of a large group or guide.
When you have completed your Alhambra visit, you can use your audio guide to tour Granada. As you walk round town, it will tell you about the places of interest and can deliver up-to-date information about restaurants and shops.
More about the Navigator (Audio Guide): The Navigator includes a GPS guided system. You can use it to discover the fastest route from your location to the place you want to visit, or maybe to learn about the monuments you’ll find around yourself. The Navigator gives information in multiple formats, for example, audio descriptions of monuments, text for schedules and prices as well as images. The Navigator offers information in 5 languages: English, German, Spanish, Italian & French.
Your excellent audio guide contains around three hours of information about the Alhambra Palace and will give an in-depth tour of the three main parts of the Alhambra Palace. The Royal Palace, the Gardens of Generalife and the fortress of Alcazaba. The Royal Palace: The Royal Palace interior is lavishly decorated. Surfaces are adorned with intricate geometric designs skillfully executed in marble, glazed tile and alabaster. The Palace is divided into three sections. The first is the Mexuar where business, government, and palace administration took place. This section includes the Oratory and the striking Golden Room. The second section is the Serrallo, where the sultans held court and entertained their ambassadors. In the heart of the Serrallo is the Court of the Myrtles with its long pool flanked by myrtle trees. The decorative tiles here are said to be some of the finest in the Alhambra. The Serrallo is also home to the Hall of the Ambassadors, which has a spectacular carved throne and a domed cedar-wood ceiling. The third section of the Palace is the Harem, which in its time was entered only by the sultan, his wives and concubines, young children and eunuchs. The delightful Court of the Lions lies at the harem’s heart. The courtyard is named for the 12 lions, thought to represent the months or signs of the zodiac, which support the fountain at the center. The Alcazaba: The Alcazaba is the Alhambra Palace’s original fortress. You will be able to walk up the steps to the watchtower for some splendid panoramas of Granada. You will also see the Royal Baths, where the sultans' favourite beauties once relaxed in brightly tiled pools, and the Renaissance palace of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. The Generalife: The Generalife was the summer retreat for the Moorish kings. Here you will stroll through the spectacular gardens, said to have been inspired by the Koranic description of Paradise. You will see tall columnar cypress trees, roses, orange trees, oleanders and other flowers as well as tranquil pools and tinkling fountains. When you finish at the Alhambra, you can still enjoy touring Granada with your Tourist Navigator. As you walk around, this ingenious device can tell you about whatever is in front of you at the time. If you want to have a meal in a restaurant you just type in the price range of the restaurant or the kind of cuisine and your Navigator will come up with a list of suggestions. It will then guide you to the restaurant of your choice. It’s the same with shops or sports facilities. Tell the Navigator what you are looking for and it will present you with a list of possibilities.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Please carry your passport on the day of your visit for security check.
Call the local activity operator at least 24 hours before the organised activity to confirm departure details.
Keep your Alhambra ticket during your time in the Palace; you may be asked to show the tickets many times at different access points.
The time printed on your ticket to Nasrid Palace cannot be changed.
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