Generalife, 18009 Granada - Main entrance pavilion. Esplanade. "Punto de encuentro/meeting point" signpost.
The ending location will depend on the schedule of the visit, it could be at Generalife Pavilion or Carlos V Palace. Alternative finishing point: Plaza Nueva.
Join a private tour of the Alhambra and Granada and enjoy a broad, deep overview of the city’s history and culture. Your private tour guide armed with a vast knowledge of history will tell you everything you did not know about this wonderful city as you get a first-hand look at the wonders to be found at one of Spain’s most visited monuments.
Granada is undoubtedly one of the most charming cities in Andalusia, with its cobbled streets, lookout points, Moorish quarter, and the cathedral. But the truth is that its main highlight is the hill which rises above the city, home to one of the most important symbols of the Middle Ages on this peninsula: The Alhambra. A place that has endured centuries of history to become an architectural, historical and cultural landmark. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 and is a favorite destination for tourists around the world.
Step inside the platinum city to see the Patio de los Leones and the Patio de los Arrayanes, and to learn about the stories of the sultans and kings who once lived there. Admire the delicate gardens of the Generalife and the Partal and recreate the steps of the illustrious personages who lived there and realized the importance of the sublime Alhambra.
Visit the stately homes of nobles from the Nasrid era and the silk merchants, the Albaicín Quarter and the “Dobla de Oro” Spanish-Muslim Monuments, and the Hammams or Arab baths, discovering the traditions which Arab culture left behind. Soak in the architecture, the folklore and multiculturalism that make it so special.
But don’t do it the way other people do: they miss out on one whole half of Granada. Come on this full tour and get to see the imperial Christian Granada and the magical Muslim Alhambra.
This whole day experience in Granada is a real must for people like you, who truly wish to see the real Andalusia. Dare to experience it!
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Full name, ID or passport number, age and nationality, are mandatory for all visitors including children, as we have to provide a free infant ticket for under 2 years old.
This tour involves walking. Wearing comfortable shoes is highly recommended.
We can adapt the visit to people with impaired mobility, upon request.
Tickets cannot be transferred from one person to another.
We use secure transmission, your personal information is protected.
A current valid ID or passport is required for all visitors, including children. Otherwise a parent or guardian must sign a liability waiver. La Alhambra won’t accept photocopies.
All reservations must include the name and surname of all participants, their age, ID or Passport and nationality.
You can either present your printed or electronic voucher.
Please note, the tour guide will arrive a few minutes before the tour start time.
Prams or strollers are not allowed inside the monument, we recommend using baby carriers.
Luggage or large backpacks are not allowed inside the monument.
For those who do not wish to walk to the meeting point, we recommend using public transport, rather than coming by car.
A mobile phone with a fully charged battery and headphones may be required.
There will be a lunch break in between the visits to Alhambra and Granada.
Take your ticket and your original ID document with you (ID or passport). The Alhambra won’t accept photocopies.
The Alhambra tickets will be sent to you a few days in advance, to the email address used for booking. During the visit you may just show the QR code in your mobile, it is not necessary to print the tickets. If you have not received the email, please check your spam or junk mail folder.
Please, be aware that you can enter each section of La Alhambra only once, if you use your ticket to enter the monument without your guide, you will miss the guided visit, as your ticket cannot be used a second time.
Children must also bring their ID document. Otherwise, the legal guardian will need to sign an authorisation at the ticket office. You can ask your guide for assistance if needed.
Note: Tour operator reserves the right to make minor changes to the itinerary if necessary, due to unforeseeable or unpreventable circumstances.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organized activity to reconfirm.
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