An exclusive product for unique customers like you
An exclusive product for unique customers like you. Enjoy a visit to the Alhambra in a small group, without crowds and with a specialized guide. With this visit you can visit the entire Alhambra, the Nasrid Palaces, the Generalife, the Carlos V Palace, the Medina and Calle Real. Includes visits, skip-the-line tickets and the official guide.
This visit with entrance during daylight hours and a private guide is a unique opportunity for those who wish to visit this monumental complex in a closer way, with a few other travelers, calmly and with the help of an expert official guide just for you.
Live the Alhambra in a different and unique way, with which you will be able to feel all its architectural beauty.
An entire experience at your fingertips that will take you back in time within these ancient walls to the time of Al-Andalus. You will be able to walk through the gardens and palaces of this Andalusian palatine fortress while admiring the numerous inscriptions you will find: poems, sentences, texts from the Koran and ejaculations.
Take advantage of this opportunity to discover this great historical complex of Al-Andalus, an incredible experience!
The visit lasts approximately 3 hours. and a tour where you visit:
Walk of the Cypresses, Generalife Palace, patios and gardens, Medina, Calle Real, Carlos V Palace, Nasrid Palaces: Mexuar, Cuarto Dorado, Patio Arrayanes, Hall of the Boat, Hall of Comares, Hall of the Mocárabes, Hall of Abencerrajes, Hall of the Kings, Hall of the two Sisters, Lindaraja Viewpoint, Courtyard of the Lions, Gardens of the Partal
- Private official guide.
- Skip-the-line entry.
- Headphones for the guide’s explanation.
Visits (Paseo de los Cypresses, Generalife Palace, patios and gardens, Medina, Calle Real, the Palace of Carlos V, Alcazaba, Nasrid Palaces: Mexuar, Cuarto Dorado, Patio Arrayanes, Sala de la Barca, Salón de Comares, Sala de los Mocárabes, Hall of Abencerrajes, Hall of the Kings, Hall of the Two Sisters, Lindaraja Viewpoint, Patio de los Leones, Gardens of the Partal.
Private official guide.
Headphones for the guide’s explanation.
10 minutes before the start time In front of the Alhambra Map Next to the Ticket Office
GPS coordinates: 37º 10′ 26.72″ N 3º 35′ 03.89″ W
Tickets Valid for date and time indicated.
Duration: 3 hours approx.
Comfortable footwear is recommended and in summer elements that protect from the sun.
Children under 2 years visit free.-Limited places
Does not include Transportation to the monument
Adults or minors with any physical or mobility disability must communicate this when making the reservation in OBSERVATIONS and inform the guide AT THE BEGINNING OF THE VISIT due to the access restrictions that the Alhambra has in force.
Please include the data of the people who will enjoy the tickets. Tickets are by name and the details must match those of your identity document for the Alhambra to allow you access to the monument. For children under 12 who do not have ID, enter the ID of the parent or guardian.
IT IS MANDATORY to bring your documentation (ID/original Passport) on the day of the visit. If the data provided does not match those of the visitor, the Alhambra may prevent their access to the monument
The groups have limited places according to current Alhambra Covid 19 regulations and it varies according to the health situation. Due to the current limitation of the number of visitors per day, we recommend you purchase this service as far in advance as possible from 12 months to 1 month before the desired date, as they are easily sold out.
- This activity requires a minimum number of attendees, if this is not reached we will notify you in advance. The starting time could be modified.
- Check your email in advance before the date.
- Arrive on time for your appointment with your ID, the Alhambra does not accept changes in dates, times, or refunds.
- The guide will give you the tickets at the beginning of the visit at the meeting point.
Once visited, nobody forgets it
Our world emblem: the Alhambra and the Generalife. Once visited, no one forgets it. The first time excites, the others love. The most spectacular and famous Islamic palace in the world.The Alhambra was a city, a palace for the kings of the Nasrid dynasty and a fortress.
A World Heritage Site since 1984, the current monumental complex of the Alhambra and the Generalife is the most visited monument in Granada and Spain. Its towers, halls, and palaces: La Alcazaba, the military zone that provides us with amazing views, La Torre de la Vela, residence of the founder and embryo of the future city. The most important construction of the Christian era The Palace of Carlos V, Directed by Pedro Machuca, a disciple of Miguel Angel, it will surprise the visitor for its beauty. In this building is the Museum of the Alhambra, an interesting complement for the traveler, and the Museum of Fine Arts, both with free access. The Nasrid Palaces, the nucleus of the visit, made up of several spaces: the Mexuar, the meeting place for ministers and the oldest palace. The Golden Room, with its extraordinary façade, the Patio de los Arrayanes, falls in love with the reflection in its pool and the perfume and its freshness, the Hall of Ambassadors, the largest and most powerful room filled with religious and courtly symbolism for the audiences with the Sultan, the Patio de los Leones, the most mythical and special place of the Nasrid Palaces, the room of the Two Sisters, destined for the sultan’s favorite ladies, the room of the Abencerrajes, with its amazing dome, the Daxara viewpoint, The eyes of the sultana are the highest expression of Hispano-Muslim art in medieval Europe.
From the fresh and colorful Gardens of the Partal, in a pleasant walk with the sound of water and aromas we can reach the Generalife Gardens. Conceived as the closest thing to Paradise, it was a place of recreation, rest and provisioning for those who inhabited the citadel. It is advisable to enjoy the fountains of the Patio de la Acequia, the love legends of the Patio de la Sultana and enjoy photography from its high gardens in walks at our own pace to perhaps rest after concluding the visit to the Alhambra, the old convent of San Francisco, current Parador de Turismo de Granada, on its magnificent terrace.