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The Alhambra

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Alhambra Ticket with Audio Guide including Nasrid Palaces
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Alhambra Ticket with Audio Guide including Nasrid Palaces
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The second most visited site in Europe: this breathtaking palace-city is a sophisticated blend of medieval Islamic, Renaissance Christian and modern architectural styles..
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Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 11:30 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Granada
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Palacio de Carlos V, 18009 Granada, Spain
Realejo - San Matias
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Reviewed today

An amazing site not to be missed. To get there by bus from downtown Granada (by the Granada Cathedral) take bus C30 or C32. Cost is 1.40 Euro. If you are in the Chana area you can take bus #4 to Granada Cathedral downtown and...More

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Reviewed today via mobile

Really worthwhile. I’d recommend reading up on it before you go because even the audio guides can’t tell you everything. Get the all in ticket ... excellent value.

Thank 1970doris
Reviewed today via mobile

Don’t fool yourself into thinking this isn’t worth it. Get a guide and go. Enough said. I took so many pictures, and you can continue to take new views on a daily basis

Thank Vacation52694114119
Reviewed today

Loved my visit only unfathomable this is this world heritage site is open on a Monday but the museum on site is closed, my only dissapointment

Thank Robert M
Reviewed yesterday

I was trying to visit "La Alhambra" for the past 15 years, finally had the opportunity and it didn't disappoint. WOW, just WOW...what a magical place. So much history, legacy and human ingenuity at work. If you visit Andalusia this place it has to be...More

Thank R2_Ramirez
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must see if you are in Granada. We stayed in an Airbnb with a balcony facing Alhambra and we took some amazing photos.

Thank rtrtech1999
Reviewed yesterday

Fascinating history & beautiful buildings with great views of the city. We weren't able to find an available tour company (we booked quite last-minute), but the 6 euro audio guide was almost as good.

Thank Georgia H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Alhambra is a five-star venue however I’m writing this review to encourage all to be EXTRA VIGILANT. I was a victim to the following: an accomplice throws a substance on your jacket that appears to be bird dodo (in hind sight resembled raspberry jam) then...More

Thank jiml862
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We spent the whole day here. Firstly in the nasrid palace. This was astonishing. At every turn breathtaking rooms and courtyards. Really well preserved and presented. The route around the palace was well signposted and numbers were restricted so we had plenty of opportunity to...More

Thank Kathupnorth
Reviewed yesterday

Not the individualized or unique travel experience we like but Alhambra is a must see, even with the hoards of people, You must secure a ticket in advance and going with a tour group is the easiest way to do that. Still, it is a...More

Thank Patrice A
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lomei
15 November 2018|
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Response from ilovescones | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about youth tickets in particular but the barcode should be good enough since everything is scanned. We got our tickets through Granada pass and the ONLY part of that pass that you DON't need to go to the ticket... More
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Response from Isobel R | Reviewed this property |
I travelled by bus from Granada to Malaga two weeks ago because of train delays. The bus is very comfortable and was on time, but I didn't see any roadworks or train track works. I don't know where you're staying in Granada... More
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