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Granada: Alhambra Ticket and Arabian Bath Full-Day Tour

1. Granada: Alhambra Ticket and Arabian Bath Full-Day Tour

Become a sultan of old Andaluz on a sightseeing tour of Alhambra, combined with a visit to a luxurious Arabian spa in the evening. In the morning, explore the history of Granada on a private tour of Alhambra and Generalife. One of the most important structures of the Middle Ages, Alhambra is also one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the world. Learn about the 9th-century palace and fortress, and marvel at its magnificent mix of Moorish and Spanish culture. A hallmark of Granada's Moorish traditions is its use of water, especially in the Arabic baths. Granada's Hammam Al Andalus is a great way to unwind in the evening after a cultural day at Alhambra and Generalife. At Hammam Al Andalus, be welcomed in by the aromatic scent of essential oils. Bathing in the pools of different temperatures is a sure way to be eased into a state of heavenly calm, and if any stress still lingers, treat yourself to an optional massage.

Alhambra and Granada Day Tour from Roquetas de Mar, Almeria

2. Alhambra and Granada Day Tour from Roquetas de Mar, Almeria

Take this full-day excursion from Roquetas de Mar to explore the most visited site in Spain, the exquisite Alhambra in Granada. Start the morning with a drive through the Sierra Nevada, between the rivers Darro and Genil. Passing through the desert of Tabernas, you'll reach the golden, · cobblestoned city of Granada where you will get some free time to explore it on your own pace. Attractions you will see include the Nasrid Palaces & the Generalife Gardens.  Move on to the monumental Alhambra and get skip-the-line entry to explore the vast complex, constructed during the mid-14th century by the Berber rulers of the Emirate of Granada in al-Andalus. You will also see the Renaissance palace built by Emperor Charles V inside the Arab stronghold. One of Spain’s most magnificent examples of Moorish architecture, the Alhambra delights with its harmonious blend of Islamic architecture and dreamy gardens. Take a pause for lunch before driving back along the Mediterranean coast, skirting the Sierra Nevada National Park to Roquetas de Mar on the sunny Mediterranean Coast.

From Costa del Sol: Granada, Alhambra + Nasrid Palaces Tour

3. From Costa del Sol: Granada, Alhambra + Nasrid Palaces Tour

Discover the secrets of the Alhambra Palace, the most-visited attraction in Spain. Relax with pickup from different meeting points on the Costa del Sol and in Malaga before making your way to the palace. Along the way, take in the panoramic views of the Sierra de Malaga before you reach the historic city of Granada. Upon arrival at the Alhambra, visit the palace of Charles V, the Generalife Gardens, the Nasrid palaces and the famous Patio de los Leones. Enjoy free time in the Granada city center, where you can explore the architecture of one of the most magical and emblematic cities in the world. Also take time to enjoy the exquisite gastronomy of the area before returning to the Costa de Sol.

Private Alhambra Tour From Malaga & Surrounds

4. Private Alhambra Tour From Malaga & Surrounds

Learn about the history of Granada on this six-hour guided tour of the Alhambra and Generalife summer palace with a skip-the-line ticket. A specialist and historian guide will lead you around the vast complex, dating back more than 600 years. Marvel at a magnificent mix of Islamic art and culture. Your tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off via private coach.  Then,  you will be driven to the Alhambra (about 1.5 hours) to visit the Alhambra with your official tour guide. See Nasrid Palace where you will enjoy the Mexuar, Comares and Lions courtyard; Alcazaba - the Military Fortification; and Generalife the recreational Palace and Gardens. After the 2.5-hour tour, enjoy an hour on your own exploring outside or inside Alhambra where you can visit shops, restaurants and museums.   On this guided tour you will feel the spirit of the last Muslim bastion in Spain. Yusuf is still here – in spirit. So is his father, Ismail I, and his son, Muhammed V. These three sultans were largely responsible for the Palacio Nazaríes – the 14th-century miracle that shines as the Alhambra’s jewel. To amble through these chambers and corridors is to step into Al-Andalus, to feel the energy of a civilization that held such a significant portion of Europe in its grip for eight centuries. Its matters of state still whisper in the Mexuar – a meeting place for ministers, all floral tiles and tapering columns, whose later conversion into a chapel could not conceal its Moorish origins. Its afternoons at play still haunt the Patio de los Leones – an intricate courtyard, the core of royal life under Muhammed V, where fountains splash. And its sophistication still flickers around the Palacio de Comares. 

Full Day in Granada Alhambra and "Dobla de Oro" Monuments

5. Full Day in Granada Alhambra and "Dobla de Oro" Monuments

The history of the Alhambra doesn’t make sense without the history of Granada. To appreciate the splendor of both histories even more, there’s nothing better than a full-day, combined visit accompanied by the best specialist guides in Granada. This experience includes a guided visit to the Alhambra, with tickets included and an itinerary specially designed to adapt the visit to the entry time for the Nasrid Palaces. You’ll be able to walk around the Court of the Lions and the Court of the Myrtles, following in the footsteps of the sultans and kings that once lived there. Wander through the stunning gardens of the Generalife and Partal and be taken aback by their beauty. There’s no better way to end the day than by visiting Granada, the city that beholds the Alhambra. The Dobla de Oro invites you to submerge yourself in a cultural landscape like no other, a dazzling itinerary which allows you to explore Granada’s great Hispanic Muslim monuments, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site: Casa Morisca de la Calle Horno de Oro, the Bañuelo, the Casa del Chapiz, the Palacio de Dar al-Horra and the Casa de Zafra. Benefit from a guided visit in a premium group that will leave you with the best memories of your visit to Granada.

Alhambra and Albaicín Full-Day Private Tour from Seville

6. Alhambra and Albaicín Full-Day Private Tour from Seville

Depart Seville and travel to Granada for a guided tour of the vast palace and gardens of the Alhambra. Benefit from the services of an official guide to get expert interpretations of the city's history. Explore every corner of the former fortress of the Nasrid rulers, such as the chambers of the Mexuar, Comares Palace and the magnificent Palace of the Lions (Palacio de los Leones). Visit the sultan’s summer palace and marvel at the gardens of the Generalife. Drive into the historic city center for lunch (own expense) and a private guided walking tour of the Albaicín quarter. Stroll down narrow streets past whitewashed houses, churches, gardens and flower-filled balconies.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 684 reviews

This private taxi and private tour was the best! Our driver (Jose) tailored our drive to our interests (lookout point [Placeta de S. Nicolás] and great espresso) and allotted time for us to visit city center. Bring a taxi allowed us to enter otherwise restricted areas. Our tour guide (Jose Francisco)of the Alhambra was extremely knowledgeable (everyone of my many questions was answered) and accommodating to our interests. He allowed some decisions for our itinerary. I take a lot of photos (used 2 batteries) and Jose showed us where to get the best shots. This tour is expensive but worth every penny. It was the highlight of our visit.

It was great, the only comment is that the bus had very weak AC which was suffocating on the way back and the guide showing us the Nasrid palace said misleading historical information & some wronged cultural thoughts which he mentioned was Islamic. Other than that it was perfect.

Memorable. Also fantastic scenery on the journey there and back. Excellent guides. Alhambra guide worth a special mention, think her name was Patricia.

Picked up in Malaga at 8:10 am and good journey to Granada. Really great guided tour of the Alhambra.

Great place, beautiful architecture. I highly recommend.