Get your tickets ahead of time.
It’s one of the most visited monuments in Spain, so if you want to visit the red city you must book your tickets in advance. Schedule your visit and choose if you want to go with a guided group or if you prefer a private tour.
Choose a guided visit or a private tour.
Both options are excellent to get to know the Alhambra in depth.The guided group visits allow you to know all the ins and outs of the spaces through detailed explanations. The private tour will focus on the parts you and your travel companions are most interested in.
Pay attention to the weather
Due to the new vegetation that surrounds the area, it’s usually quite cold in winter. In Granada temperatures usually dip because of its proximity to the Sierra Nevada, and it’s colder up in the Alhambra than down in the city because of its surrounding forest. It’s advisable to wear warm clothes.
If you’re visiting in the summer it’s advisable to bring a hat and sunscreen, because there are areas where shade is scarce.
Wear comfortable shoes.
The visit can last more than four hours, so in order to enjoy the space and avoid being fatigued wear comfortable shoes that allow you to stand and walk around the premises.
Enjoy and soak up the History.
Let yourself be seduced by the most emblematic and majestic Arab monument in our country. Stroll through the Nasrid Palaces and breathe in the aromas of the flowers in the gardens of Generalife. Awaken the senses and relive the times that created the Alhambra.