The Alhambra is not only the final jewel of al-Andalus but also the first World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in our country. That is why it is so worth visiting, especially without having to wait in lines thanks to the presence of an experienced and qualified tour guide.
Have you already booked your tickets?
If so, congratulations! At certain times of the year, it is extremely difficult to find tickets to visit the Alhambra.
Access pavilion, next to the ticket offices and right in front of the Alhambra wall map (just a few steps from the taxi and bus stop).
Haven’t you got your tickets yet?
If you have not yet purchased your tickets, leave it in our hands. When making your reservation, remember to check the option ‘without tickets’ so we can purchase them for you (subject to availability).
What will you see along this route during this daytime tour?
The Alhambra and the Generalife are clearly divided into four distinct areas that can be visited in a different order depending on the specific Nasrid Palaces´ entry time.
We begin with the color and delicate decoration of the Mexuar, the incomparable sensitivity and harmony of the Comares Palace with its Myrtle courtyard, the confluence of light and the majesty of the areas that make up the Muhammad V palace (known as the Court of the Lions), the rooms built for the Holy Roman Emperor, the splendid reflections rippling in the old Partal Palace pool surrounded by wonderfully landscaped terraces.
The Fortress forms the original military structure of the Alhambra. In addition to being the Nasrid Sultans´ previous residence, today it is an exceptional viewpoint from which to admire the wonders of the city and its surroundings.
Charles V palace invites us to learn about the Alhambra´s Christian history, its new architectural projects, the social changes that took place after the conquest of 1492 … as well as the music and art, both indivisible parts of the complex since being restored in the early part of the XX century.
The Summer Palace, within the Generalife, and its gardens, reveals a world of ‘water, myrtles, and fountains’, as the great poet and playwright from Granada, Federico Garcia Lorca, used to say in his writings, having had his life marked by Granada´s unique beauty.
The tour is exclusively private. You will not be part of any group: You and your companions are the group. ‘Slow tourism’ in its purest form, which is why Granada Wanderer is different from the rest. Without a doubt, this is the best way to get to know the Alhambra in Granada, without queues, with time to enjoy yourself and with the guidance of a qualified professional local tour guide so that your experience is unique and unrepeatable.
A night visit is most definitely possible. Please remember this tour has a slightly different duration and itinerary from the regular daytime visit. Contact us for more information about times and how this tour works.