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Alhambra and Generalife Private Guided Tour in Granada

Highlights
  • Avoid a long wait with a skip-the-line private tour of the Alhambra
  • Explore the main palaces and gardens with a guide's narration
  • Follow the best routes in the Alcazaba, Generalife Gardens, and more
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Alhambra and Generalife Private Guided Tour in Granada
From US$94.50
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Overview
Granada’s UNESCO-listed Alhambra attracts long on-the-day ticket lines and requires a guided tour to do it justice. This private tour—which includes your entrance fee—provides skip-the-line access to eliminate waits and a personal guide so you don’t miss a thing about the complex’s history. Explore the Nasrid Palaces, Alcazaba, Generalife, and more; and enjoy in-depth personalized commentary so you leave knowing everything you want.
What to Expect
Confirm your preferred start time and meet your guide in central Granada. Then, skip the Alhambra’s long entrance lines, heading straight inside the UNESCO-listed complex.

Admire the 13th-century Alcazaba fortress, as you learn about the Nasrid sultans—Spain’s last Muslim rulers—who reigned from 1230 to 1492. Next, see the ornamental halls and chambers of the Nasrid Palaces and Comares Palace, as you hear about the sultans and their harems, taking in highlights including the Patio of the Lions en route.

View the Renaissance-era Palace of Charles V, built when Granada came under Catholic rule, and discover the courtyards and greenery of the Alhambra gardens. Afterward, explore the neighboring Generalife gardens, the patios, pools, and archways of which served as the sultans’ summer retreat. Listen as your guide shares the gardens’ history, and feel free to ask any questions you wish throughout.

When the time comes, your tour concludes at the Alhambra.
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Alhambra A Must See In Granada

Do not skip a visit to the Alhambra and Generalife Gardens when visiting Grenada. The views of Grenada and the surrounding mountains are breathtaking and the interior is amazing. Take a guided tour to skip the line. Tickets can be bought online from a variety...More

Thank Jennifer F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic tour of Alhambra with Asier

The right guide can really make a place magical, and Asier did just this for us when taking us through the Alhambra. Amazing 4 hours walking through the gardens and buildings.

Thank Ingrid C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Great tour, so worth doing.

Guide books are fine, but this is a great way to do the sightseeing in a logical way. Such a good tour with a lady guide who was so good with her delivery, though English was not the first language for her. The just gave...More

Thank Alan P
Reviewed 13 May 2018
Outstanding tour

Our guide Antonio was amazing in every respect. He was waiting for us at the meeting point and was ready to go with a well organized tour. As a self described “history nerd” has was very knowledgeable about the history of the Alhambra and was...More

1  Thank Lois P
Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile
Couldn't be any better

Julio was terrific. His knowledge of the area made our visit quite memorable, we learned so much. And, thank you for the dinner recommendation. Almeda Granada was 5 star too!

Thank Cindy B
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Response from lynn_b_nyc | Reviewed this property |
I would hesitate to take this tour if I needed a walker. Although it involves a lot of walking, speed probably isn't an issue; the tour group moves at a leisurely pace. But there are more than a few stairs. In the gardens... More
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