Visiting the Alhambra, Nasrid Palaces, Charles V Palace and Generalife Gardens


Granada, the longest lasting Arab Kingdom in Spain (800 years of Arab occupation), celebrated in 1992 the 500th the anniversary of its fall to the Catholic Kings, Ferdinand and Isabelle. The city is world famous and known for its “Alhambra Palace and “Generalife Gardens”.
The alhambra palace is the best and most well preserved example of ismalic architecture in spain. This mediaval fortress, strategically located on the top of the hill towers over the city. Covers an area of 100.000 square meters and it is generally accepted as the 8th wonder of the world. Many of the original palaces, squares and fountains still remains as they were in the past.


Our representative guide will meet the clients at the hotel along the coast and departure towards Granada. Upon arrival walking tour of the alhambra, (The visit should be by your own not guided) aproximatelly 3 hours and later ransfer to city centre, and free time ro explore the alcaiceria (old quarter), and in the afternoon we will return to Costa del Sol and hotels.


IMPORTANT ADVISE: New regulations of the Alhambra with respect to security measures and to avoid the resale of tickets

The tickets are nominative with the name and each visitor must carry the passport or identity card that may be required in any of the controls that are carried out randomly.

In case the name does not match or the documentation is not taken with it, the access to the monument will be denied, without right to refund the amount paid for the tour.

Day Trips to Granada from Marbella