Explore Granada’s wonders with an Alhambra guided visit, including tickets, and delve into the enchanting neighborhoods of Albaicin and Sacromonte.

With this tour, we will explore one of the world’s most impressive and popular monuments: an authentic palace city steeped in history and remarkable architecture.

Alhambra Exploration
Our journey begins within the enchanting Alhambra, where we will marvel at its significant rooms adorned with exquisite decorations, stroll through its lush gardens, and savor the breathtaking panoramas of Granada and the majestic surrounding mountains. As one of Spain’s premier tourist attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Alhambra promises an unforgettable experience that captivates visitors from across the globe.

Discovering Albaicin and Sacromonte
Following our Alhambra adventure, we will venture into the picturesque neighborhoods of Albaicin and Sacromonte. Albaicin‘s charm lies in its whitewashed houses, winding alleys, and stunning vistas of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada mountains. Meanwhile, Sacromonte beckons with its iconic caves and vibrant flamenco culture.

This tour provides a rich tapestry of Granada’s history, traditions, and natural splendor, offering visitors a profound insight into this captivating city.


8 hours and 30 min.




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  • Entrance and guided visit to the Alhambra complex: Generalife, Alcazaba, Palacio de Carlos V y Palacios Nazaríes.
  • Guided visit to Albaicín y Sacromonte.
  • Official tour guide.
  • Radioguides system reinforcement (mandatory for groups bigger than 9 pax).


  • Tips.
  • Food and drinks.

What do I need to bring?

  • It is essential to carry the original physical ID card or passport.
  • We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
  • In summertime we recommend the use of sunscreen and water.

Please note

Schedule for the visits:
Visit to the complete complex of the Alhambra (morning schedule).
Visit to the Albaicín and Sacromonte (afternoon schedule):
– January, February, March: 18.00h
– April: 19.30h
– May, June, July, August and September: 20.00 pm
– October: 19:30 p.m.
– November, December: 18:00 p.m.

  • It is not possible to enter the monument with a baby stroller.
  • Not accesible for people with reduced mobility (stairs and slopes).
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • Please arrive 20 minutes before the starting time at the meeting point.
  • According to the monument’s regulations, it is STRICTLY MANDATORY to present the ID card or passport provided, since the tickets will be verified with these documents.

When making the reservation, the following information must be attached for each of the participants: name, surname, passport or ID number, nationality and age. If this information is not received, the company will not be able to guarantee entry to the monument.

Cancellation Policy

Free! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

When to book?

Cut off: 3 days before the start of the activity

This is one of the most visited monuments in the world.

The Alhambra is a palace city that served as a royal residence for the Nasrid emirs of the Emirate of Granada. It is renowned for its exquisite Islamic architecture, featuring intricate tilework, ornate stucco decoration, and beautiful gardens.

The Alhambra attracts millions of visitors each year who come to marvel at its beauty and learn about its rich history. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Alhambra stands as a testament to the cultural and architectural achievements of Islamic Spain.

The Generalife, Alcazaba, Palace of Charles V, and Nasrid Palaces are iconic landmarks within the Alhambra complex in Granada. The Generalife features lush gardens and stunning views. The Alcazaba is a historic fortress offering panoramic views. The Palace of Charles V showcases Renaissance architecture. The Nasrid Palaces boast exquisite Islamic design. Together, they represent Granada’s rich heritage and attract visitors worldwide.

The Albaicín is a historic neighborhood known for its narrow winding streets, whitewashed houses, and stunning views of the Alhambra and the Sierra Nevada mountains. As one of the oldest parts of Granada, the Albaicín has a rich history that dates back to Moorish rule in Spain.
Visitors can explore the neighborhood’s charming streets, visit its historic churches and mosques, and admire its traditional Andalusian architecture. Albaicín is a must-visit when traveling to Granada, offering a glimpse into the city’s history and culture, as well as some of the most stunning views in Spain.
Sacromonte is a historic neighborhood renowned for its caves, flamenco culture, and panoramic views of the city. Situated on the hillside opposite the Alhambra, Sacromonte is famous for its traditional cave dwellings, which have been inhabited for centuries.
Originally settled by Romani people, or gypsies, Sacromonte is closely associated with flamenco music and dance. Visitors to the neighborhood can experience authentic flamenco performances in the intimate settings of the cave venues, where the art form has been passed down through generations.

Meeting Point visit Alhambra:

Alhambra’s Main Entrance (Next to the ticket office, zone enabled for guides)

Paseo del Generalife, 1F, 18009, Granada

Meeting point visit Albaicin y Sacromonte:

Plaza de Santa Ana, 18009, Granada

Free cancellation

You'll receive a full refund if you cancel at least 48 hours in advance of most experiences