Embark on an enriching Alhambra Guided Tour and enhance your experience with the Granada Card. Explore the wonders of this historic site with expert guidance and unlock access to a wealth of cultural treasures in Granada.

In the morning, our journey commences at the Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage site celebrated for its exquisite Moorish architecture and luxuriant gardens.

Delve into the intricate palaces, serene courtyards, and imposing fortifications, marveling at the detailed carvings, vibrant tiles, and serene water features that embellish this architectural marvel.

As the day progresses, we venture to the Albaicín, one of Granada’s most ancient and picturesque neighborhoods.

Stroll along its labyrinthine streets flanked by whitewashed homes, fragrant jasmine vines, and secluded squares.

Uncover historic churches, traditional tea houses, and scenic viewpoints offering panoramic vistas of the Alhambra and the cityscape below.

Our exploration then leads us to Sacromonte, a historic district renowned for its cave dwellings and flamenco heritage.

Navigate its meandering alleys and encounter caves transformed into flamenco venues, where you can immerse yourself in the passion and vitality of this iconic Spanish art form.

From the Mirador de San Nicolás, soak in sweeping views of Granada and embrace the bohemian ambiance of this dynamic and diverse neighborhood.

Additionally, you have the opportunity to independently enjoy the GRANADA CARD tourist voucher, granting access to attractions such as the Cathedral, Royal Chapel, Cartuja Monastery, San Jerónimo Monastery, Science Park, Casa de Zafra, Casa de los Tiros Museum, Fine Arts Museum, and Archaeological Museum for durations ranging from 24 to 72 hours.


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  • Entrance and guided visit to the Alhambra complex: Generalife, Alcazaba, Palace of Charles V and Nasrid Palaces.
  • Guided visit to Albaicín and Sacromonte.
  • Granada Card: Catedral, Capilla Real, Monasterio de la Cartuja, Monasterio San Jerónimo, Parque delas Ciencias, Casa de Zafra, Museo Casa de los Tiros, Muso de Bellas Artes, Museo Arqueológico.
  • Official tour guide.
  • Radioguides system reinforcement (mandatory for groups bigger than 9 pax).


  • Tips.
  • Food and beverage.

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).

  • 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: 1 day before the start of the activity

This renowned monument is among the world’s most visited.

The Alhambra, a palace city once home to the Nasrid emirs of the Emirate of Granada, is celebrated for its exceptional Islamic architecture, characterized by intricate tilework, elaborate stucco embellishments, and enchanting gardens.

Drawing millions of visitors annually, the Alhambra captivates with its beauty and historical significance.

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it stands as a symbol of the cultural and architectural achievements of Islamic Spain.

Within the Alhambra complex in Granada, iconic landmarks like the Generalife, Alcazaba, Palace of Charles V, and Nasrid Palaces hold distinct allure.

The Generalife boasts lush gardens and breathtaking views, while the Alcazaba offers a historic fortress with panoramic vistas.

The Palace of Charles V showcases Renaissance grandeur, and the Nasrid Palaces exhibit exquisite Islamic design. Together, these sites embody Granada’s rich heritage and draw visitors from around the globe.

The Albaicín, a historic neighborhood renowned for its labyrinthine narrow streets, whitewashed dwellings, and panoramic vistas of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada mountains, stands as one of Granada’s oldest districts with a history tracing back to Moorish reign in Spain.

Travelers can meander through the neighborhood’s picturesque lanes, explore its ancient churches and mosques, and appreciate its authentic Andalusian architectural style.

A visit to the Albaicín is essential when in Granada, providing insights into the city’s heritage and culture alongside some of Spain’s most breathtaking views.

Sacromonte, a historic neighborhood celebrated for its caves, flamenco heritage, and sweeping city vistas, occupies the hillside opposite the Alhambra. Renowned for its centuries-old traditional cave dwellings, Sacromonte’s origins trace back to Romani inhabitants.

Initially settled by the Romani community, Sacromonte is intricately linked to flamenco music and dance.

Travelers exploring this area can immerse themselves in genuine flamenco displays within the intimate ambiance of the cave venues, where this art form has been preserved and shared across generations.

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


Free cancellation

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