Granada Alhambra Night Guided Tour

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Experience Highlights

Discover the Alhambra in Granada on this guided night tour for small groups of about 10 people . A professional guide will accompany you to reveal all the secrets surrounding this 14th century fortress, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for 40 years.

During the tour, which lasts around two hours, you will visit the different rooms created by the Nasrid dynasty. You will go through the main areas of one of the most visited monuments in Spain, such as the Nasrid Palaces. You will have the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada, as well as the moon and the breeze of the Darro River. You will discover the different symbolism in each of the walls of the Alhambra.

  • Take part in a unique experience with this guided night tour of the Alhambra in Granada.
  • Learn about the past of the Alhambra from a professional guide.
  • Walk through the different rooms of this 14th century fortress and learn about the symbolism behind each room.
  • Participate in an activity designed for small groups of about 10 people, for greater comfort and personalisation.

What’s included

  • Guided tour of the Alhambra in Granada by night
  • Entrance to the Alhambra
  • Professional guide

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Discover the Alhambra in Granada, one of the most visited monuments in Spain, on this guided tour by night. You'll take part in a tour lasting around two hours under the moonlight. This is a guided activity for groups of around 10 people and a professional guide will accompany you throughout the walking tour.

This palace was built during the Nasrid dynasty in the 14th century and is considered one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the world. It is situated on top of a hill, where you will have spectacular views of Granada and also have the breeze coming from the Darro River and the Sierra Nevada.

It is worth noting that the Alhambra was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984 and, as one of Spain's top attractions, it is advisable to book in advance as it is a must-see for any lover of Islamic art .

The Alhambra consists of several rooms. The most famous is undoubtedly the Patio de los Leones, as well as the Charles V Palace, which was added later in the 16th century.

During the visit you will go to the Nasrid Palaces, a large complex inside the fortress where you will see the Throne Room, the Hall of the Abencerrajes and the Hall of the Two Sisters, among other spaces.

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