Tour route

Official Guided Tour Alhambra and Generalife

The official guided tour lasts approximately 3 hours, during which we will explore the Palatine City (currently the best preserved Muslim period palatine city in the world), the Generalife courts (a palace used by Muslim kings as a resting place) and the scenic surroundings (complementary areas such as the forest of the Alhambra, Palace of Carlos V...).

Below are pictures of some of the areas you will explore during your guided tour:


Patio del Ciprés

Considered to be the scene of legendary love stories, fictionalised in the writings of Ginés Pérez de Hita.


Patio de la Acequia

The long, narrow Royal Canal; the main hydraulic artery for the complex.


Paseo de las Adelfas

Long path covered by a canopy of oleander, linking at the end to the Promenade of the Cypresses.


Patio de los Leones

The famous fountain is a symbol of their decorative richness and the synthesis with the hydraulic system.


Salón de los Embajadores

This Throne Room is the largest room in the precinct and is surrounded by nine small bedrooms.


Sala de los Abencerrajes

The most spectacular detail in this room is a honeycomb, Muqarnas dome in the shape of an eight-pointed star./p>


Partal

A large pool is overlooked by the portal through which the Ladies Tower can be seen.


Mirador de Daraxa

The Nasrid architectural design is one of the most beautiful elements of the Palaces.


Patio de los Arrayanes

The Canal acts as a mirror, reflecting the structures and lines of the patio.


Sala de Dos Hermanas

The Muqarnas dome is the masterpiece in the second residence of the Palace of the Lions.


Patio de la Lindaraja

Similar to the Patio of the Wrought Iron Grille but with a cloistered environment, it is named after the viewpoint that overlooks it.


Mexuar - Oratorio

The Council of Ministers and prayers took place in these rooms.


Cuarto dorado

The beautiful wooden roof that covers it, owes its name to Muhammad V.


Fachada de Comares

At the foot of the facade, the Sultan used to receive his subjects, separating them into administrative and family.


Sala de la Barca

There are two origins, its vault or the word "al-baraka" written repeatedly on its walls.


Habitaciones de Carlos V

Accommodation at the Alhambra seduces the Emperor and he decides to build an "imperial suite".


Sala de los Reyes

Five bedrooms surround a large hall; the scene of receptions and festive performances.


Sala de los Mocárabes

One of the rooms in the Palace of the Lions, was used as a lobby, due to its proximity to the Palace entrance.


Paseo de las Torres

Punctuated by several towers, the Partal Gardens communicate with the Upper Alhambra and Generalife.


Palacio de Carlos V

The decision to locate the Palace at the Alhambra symbolised the triumph of Christianity over Islam.


Jardines Altos

They more resemble a traditional Granada villa of the time, than a Muslim country estate.


Jardines Bajos

The Lower Gardens link with the Generalife Theatre, a romantic garden.


Palacio del Generalife

The entrance, using the traditional symbols of the hand and the key in the keystone of the arch.


Escalera del Agua

Steps protected by a canopy of laurels, according to the uses of the medieval Sultan.


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