Project Description

What is it?

When night falls over the Alhambra, magic runs through the palace’s corridors and passages. If visiting the Alhambra during daylight is always a pleasure to our eyes, at night the effect is even more intense. Under the moonlight, all our senses are more awake. Walking through its rooms and outdoor areas is the best way to experiment a temporary regression into this Muslim medieval palace, which is unique in Europe.

What do we have to offer?

In this visit, we will travel back in time until the 13 th Century, to a time when the Nasrid dynasty started to design this enigmatic palace. We will walk through private rooms, as well as through beautiful gardens, under the moonlight and listening to the clinking water that runs through many spaces, directly coming from Sierra Nevada mountains. In the meantime, we will learn about the hermetic symbolism and meaning of all the decorative art that beautifies its inner structure.

What will we see?

We will walk though the Alhambra enclosure area and will admire all its palaces: Mexuar, Comares and Lions’ Palace. After that, we will visit the gardens and the Generalife summer palace. We will also visit one of the jewels of the Spanish Renaissance: the Palace of Charles V.

Path of the route

• Meeting point: In the models of the Alhambra (ticket sales area, you can arrive by bus Alhambra if you take it from your stop next to Plaza Isabel la Católica).

• Language: English.

• Duration: 02.00 hours.

• Includes: Tourism Guide.

• Does not include: Transportation to the meeting point.

• Timeable: variable schedule.

• For group reservations or private service send request.

• Or check by phone (office hours Monday through Friday (from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.).

– Difficulty: medium low for children. For over 70 years, the difficulty is medium low. It is necessary to be accustomed to walking with some normality.

– Present at the meeting point at least 10 minutes in advance.

– It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water in hot weather.

– People with mobility problems, medium accessibility, for wheelchairs, is not accessible. For babies we recommend that parents take them in baby carrier backpacks.