The monumental complex of the Alhambra and the Generalife is formed by a large territory with 655,000 m² visited, comprised of buildings, gardens, walls, forests, orchards, untouched land, ditches and ruins. The Alhambra was a palace city of the Nasrid dynasty (XIII-XV centuries) which had a sophisticated hydraulic system composed of ditches, canals, wells, wells,
Outside the walls of the Alhambra, on the slope of the Hill of the Sun, it stands the Generalife, a rural property for the recreation of the sultans, and as a farm. It had at least four gardens and the residence is a Palace to which a vizier called the Royal House of happiness.
Access with baby carriages is prohibited in the Nasrid Palaces. You can leave the carriage in the luggage lockers located in the toilets next to Carlos V Palace presenting your ticket for the Alhambra. If you need one you will receive a baby carrier. For the rest of the monument, you can travel with a
Yes, it has a limited number of wheelchairs, which are not bookable, and getting one will depend on the availability of the same.
Access is limited with backpacks inside the Nasrid Palaces, you can only enter with a backpack if it is a small size one and it must always be carried at the front or held by hand to avoid damaging the decorations. There are some free lockers to leave backpacks and / or other types of
You cannot eat in any of the areas of the site covered by the ticket. You can only eat in the Aljibes (Cisterns) Square, located opposite the Alcazaba.
There are spaces closed to the public for conservation reasons. On the other hand, the Patronato (Board) of the Alhambra and Generalife reserves the right to change itineraries and restrict entry to certain areas.
Yes, with the program of visits which include the urban and natural environment you can have access exceptionally to places closed to visit for conservation reasons. In addition, the Board of the Alhambra and Generalife opens to the public a restricted area for visit, different each month, the space of the month.
In the Hall of access, (Next to the lockers), in the Calle Real de la Alhambra and next to the Puerta del Vino.
In the Parking area of the Alhambra, located just above the ticket offices of the Alhambra. Address: Camino Viejo del Cementerio, new access to the Alhambra (Ronda Sur) Open and guarded 24 hours. 600 places