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Private Tour: Alhambra and Generalife

From US$78.33
  • Skip-the-line entry means saving valuable vacation time
  • Tick off two important landmarks in one tour
  • Private tour guide dedicated to just your party allows ample time for questions
Private Tour: Alhambra and Generalife
From US$78.33
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Alhambra and Generalife private tour, with no hotel pickup or drop-off.
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Alhambra and Generalife private tour, including hotel pickup and drop-off
Breeze past long entrance lines on this private skip-the-line tour of The Alhambra in Granada. As you explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site’s highlights—which include the Generalife Gardens, Nasrid Palaces, and Alcazaba Fortress—listen to in-depth historical commentary from your private guide. A private tour means you'll receive undivided attention from your guide, while booking ahead guarantees your admission, as numbers of visitors are strictly limited per day.
What to Expect
When booking, opt for hotel pickup or choose to meet your guide at the Alhambra just prior to the morning start time. As the access to the Alhambra is strictly limited to a certain number of visitors per day, booking this private tour in advance is highly recommended to secure your admission to Granada’s most popular attraction.

With your priority access ticket and guide, breeze past the long entrance queues and head straight inside The Alhambra. 

Get to know the UNESCO World Heritage Site through informative commentary as you walk. You’ll see opulent palaces, lush gardens, and imposing fortresses. Hear tales of politics and royalty from the ninth century, featuring emirs, sultans, and Moorish kings.

At the Alcazaba Fortress, ascend the Torre de la Vela, and get some fantastic photo ops of wider Granada sprawled out below you. Other stops on the tour include the Generalife Gardens, the Patio de la Sultana, the Ambassador’s Hall, Nasrid Palaces, and the Patio de las Arrayanes.

Since your tour is private, you’ll have the undivided attention of your guide—you can move at your own pace and ask plenty of questions.
Reviews (185)
1 - 5 of 52 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Tour of the Alhambra

I have wanted to visit the Alhambra since I was a child so having a knowledgeable tour guide was quite important. We could not have asked for a better tour guide - António. Not only did he have a very detailed knowledge of all parts...More

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Well guided and knowledgeable

Carlos Serrano was our guide and his knowledge and explanation of everything was first rate. Excellent English and a few more languages as well, made it easy to follow and understand the story behind the awesome Alhambra.

Thank DarrenandSandy
Reviewed 12 September 2018
Antonio made our visit special

Wow, wow, wow. The Alhambra is incredibly impressive. It was actually our second trip. This time it was with our Private guide - Antonio. We left at 9am which was brilliant as no queues! Antonio has studied history. With some theatre (exciting us before seeing...More

Thank Robert P
Reviewed 28 August 2018
A Personal Tour with an Enthusiastic Knowledgable Tour Guide Makes All the Difference

We have just completed two weeks in Southern Spain including several private guided tours of various cultural and historic sites. We booked a tour of Alhambra online before leaving the US with Mireserva.com and received a confirmation of our private tour within a few days...More

1  Thank LKF55
Reviewed 26 August 2018
Great personal tour of the Alhambra

Gustav, our guide, was fantastic. We learned a ton, not just about the Alhambra, but history, Granada culture and a lot more. Gustav was friendly and very knowledgeable.I highly recommend this tour.

Thank Jeffrey C
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19 October 2018|
Response from Louise W | Reviewed this property |
No, I would say not. Lots of steps at the Alhambra and Generalife. I am pretty sure that there are wheelchair accessible tours though, obviously taking a different route
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