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Discover this wonder of the world with a guide exclusively for you and your travel companions. Your official Alhambra Tour Guide will meet and greet you upon arrival and will take you on a 3-hour accessible tour.

Enjoy his commentary on the history of the Alhambra and the occupation of Spain by the Moors. Take in the stunning views of the city of Granada from above.

Depending on your wishes and requirements, the guide will take you to the Nasrid Palaces, the Palace of Charles V, the Alcazaba (not accessible) and the Generalife Gardens.

• You will receive a copy of our ‘Alhambra Accessibility Guide’.

Pricing information

1 pers = 250 euro | 2 pers = 125 pp | 3 pers = 95 pp | 4 pers = 75 pp

5 pers = 65 pp | 6 pers =  60 pp

Meeting Point

The meeting point will be at the big map on the wall next to the main ticket office of the Alhambra.

Inquiry and Bookings

To book this tour, or to ask specific details about this tour, please email

A 3-hour walking tour with less than 10 minutes between each stop to ensure a thoroughly laid-back experience. We will take care to go only to accessible establishments with adapted toilets.


  • • Skip the line tickets Alhambra and Generalife Gardens
  • • 3-hour accessible Alhambra tour with official Alhambra guide
  • • This is a fully private tour with no other participants. You will get full attention of the guide and (s)he will be able to adjust the tour to your pace and specific interests
  • • Tour guaranteed available in English and Spanish

Every day except 25th of December, 1st of January and 6th of January.


This is a walking/rolling tour. No transportation included. Note that the Alhambra is about 20 mins walking uphill from the city center, so you may need to take an adapted taxi to go there. If you want us to book the adapted taxi pickup service, it will have a supplement of 50€ (VAT included) round trip (25€ per way).



Is the Alhambra accessible?

The visit will be totally adapted to your accessibility needs and you will follow a carefully planned fully accessible route. The main areas of the Alhambra are wheelchair friendly, like the Hall of the Ambassadors and the Court of the Lions. You can also visit the Palacio de Carlos V and most parts of the picturesque Generalife Gardens, from where you can enjoy the beautiful view over the city and the gypsy quarter Albaicin. Due to the defensive character of the Alhambra Palaces, some areas are not accessible. Consequently, you will not be able to go to the Alcazaba towers and some upstairs rooms. However, you will be able to see many of the major sights.

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  • Starting at 60 euro per person
  • 1- 6
  • 3 hours


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