Buying Alhambra tickets in advance
You now buy the tickets directly from the Alhambra. The page is new and you should check it daily if your dates are blocked in red.
The new page is BUY ALHAMBRA TICKETS and the phone number is +34858953616.
You can buy up to 10 tickets in advance but not for the same day. When buying your tickets, you will need to decide what time you want to visit the Nazrid Palaces.
PRINTING YOUR TICKETS
If you buy the tickets online, you can print a paper version with a QR code to use as your ticket.
If you buy the tickets by phone, you will need to collect your tickets in Granada from the Alhambra.
HOW TO BUY ALHAMBRA TICKETS:
You can purchase your Alhambra tickets:
BY PHONE: +34858953616
ALHAMBRA TICKET OFFICE
All major credit and debit cards are accepted (Visa, MasterCard, Eurocard, Maestro and Visa Electrón) except American Express.
TIME OF VISIT:
Click here for advice about what time to book tickets.
It takes at least one hour to get from the main ticket office at the Alhambra to the Nazrid Palaces. It is therefore a good idea to reserve tickets for the palaces from 10:00 onwards. If you buy tickets for the palaces at 8:30 or 9:00 in the morning, you will have to go directly to the palaces. In this case, rather than going to the main ticket office entrance, you should go through the Puerta de la Justicia entrance (see Alhambra map).
BUYING TICKETS BY PHONE:
To buy tickets with a credit/debit card, phone +34 858 953 616. The operators speak Spanish and English.
You can choose a time to visit the Nazrid Palaces.
It is also important to remember that even though children do not pay, they do need a ticket.
You will need to provide proof of being a pensioner, young person or child.
GET THE TICKETS INCLUDED WITH A GUIDED TOUR:
If you feel overwhelmed by the whole complicated process of buying tickets you can simply book a guided tour of the Alhambra. The only thing to think about is to arrive at the correct time for the start of the tour. Click here to book a guided tour.
This famous quotation by Francisco de Icaza can be found in the Alcazaba and loosely translated means: "Give him alms, woman, for there is nothing sadder in life than being blind in Granada".