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A Patronato de la Alhambra e El Generalife é uma fundação sem fins lucrativos criada em 1847 pelo governo espanhol. Sua missão é proteger, conservar e promover os monumentos da Alhambra e da Generalife, localizada na cidade de Granada, Espanha. O Patronato é responsável pela gestão e controle de todas as atividades relacionadas à Alhambra e ao Generalife, incluindo pesquisa, restauração, educação e interpretação.
O Alhambra é um complexo de palácio e fortaleza construído pelos governantes mourosos de Granada entre os séculos XIII e XIV. É um dos exemplos mais famosos e bem preservados da arquitetura islâmica do mundo. O Generalife é um belo jardim localizado ao lado da Alhambra.
O Patronato de La Alhambra e Generalife se esforça para oferecer o melhor atendimento possível para a Alhambra e a Generalife, para que esses importantes locais de patrimônio cultural possam ser apreciados pelas gerações atuais e futuras. Para esse fim, o Patronato emprega uma equipe de especialistas em vários campos, incluindo arquitetos, historiadores, arqueólogos, engenheiros e restauradores. O Patronato também colabora com instituições nacionais e internacionais para promover o estudo e a conservação do Alhambra e da Generalife.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Thursday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
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🗣️ Patronato de la Alhambra y el Generalife: Opiniões
The place itself deserves 5 stars, and the staff that watches over the facilities 6 stars. The best visit to a place of cultural interest that I have done so far. Thank you, you are wonderful!
Mandatory place to visit in Granada. It is beautiful
High-level management for a unique monument in the world. Very involved staff.
Wonderful every corner, an experience.
A beautiful place. If you pass through Granada, you have to visit it!
Thanks to the board of trustees for their work, their conservation and their protection by heritage. The Alhambra continues to be a paradisiacal place today thanks to its work and love for our heritage. Sale of official tickets to the Alhambra and the Generalife.
Beautiful, I recommend going to the opening otherwise you risk being in a queue for 2 hours.
It is an overwhelming place, amazing, it leaves you speechless. We did the night and daytime visits, both highly recommended. We hardly had any waiting time since for the night visit we arrived in advance, even so they were very punctual. The night visit is shorter than the daytime one, but it is certainly beautiful.
A must visit place if you live in Spain. Good access.
It is a place of unparalleled beauty. I don't think there are words for such a beautiful place together, it is a must in life
We thought it was beautiful and very well cared for!
Exotic landscapes, architecture so cool
Visita muito agradável. Cargas de excelentes vistas dentro e fora do palácio. O lugar está pingando na história. As crianças até gostaram e normalmente vão gemer (o fez um pouco no calor, mas gostei da fonte de bebida) Eu definitivamente aconselharia a reserva com antecedência, o local estava esgotado que podíamos ver na chegada. Definitivamente passará algumas horas. Também estamos lá dentro (revisado separadamente). Fotos creditadas à minha esposa.
Excepcional. As vibrações da cidade são encantadoras e super positivas. Um dos melhores lugares para visitar. Um imperdível e vale a pena visitar repetidamente. Eu amo esse lugar! … O local começou em 1238 por Muhammad (o primeiro) Ibn al-Ahmar, o primeiro Emir Nasrid e fundador do Emirado de Granada, o último estado muçulmano de Al-Andalus, onde foi construído na colina de Sabika, um afastamento do Sierra Nevada, que havia sido o local de fortalezas anteriores. O mais significativo são os palácios reais de Yusuf I e Muhammad V.
Obtenha o bilhete mais antigo e fique no primeiro lugar se quiser uma ótima foto sem uma tonelada de pessoas. Então você pode dedicar seu tempo para o restante dos sites.
A must see if you go to Granada, a lot of history, all very nice.
Magnificent palaces and gardens, I didn't want to leave!
A visit that you cannot miss if you go to Granada... enjoy its history and architecture... special thanks to Esther Vico our guide For the attentive and professional .... thank you very much!!!!!
A wonderful place to see, beautiful. The only drawback is the queues to get the entrance booked online and the audio guides work terrible and with the noise of people you can't hear anything, the two audio guides we rented were a waste of money. Many people this last weekend of March
All very nice the guide named Sabina very attentive to the public thanks
Visiting it is an unforgettable experience. Imagine working there, life improves.
El hambra is a great arabic historical palace in granada
It is quite well they have everything organized and quite controlled it is worth visiting
Magnificent, spectacular. Must visit. Many thanks to our guide, Miguel Angel Avilés, it has been a great visit.
Impossible to leave Andalusia without having visited the Alhambra. A magical place of very beautiful gardens and magnificent palaces.Historic place very well maintained and preserved ...
Scenario of the thousand and one nights, or semblance of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, evocation of the Taj Mahal, and also inspiration for Catalan modernism, and yet, unique, unrepeatable, incomparable, eternal and unforgettable. The Alhambra is a dream place, of unlimited inspiration to which you always want to return.
All very well cared for and pleasant staff. The issue of covid security is fulfilled perfectly and we were able to visit it very calmly, without crowds.
A real pleasure for the eyes, a place that must be visited no matter what. Magnificent and precious.
We stayed for about 4 hours and did not manage to see everything. It's huge and beautiful
A beautiful place, it does not surprise me that it is heritage
A must see. It is a marvel where you can find buildings from different eras. Better to get tickets online because there are very long lines at the box office.
A wonderful place, you are speechless. I advise you to go with a guide that explains better than the audio guide of the patronage.
Such marvellous buildings left for the posterity by Muslim rulers of Spain. (There is no dominant but God) “ولا غالب إلا الله” is the sentence which you will find all over Al-hambra engraved on most of the monuments. Muslims have left but God is there. Impressive wonder of Andalucia, going around Alhambra, one is amazed with the dedication and the commitment those legends who built it achieved. "No Dominant but God" is the phrase, you will see most when visiting the palace and being the symbol of the first empire in Andalucia it was repeated everywhere you walk while inside the wonder. Moving to the "Generalife" on the other side of Alhambra is a true gardening experience something you never seen before and you feel like a true prince and princess while walking through those well organised gardens "The Gardens of Andalus" are well known worldwide.
Simply spectacular. Must visit
I have loved a wonderful place to walk and photograph the past of Muslim culture.
An unforgettable experience, a place that you cannot miss, beautiful, very friendly staff.
The Alhambra is definitely worth a visit. You should have seen it. All the sights of the Alhambra are very well preserved. Everywhere you can enjoy the charm and charisma of the palace gardens and the artistic details of the handicrafts. Again and again you will find lovingly tended romantic gardens.
It is the autonomous body in charge of managing the monuments of the Alhambra and the Generalife in Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It has its own legal personality and is attached to the Ministry of Culture of the Junta de Andalucía.
A wonderful place where fairy tales come true
Este é definitivamente um local legal para visitar. Eu estava querendo ver o lugar depois de assistir a um drama coreano chamado Memórias do Alhambra (provavelmente a razão pela qual adicionei Granada à minha lista de viagens). Planeje com antecedência e obtenha ingressos online antes de visitar. Existem algumas áreas gratuitas onde o ingresso não é necessário, mas se você quiser ver o palácio, precisará reservar um tempo e obter os ingressos com alguns meses de antecedência. Só consegui obter o ingresso geral de admissão reservando um mês ou mais cedo, já que os ingressos do Palace já estavam esgotados. Este lugar é realmente grande, então use sapatos de caminhada confortáveis! Passei muito tempo andando e tirando fotos, você provavelmente pode passar um dia aqui, se quiser. Há muito o que ver, então dê a si mesmo tempo suficiente para desfrutar!
I VISIT THE ALHAMBRA SOME YEARS AGO I AM FROM MEXICO I THOUGHT IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL MAGICAL PLACE I put my hands in a place that is sacred that is in a Pillar, I should not have done it since it was a sacred little place I WILL VISIT IT AGAIN IF GOD GRANTS ME MORE LIFE A GREAT GREETINGS TO ALL MY SPANISH FRIENDS OF THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE MCSA
Perfect! The staff is always nice, even the gardeners who don't have to be, everything indicated perfect, well preserved and beautiful, a lot of things that can be seen for free apart from your ticket, a lot of ticket modalities for you to choose from, well managed, nice to meet you !
Unforgettable experience I went with my partner and we had an excellent time, you have to prepare the tickets in advance. Always go with comfortable clothes and sports shoes.
It is advisable to go first thing in the morning to avoid the heat. It is preferable to visit them during the day to be able to appreciate the true color of the flowers and the freshness of their paths. They are more than 3 hours of visit, then I recommend that you take water and go resting. The audio guide costs €6, but it is worth stopping at the stations and listening to the whole story to really understand its meaning.
Al Hamra Palace is an archaeological palace and a fortress built by the Arab Muslim King Abu Abdullah Mohammed I Muhammad bin Yusuf bin Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Nasr bin Red between 1238-1273 in the Kingdom of Granada during the second half of the tenth century AD. Is now one of the most important tourist attractions in Spain and is located 267 miles (430 km) south of Madrid. The beginning of the construction of the Al-Hamra Palace dates back to the fourth century AH, corresponding to the tenth century AD, some of which dates back to the seventh century AH, corresponding to the thirteenth century AD. It has been built for more than 150 years. The use of fine decorative elements in engineering organizations such as carpet decorations, the writing of Quranic verses and supplications, and even some of the praise and descriptions of the poets' systems as the sons of your time, surrounded by decorations of colored plaster that adorn the walls, Which cover the lower parts of the walls. In 2007, the Alhambra was chosen as part of Spain's 12 treasures in a referendum in which more than 9,000 people voted.
A place you have to visit sometime in your life. I recommend buying the ticket before planning your trip and be prepared to walk a lot.
The decoration consists for the upper part of the walls, as a rule, of Arabic inscriptions—mostly poems by Ibn Zamrak and others praising the palace—that are manipulated into geometrical patterns with vegetal background set onto an arabesque setting ("Ataurique"). Much of this ornament is carved stucco (plaster) rather than stone. Tile mosaics ("alicatado"), with complicated mathematical patterns ("tracería", most precisely "lacería"), are largely used as panelling for the lower part. Metal was also not present very mainly. Similar designs are displayed on wooden ceilings (Alfarje).Muqarnas are the main elements for vaulting with stucco, and some of the most accomplished dome examples of this kind are in the Court of the Lions halls. The palace complex is designed in the Nasrid style, the last blooming of Islamic Art in the Iberian Peninsula, that had a great influence on the Maghreb to the present day, and on contemporary Mudejar Art, which is characteristic of western elements reinterpreted into Islamic forms and widely popular during the Reconquista in Spain.
You have to visit this wonder, even once in a lifetime. Everything is super well maintained, preserved, clean and guarded. It is worth going with a guide to explain everything. Since there are stays in the Nasrid palaces that you are, so impressed by the beauty of the place that things can happen to you. I fell in love with this place.
What to say about this place ... It is the most historic place in Granada and I believe that no one stops going every time he goes there. A wonderful place to spend a great day. It has a lot of charm and is a great place, every time I go I find out something I did not know. Spectacular views