Palacio De Dar Al-horra, Granada

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Palacio De Dar Al-horra, Granada - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Callejón de las Monjas, s/n, 18008 Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958027971

Ticket Price: 29 EUR

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Time Required: 00:40 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Palace, Family And Kids, Courtyard, Swimming Pool

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The Dar al-Horra marks the beginning of the Muslim reign in Granada and the seat of the Ziri Kings. The royal palace consist of a courtyard, a swimming pool and a lookout point that offers a lovely view of the San Cristobal hill. The house was were the mother of Boabdil- Aixa, lived.

Do observe the Arabic inscriptions that decorate the palace and end the trip by taking a walk around the beautiful courtyard and the porches that surround it.

Palacio De Dar Al-horra Ticket Prices

  • Standard price for "La Dobla de Oro": Euros 28.50
  • Double del Oro Gardens: Euros 9.50
  • Dobla de Oro Nocturnal: Euros 22.50
  • In all cases a visit to the Dar Al-Horra Palace is included.

How To reach Palacio De Dar Al-horra by Public Transport

  • By Bus: San Miguel Bajo
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • Not worth unless you are trying to see everything (Dobla de Oro or the Hispanic Monuments Pack) Far away from the other places, prepare to walk a bit to get here if you are by foot. Terrible if you try to park, as expected. The place itself is a good place to visit, but it lacks the experience you can get at, for example, Casa de Zafra

  • Nice building. When restored will be rather more impressive.

  • Great Morish style palace. One of the nicest buildings of Grenada outside the Alhambra. Features also nice views. Really worth the hike up.

  • You have to visit before Alhambra, but a very nice palace. It prepare yourself for Alhambre.

  • Nice place to visit... Shame there aren't that much explanations.

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