Alhambra Palace in Granada Review
The Alhambra Palace in Granada is a very popular attraction, and one of the top Spain landmarks that are famous around the world. The Moorish design of the architecture, and the fascinating history of the structures, helps to attract more than two million people each year. Built in the middle of the fourteenth century, the Alhambra Palace in Granada is considered a runner up for one of the new seven wonders of the world. The buildings are all fascinating, with beautiful features and elaborate royal structures which command attention. The structures are not the only reason that this attraction was a runner up, the grounds and gardens are also fantastic, and a big part of the draw that the palace attraction has. Serene pools dot the grounds of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, and even during the winter months the gardens are a awe inspiring sight. The Generalife Gardens, once the exclusive domain of royalty, can now be explored on your own.
The tours that you can purchase for the Alhambra Palace in Granada are fairly inexpensive, with children under twelve years old getting in free. You can arrange for a private tour, and add a flamenco experience to the tour as well for an additional price. One glimpse and you will understand why this is one of the best Granada attractions for tourists and for locals. The Moorish design of the structures add a decorative touch that really makes the buildings appealing, and there are a number of restaurants and
hotels in Granada that you can choose during for your stay. Originally designed as a palace, and as a fortress as well to protect the royalty, the Alhambra Palace in Granada offers an experience just as thrilling and enjoyable as any of the original seven wonders do. This is why it has been named a runner up to the new seven wonders, because this attraction inspires wonder and awe from everyone who sees it.