Hotel Presidente

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Recogidas 11, Granada, Granada Province, 18005, Spain
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  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Alhambra tickets

by Tuzik

Can anyone help with Alhambra tickets information. The lists a ticket Alhambra y Generalife. Is Generalife = Gardens? The site also lists the Gardens separately, and that tickets excludes the Nasrid palace. Does the Alhambra y Generalife ticket includes the visit to the Gardens?

Re: Alhambra tickets

by SallyM

Yes, the Generalife is the gardens.

Re: Alhambra tickets

by lina112

Re: Alhambra tickets

by Roadquill

I would think they have a separate fee for those that just want to visit the gardens. The general reservation should include both and include a reservation time for the nasrid palace.

Re: Alhambra tickets

by Tuzik

Thank you, all! I appreciate your help.

Re: Alhambra tickets

by Tuzik

Thank you, Pedmar! Alhambra it is! I won't worry about bus tickets. It seems like there are several in the morning, so we'd be able to make it without a problem if I book Alhambra for 14:00. I appreciate your advice.

Re: Alhambra tickets

by Mozumbus

we bought the tickets from
do take care of Nasrid Palace timing, you may like to look into my granada tip "How to Make Most Out of the Alhambra Ticket?":

Re: Alhambra tickets

by Tuzik

Thank you, all. I'll stay in touch for more Spain questions.

Travel Tips for Granada

Audio Guides - They're worth it!

by Hopkid

This is a tip made more because we wished we had spent the 3 euros for the audio guide at the Cathedral in Granada. I really would have liked a good description of the paintings in the main cathedral area and of the two major puerta carvings on the interior. Without the audio guide or a detailed guide book I found that I didn’t really know much about what I was looking at other than it was a spectacular facility.

We did get the audio guide at the Alhambra and it was definitely worth the 3 euros.


by Carmela71

The construction of the Cathedral took from the 16th to the 18th century.

It was built over the former Central Mosque and shows a mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Barroque motives.

It is also the center point to began to walk around the town to discover its secrets.

Pack for comfort!

by suvanki

Lightweight luggage, day sack for carrying camera, water, sun stuff, guide book etc! Comfy shoes are a must!! - you'll probably walk further than expected- ( carry some blister plasters - just in case! )
In May, I found it fairly hot in the day, but cool at night- layers are the answer. Plenty of pharmacies, supermarkets etc to stock up on forgotten items- as always, bring prescription drugs with you.
Sunscreen is essential - The suns rays can be quite deceptive as you're hurrying between sights. Plenty of photo opps! bring as much film as you can carry (if like me, you've not gone digi yet!) or memory cards, batteries etc. There are a few photography shops in Granada that carry a decent stock Spanish phrase book -
mp3 player/ small tape recorder, for capturing Flamenco etc., bubble wrap for safe carrying of pottery, wine etc

Poqueira Ravine

by sandysmith

If you're getting to know my other pages its no surprise to find me escaping to the mountains. La Alpujarra, between the snow-capped peaks of Sierra Nevada and the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the most varied, enchanting and beatiful regions in the world. It's Spain's best-kept secret. Along the POQUEIRA RAVINE are the 3 white moorish villages - Capileira (the highest in the Poqueira Ravine at 1,470 m.) Boubion and Pampaneira - see travelouge


by blint

Kanela is a nice new bar just past the Arco de Triunfo heading from Calle Elvira.

It is quite small but well decorated. You can drink all the usual types of drinks as well as some great cocktails. Tapas is also served with the food.

It is a great place to visit at the weekend or during the week when it is quieter.


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Address: Recogidas 11, Granada, Granada Province, 18005, Spain