Favorite thing: Pictured here is just an example of the many ORNATE ARCHES that can be found in the Nasrid Palaces. As I said before, I just can't get enough of this place. It's absolutely beautiful.
Favorite thing: Pictured here is just one of the many beautiful ORNATE WINDOWS in the Nasrid Palaces. I just couldn't get enough of them. Notice all the intricate detail in the carvings. Awesome!
The arabic mescla in the architecture and customs...
Fondest memory: Onion soup, the Alhambra at night by the fountain and St.Jeronimus Monastery
Favorite thing: This is a detailed map of the Palace of the Alhambra.Here you can see all main places to visit here with name and number.Enlarge to see in of full size or to print it,may be helpful for you.
Fondest memory: Here's a glimpse of the Patio de Los Leones (Court of the Lions) in the heart of the Nasrid Palaces (Palacios Nazaries) here at the Alhambra, Granada.
Favorite thing: The beautiful Courtyard of the Myrtles in the Nasrid Palaces of the Alhambra is definitely worth visiting. It's simply breathtaking!
Favorite thing: Visiting the famed Alhambra Palace and marvel at the way the Moorish rulers of time past used to live.
Favorite thing: I have a lot more pics of the Alhambra, but don't look at more pics over the net, buy a ticket and go ...
Favorite thing: The Alhambra is pretty cool, there are plenty of places to grab a few beers while you soak in how important and big everything is ...
Favorite thing: Check out the intricate design on one of these graceful arcades surrounding the pool which reflects light into the halls!
Fondest memory: hiking up to get to the entrance of the alhambra. no joke man, its quite a steep walk if you arent prepared for it
Favorite thing: one of the yards (don't ask me for the name, I was following a Dutch guided tour, didn't understand too much) of the Alhambra
Spend the day exploring the Alhambra.
Fondest memory: The views of Granada from the Alhambra and the views from the Generalife - spectacular!
Favorite thing: visit LA ALHAMBRA one of the more beautiful arab palaces in the world the last home of the muslim in Spain dated about XIII Century, you will surprise.