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8 reviews of Gardens of la Alhambra

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Lovely experience in the alhambra gardens

I didn't have enough days to see everything we wanted! This part of Spain is worth visiting at any time of year - it's so special. The colors, the smells, the sensations ... everything about it is amazing.
Miguel Angel Abella
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Atmospheres of light and color

Wandering the gardens in various locations of the Real Alcazar dell'Alambra Granada like diving in a fairy tale made up of atmospheres of light and vibrant colors and iridescent; where the sweet odors of medical herbs, are mixed with intense bougainvillea, oleander and roses. a place of peace, despite the increasing number of visitors who flock to the tree-lined streets, where linger until sunset overlooking between the open view, where you can enjoy the view over the ancient city. a must for those who want to fully enjoy this piece of heaven on earth.

Atmosfere di luci e colori

Aggirarsi per i giardini sparsi in vari punti del Real Alcazar dell'Alambra di Granada è come fare un tuffo in una favola fatta di atmosfere di luci e colori intensi e cangianti; dove gli odori soavi delle erbe mediche, si mescolano a quelli intensi di bouganville, oleandri e roseti. un luogo di pace, nonostante i sempre numerosi visitatori che si affollano nei viali alberati, dove attardarsi fino al tramonto che si affaccia tra gli scorci aperti, ove si gode la vista su tutta la città antica. una tappa obbligata per chi vuole godersi a pieno questo angolo di paradiso in terra.
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Gardens at night

Wonderful evening stroll through the gardens and around the alhambra

Jardines de noche

Maravilloso paseo nocturno, por los jardines y alrededores de la alhambra
JOSE MIGUEL Ponce
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The color of spring in the alhambra

In a burst of spring colors in the gardens of the Alhambra ...

El color de la primavera en la alhambra

En primavera una explosión de colores en los jardines de la Alhambra...
Patricia Jim
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Night magic

Night Magic

Magia nocturna

Magia nocturna
Jose Antonio Ondoño Juarez
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The gardens of the alhambra are a jew...

The gardens of the Alhambra are a jewel, a grnes paradise that leaves a forget the heat that prevails in Granada in the summer. The water flows on all sides, with a very advanced irrigation system, considering that the original of the palace dates from the time of the Moors and the Empire Al-Andalus. The Pltschern the fountain is very pleasant, calm, and the stones of the palace cools somewhat. The water pipes Helen Las Acequias what comes from the Arabic word al saqiya, which means bringing water. The Moors have the Spaniards this technique taught during the time of the Conquest, which is why they can be found in Mexico and the Andes, because the Spanish conquerors have just exported the art of water management. The gardens of Alhambra helped to keep the temperature low, they were also used by the Muslims for their ablutions before prayer, which they daily work done in some places in the park 5x. There are several gardens in the Alhambra, which can be visited for 6, if you do not want to see the palace. It is surrounded by vegetables, there is also the garden of Generalife, the lower gardens, which later strongly influenced the parks of Moroccan palaces and landscaping art in general.

Die Gärten der Alhambra sind ein Juwel, ein grünes Paradies, welches einen die Hitze vergessen lässt, die im Sommer in Granada vorherrscht. Das Wasser fließt zu allen Seiten, mit einem sehr fortschrittlichen Bewässerungssystem, wenn man bedenkt, dass das Original des Palastes aus der Zeit der Mauren und des Reiches Al-Andalus stammt. Das Plätschern der Brunnen ist sehr angenehm, beruhigt und kühlt die Steine des Palastes etwas ab. Die Wasserleitungen heißen „Las Acequias“ was vom arabischen Wort „al saqiya“ kommt, was wiederum „Wasser bringen“ bedeutet. Die Mauren haben den Spaniern diese Technik während der Zeit der Konquista beigebracht, weshalb man sie auch in Mexiko und den Anden finden kann, denn die spanischen Eroberer haben eben auch die Kunst der Wasserleitung exportiert. Die Gärten der Alhambra halfen die Temperatur niedrig zu halten, sie wurden aber auch von den Muslimen für ihre Waschungen vor dem Gebet benutzt, welche sie an einigen Stellen im Park 5x täglich verrichteten. Es gibt verschiedene Gärten in der Alhambra, welche man für 6€ besuchen kann, wenn man den Palast nicht sehen will. Man ist umgeben von Gemüse, es gibt auch den Garten von Generalife, die unteren Gärten, welche später die Parks der marokkanischen Paläste und die Landschaftsbaukunst im allgemeinen stark beeinflussten.
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Gardens of la Alhambra Phone Number
+34 902 441 221
+34 902 441 221
Gardens of la Alhambra Address
Alhambra
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