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Unesco world heritage

Take your time and enjoy every single corner, lattice, room. Feel the overwhelming power of the light play, the pleasant sound of the water. Delight in the marvellous reflections of the stagnant water because you are in front of the only complete medieval Arab Palatino (Royal residence) building still perfectly preserved today.

Declared UNESCO World Heritage with the rest of the Alhambra, the Nasrid Palaces are the start of the visit. Be careful! I highly recommend scheduling a time and buying tickets online if you do not want to have the unpleasant surprise of endless lines or signs saying there are no tickets available!

I recommend getting up early, being the first ones to get in (I did at 8.30 am) as then you will be able to go at your own rhythm and be one step ahead of the enormous crowd of people, despite there being "limited" access. Come with comfortable shoes, water and something to eat because time goes by without you even noticing and once you are done visiting you will need to charge the batteries!

The Palatino buildings consist of the Mexuar, where the public administration and state offices used to be; the Palacio de Comares, official residence and the Palacio de los Leones, private area where you find the harem.

We are faced with an excellent plan of spaces and uses, as well as one of the best evolutions of tastes and architectural eras of Arab art.

Did you know for example that the Palacio de los Leones (Lions' Palace), one of the most admired, was due to the interesting friendship between Mohamed V and the Castilian King Pedro I? Well, these types of surprises are around every corner.

Prepare your eyes, let yourself go and enjoy the beauty of these Palatino buildings. They say that when you go to Florence one suffers from Stendhal, I would not know what kind of illness this place causes, but it is definitely no syndrome, but more a glimpse of paradise ;-) I love this concept of paradise on earth!

Better than reading on, come here and feel for yourself the timeless beauty of these Palatino buildings, unique in the world. Advice: the best views, apart from the viewpoint of San Nicolás, are the one from the Patio de la Acequia in the Generalife.
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Nasrid palaces are located in the gro...

Nasrid Palaces are located in the grounds of the Alhambra in Granada, in fact they are the most visited and famous palaces group. Are registered to the list of World Heritage of UNESCO. Include Mexuar palace, the palace of the lions, and the palace of Comares. Moorish style, has all its walls Arabic inscriptions carved in stone, in the courtyards there is much water, running, making a nice noise and cooling the entire palace, also have very beautiful interior gardens. To go you have to reserve a time, as there is a schedule and daily quota. Summer may have to wait days, or get up very early in the morning to stand in line at the box office. It is best to book online in advance, the entrance to the Alhambra is 12 euros, there is a daytime and night time. A inside there is almost nothing to drink or eat, then you better take something. Mexuar The palace is the oldest, and is not as well preserved as the magnificent palace of Comares, reflected in the water of patios. For light, the nicest thing is the first thing in the morning.

Los palacios nazaríes están situados en el recinto de la Alhambra de Granada, de hecho son la parte más visitada y conocida del grupo de palacios. Están inscritos a la lista del patrimonio de la humanidad de la UNESCO. Incluyen el palacio del Mexuar, el palacio de los leones, y el palacio de Comares.

De estilo nazarí, tiene en todas sus paredes inscripciones en árabe esculpidas en la piedra, en los patios hay mucha agua, que corre, haciendo un lindo ruido y refrescando el palacio en su totalidad, también tienen jardines interiores muy bellos.

Para ir tienes que reservar una hora, ya que hay un cupo horario y diario. Puede ser que en verano tengas que esperar varios días, o levantarte muy temprano en la mañana para ir a hacer cola en la taquilla. Lo mejor es de reservar por Internet con antelación, la entrada a toda la Alhambra cuesta 12 euros, hay un horario diurno y un horario nocturno. A dentro no hay casi nada para beber ni comer, entonces es mejor llevarse algo.

El palacio del Mexuar es el más antiguo, y no está tan bien conservado como el magnífico palacio de Comares, que se refleja en el agua de sus patios. Para la luz, lo más lindo es la primera hora de la mañana.
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Facade of comares

Built by Mohammed V in 1370 to celebrate the conquest of Algeciras, the ultimate triumph of Islam in the Iberian Peninsula, is the clearest expression domain of proportion and numbers which boast the builders of the Alhambra, conceived as a space so that the King received his visitors, is really well built as part of the defensive traps the Nasrid Palaces (one of the doors is the output, while the other is a trap) as a representative space of perfection that he wanted transmit the entire monument, taking care that the presence of the King always leave his position clear in a harmonious universe. The door is designed with the dimensions of the golden ratio and has been of different mathematical studies, which have found great beauty in its numerical concept, which fully demonstrated its aesthetic beauty.

Fachada de comares

Construida por Mohamed V en 1370 para celebrar la conquista de Algeciras, el último triunfo del Islam en la Península Ibérica, es la expresión más clara del dominio de la proporción y los números de la que hacen gala los constructores de La Alhambra, concebida como espacio para que el Rey recibiera a sus visitantes, realmente está construida además de como parte de las trampas defensivas de los Palacios Nazaríes (una de las puertas es la salida, mientras que la otra es una trampa) como un espacio representativo de la perfección que quería transmitir todo el monumento, cuidando que la presencia del Rey siempre dejara clara su posición en un universo armónico.
La puerta está concebida con las dimensiones de la proporción aurea y ha sido motivo de diferentes estudios matemáticos, que han encontrado una gran belleza en su concepción numérica, que perfectamente demostrada en su belleza estética.
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Night visit

Already if the Nasrid Palaces are beautiful by day, but I recommend visiting them at night, the mystery that gives the dim light and shade is spectacular. They are stunning, majestic, enigmatic and completely admirable. The sound of his sources is relaxing, the Patio de los Leones is very beautiful and each place that you walk takes you on a journey as a time machine. 100% recommended and is one of the must of Granada.

Visitarlos por la noche

Ya de por si los Palacios Nazaríes son hermosos de día, pero recomiendo visitarlos por la noche, el misterio que le da la luz tenue y la sombra es espectacular. Son imponentes, majestuosos, enigmáticos y totalmente admirables. El sonido de sus fuentes es relajante, el Patio de los Leones es muy hermoso y cada espacio al que entras te lleva a un viaje como en una máquina del tiempo. 100 % recomendable y es uno de los must de Granada.
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Nazares palaces are the most visited

Located within the Alhambra, the Nazares Palacios are the most popular. In our case habamos already we visited the Alhambra by the day and apeteca we see at night. It is absolutely beautiful, totally different, with soft lighting and the whisper of water background. The trouble is that the general tour is much more shorter than in the daytime entry and many areas are closed. The good news is that there are far fewer people and the vision is totally different. If you visited the Alhambra daytime you can not miss the night tour. Is beautiful.

Los palacios nazaríes son de los más visitados

Situados dentro de la Alhambra, los Palacios Nazaríes son de los más visitados. En nuestro caso ya habíamos visitado la Alhambra por el día y nos apetecía verla por la noche. Es absolutamente preciosa, totalmente diferente, con una iluminación suave y con el susurro del agua de fondo. Lo malo es que el recorrido general es mucho más corto que en la entrada diurna y muchas zonas están cerradas. Lo bueno es que hay mucha menos gente y la visión es totalmente diferente. Si has visitado la Alhambra diurna no puedes perderte la visita nocturna. Es preciosa.
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Moorish architecture left in the hear...

Moorish architecture left in the heart of Alhambra's finest achievements. Walls to the ceiling through the gardens and soil, Nasrid Palace is the jewel of the Alhambra. If the tail is long to get in, it's really worth it. Everything is carved every detail is highlighted, it is a treat for lovers of architecture and others!

L'architecture mauresque a laissé au cœur de l'Alhambra ses plus belles réalisations. Des murs au plafond en passant par les jardins et le sol, les Palais Nasrides sont le joyaux de l'Alhambra. Si la queue est longue pour y entrer, ça vaut vraiment le coup.
Tout est sculpté, chaque détail est mis en valeur, c'est un régal pour les amoureux de l'architecture et pour les autres !
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Live is sntirlo

One input, not too flashy, giving access to a Juya architecture.

Vivirlo es sntirlo

Una entrada, no muy llamativa, da acceso a una juya arquitectónica.
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Sensations

The Alhambra a world of untold feelings ...

Sensaciones

La Alhambra un mundo de sensaciones nunca contadas...
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Must visit

Must visit

Visita indispensable
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A lovely place to visit da

A beautiful place to visit by day. In the evening visit the tour is much shorter and does not appreciate fine details, and the playground is poorly lit and not let you use flash.

Un lugar precioso para visitar de día

Un lugar precioso para visitar de día. En la visita nocturna el recorrido es mucho más corto y no se aprecian bien los detalles, además el patio de los leones esta mal iluminado y no te dejan usar flash.
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Information about Nasrid Palaces

Nasrid Palaces Address
Alhambra, Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n
Alhambra, Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n
Nasrid Palaces Website
http://www.alhambra.org
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