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Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro

Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro: Our most recommended tours and activities

Granada: Muslim Monuments Entrance Tickets

1. Granada: Muslim Monuments Entrance Tickets

Visit four Muslim heritage sites and discover what life was like in Granada in the Spanish-Muslim period. Explore these monuments at your own pace, with a self-guided experience. Enjoy entrance to El Bañuelo, one of the best-preserved Arab bathhouses in the region. Wander through the chambers where ritual and physical and bathing once took place. Continue to Corral del Carbón, an ancient traders’ market. Admire the architectural detail of the facade as you pass through the entryway. See the old grain depot, warehouse, and traveler’s hostel. Stop at Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro, a well-preserved Moorish house with views of the Alhambra. End with a visit to the Nasrid palace of Dar al-Horra Palace, to stroll the rooms of this former Sultan’s residence.

Granada: Alhambra Full Complex & Andalusi Monuments Tickets

2. Granada: Alhambra Full Complex & Andalusi Monuments Tickets

Embark on an adventure and buy this ticket that includes a Alhambra visit. See the Nasrid Palaces, Generalife and Alcazaba as well as monuments such as Bañuelo, Casa Morisca (Horno de Oro St.), Dar al-Horra Palace, Chapíz House and Zafra House. Marvel at the Alhambra and Albaicín that are now connected by Dobla de Oro. Enjoy a cultural and tourist itinerary that tries to inspire the narrow links between the oldest neighborhood of the city through the visit to six Muslim monuments.  Alhambra and Generalife are both recognized as UNESCO World Heritage.

Granada: Private Fast-Track Alhambra and Albaicin Tour

3. Granada: Private Fast-Track Alhambra and Albaicin Tour

Skip the ticket lines to the most visited monument in Spain and discover one of the best examples of Islamic architecture in the world. Admire the palaces, gardens, and walls of the Alhambra and hidden Nasrid Palaces in Granada on a 5.5-hour tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built on Sabika Hill for the Nasrid Dynasty, the Alhambra was the most impressive fortified complex of Muslim Spain. Its walls still stand as testimony to the city's golden age. Enter the glorious Albaicín district to explore Granada’s most ancient quarter. Walk along narrow, cobblestone streets and admire balconies of stunning floral displays. Get breathtaking views of the Alhambra and see the mansions built for the Nasrid nobles in the 14th and 15th centuries. Benefit from a lunch break and time to digest an extraordinary period in Spanish history and art.

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What people are saying about Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 25 reviews

Hamdi was our tour guide and he gave us an excellent tour of the Alhambra and many other monuments. His knowledge is very well rounded on Andalusian history and history in general. A very pleasant experience and he was kind enough to give us a number of gifts, which we are very thankful for. Hamdi was very interactive with us while giving us the tour and he was also very flexible in the timings. A perfect tour with nothing to complain about. Certainly not our last tour here and hoping others get to live this experience. The tour is much recommended to others and especially with the guide Hamdi. أفضل ارشاد سياحي للسياح العرب أو المسلمين، المرشد حمدي خلوق و مثقف بدرجة عالية و عيشنا تاريخ الأندلس الجميل في غرناطة. انصح الكل فيه.

The Full Day Ticket is perfect for exploring the Alhambra. You can get to all areas and the morning appointment for the Nazrid Palace was great. There weren't that many people there. An additional audio guide to explain the complex is a must have. Only costs 6€ extra. Just make sure it's fully charged. Mine was already over before leaving the Alhambra (about 30 minutes beforehand, OK since I've seen everything, but it's still a shame)

Alambra is a “must be visited” kind of place. I don’t think it’s necessary to get a guide as you can find many áudio tour guides online for free, but if you a person who likes having someone explain then you should get a guide. Also, you can buy cheaper tickets than here!! Still, the ticket was okay and I had no problem in access all the places I was allowed to with my ticket!

Alhambra: Arrival and departure was difficult. All taxis occupied. Would have been good, a phone no. to have for a taxi. We just hadn't reckoned with the difficulties of finding the way on foot. Our entrance time to the Nasrid Palace was 7pm, but we had to return the audio guide at 8pm. That was stress!

Very professional

Guide was very knowledgeable and he transmited the information in a very understandable manner