Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Skip the Line: Alhambra Tour and Granada Hammam submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Alberto was a great guide. He was very informative. I felt we had the best tour of any of the other guides that I witnessed. After we left Alberto we were on our wn to find the Hammam. The check in was very disorganized. If you didn't speak Spanish you would not know what to do. Get to the Hamman early as people were lined up out the door when we arrived 20 minutes before our reservation time. Don't assume your Hamman visit is directly after the Alhambra tour. Ask what time they made your reservation. Our reservation was not until 6pm. After understanding what to do we had a great time.Reviewed by: Jonette B, USA, May 2013
I absolutely loved the Alhambra! It is well worth going on a guided visit as there is so much to see that we would have defintely got lost and missed part of it. Also a big plus was that we didn´t have to queue for the tickets, and some people inside the Alhambra told us they had been queueing for over a couple of hours. We also heard that in high season you may not even be able to get a ticket even after queueing, so we were very glad we booked online beforehand! As for the hamam, we really enjoyed the experience. It was great relaxing in the hamam after the morning in the Alhambra, which we loved but we were pretty tired after it. The atmosphere at the hamam was really nice and inspiring, and it was really clean. Also the massage was very plessant. I had been to a really nice hamam in Istanbul two months ago, which was very famous, but I preferred this one much better! Definitely recommend it!Reviewed by: Blanca, United Kingdom, September 2012
I rarely do any reviews, but this tour was just amazing, very organized, very professional. If you go to Granada, the Arab Bath option is a must! It was absolutely fantastic! Too bad I couldn't take pictures inside, but well worth the $$. The guys who give the massages are gorgeous! Had a great relaxing time. The "Alhambra" was also ahhhhhmazing. Unbelievable architecture.Reviewed by: Merlyn D, July 2012
Fantastic day.Our guide was very good 3hour tour very interesting.Stayed for awhile after .Arab Bath experiece was perfect ,totally relaxing in beautiful surroundings,not crowded .Peppermint tea lovely.Reviewed by: Alison M, June 2012
The guided tour of the Alhambra was brilliant, the guide was very knowledgeable and passionate which came over really well. The baths were beautifully relaxing and just right after a day sightseeing. A great experience.Reviewed by: Ann C, February 2012
The Alhambra is fantastic and, luckily, there weren't that many people. Our guide was well-informed and had a great personality. Since this was a birthday to myself, I opted for the baths. Certainly worth it. I was a little nervous about how I would know it was my turn for the massage because I was lounging in the sauna and the hot water area - I thought I had missed it. After a half hour of lounging, I asked the guy and he said another 30 minutes. Aaahhhhhh!!!! - more lounging - fantastic. I really enjoyed my day.Reviewed by: Allan W, January 2012
Great experience !Reviewed by: on, November 2011
The Alhambra is gorgeous and the gardens really set it apart from other historic buildings. I appreciated the information the guide gave to help me appreciate my surroundings. Also, the strict rules about when to see what would have been impossible to decipher without a guide. I'm glad I decided to upgrade to the Arab bath with a massage. It was very relaxing and different from other touristy things. It wasn't crowded and it's unlike any activity in America that I can think of. The baths are separate from the Alhambra and slightly hard to find. It's in an alley further down from the tourist office in Plaza Nueva. The massage lasted about 20 mins. There are lockers when you can change into your swimsuit and store you stuff. No cameras allowed. Also, if you want to freshen up afterwards bring a brush. There are plenty of mirrors, lotions and hair dryers in the locker rooms.Reviewed by: Megan M, September 2011
Granada and the Alhambra are realy beautyful.
The hamam is also a great experience.
But i think it is maybe cheaper to book you one tour with a headset and a map and buscard for a few days.
But it was perfect.
well organizedReviewed by: nabeela m, June 2011