Travel and cultural visits resume again. We have proof of that. And is that, the Alcazar of Seville and the Alhambra in Granada They have received visitors again during these days. Without a doubt, it will be a unique opportunity to meet two monuments that claim to be Heritage of Humanity.
The first to receive visitors has been the Alcazar, since visits were enabled a few days ago. Of course, with certain security measures to take into account. Among them, the most notable are the temperature taking at the entrance, a circuit marked throughout the premises and the mandatory use of a mask.
As for the visiting hours, it is from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. To avoid paying in cash, and while the new ticket offices are being built, you must book online the entrance to the Alcázar of Seville, which will be nominative.
If you want to know this spectacular Seville monument, you should know that our area of Seville is near there. You can give a nice walk through the María Luisa Park and the Barrio de Santa Cruz to reach. This way you will also know more corners of the city where beauty and history go hand in hand.
Reopening of the Alhambra in Granada
The next palace that has started to organize visits is the Alhambra. This construction, inspired by writers like Washington Irving or Lorca, is again a claim for people who can already visit their rooms and gardens.
Of course, there are several considerations to take into account when accessing the site. Access will be reduced to 50 percent with respect to the usual allowed. In addition, entry and exit will be regulated in some areas and a QR code will be included to download the monument map to your mobile. Here the use of the mask will also be compulsory and access with backpacks that exceed 40 × 40 cm will be prohibited.
Escape with your motorhome to Nasrid lands and know the Alhambra in Granada. Or visit again if you've been before. You can leave your vehicle in the spaces that we have near the capital: Spaces 23 Camper Club Loma Linda and Camping Ruta del Purche.
Finally, we are going to make you a third proposal. Why not combine both plans and make a route between Seville and Granada? It would be the opportunity to calmly visit the two monuments. We would consider it ...