Granada Pass Review – Is it worth your money?

The Granada Pass is a great way to see everything that Granada has to offer. It includes access to all of the major attractions, and it is very reasonably priced. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in seeing Granada. We will cover this in more detail in this Granada Pass Review.

I will also break down whether it is worth it or not and how feasible it is going to be for you if you are planning to buy it. Also, what is going to be the best way to utilize the Granada Pass if you have bought it?

In this post, I will not talk about Top Things to Do in Granada Spain because I have already shared one detailed post around that. This pass is also called Alhambra Pass so you can consider this post as Alhambra Pass Review.

Will Granada Pass Save Money?

Running short with time and you want to know whether Granada city pass is worth your money then then answer is Depends. It is not going to save money nor you will pay high but it actually gives you an upperhand of getting the Alhambra Audio Guide along with the Alhambra and Nasrid Palace Skip the Line Tickets.

Granada Pass Review

Granada Pass Review Summary

The Granada Pass is an all-in-one ticket that provides you with access to Andalusian culture. With this pass, you’ll have the opportunity to skip the line at the Alhambra & Nasrid Palaces, explore the city with a convenient Hop-on Hop-off train, and learn about the city’s highlights with a handy audio guide.

Alhambra and Nasrid Palace

One of the main attractions of the Granada Pass is the Alhambra & Nasrid Palaces. With a self-guided tour, you’ll have the chance to see how the sultans lived in 14th-century Granada. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a unique blend of Islamic and Iberian styles and features the stunning summer gardens of Generalife. Your ticket includes access to the Alcazaba, Generalife, Palace of Charles V, and Museum of the Alhambra.

Hop-on Hop-off Train Granada

The Hop-on Hop-off train is another great feature of the Granada Pass. With two routes to choose from, you can explore the city at your own pace and learn more about Granada’s history and culture with the on-board audio guide, available in 12 languages. The City Center Route is perfect for discovering landmarks such as the Sacromonte Abbey and Arab bath, while the Route Alhambra takes you to the famous Moorish fortress.

Audio Guide for Granada

Finally, the Granada Pass includes a comprehensive audio guide that provides you with facts and stories about the city’s top highlights. With suggested sightseeing routes, it’s easier than ever to navigate the city and make the most of your visit. Overall, the Granada Pass is a great way to experience the best of Granada’s culture and history.

Granada City Pass Info

If you are wondering what all things are included in the Granada City pass then here are the things which you need to look out for in your Granada City Pass

  • Alhambra & Nasrid Palaces: Skip The Line
  • Hop-on Hop-off Train Granada
  • Granada Audio Guide
  • 10% Discount

Granada City Pass Price

Let us just talk about the price of Granada City Pass it cost you around 42 € in the starting. But I will dig deeper and talk about whether the 42 Euro cost is worth your money or now.

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Is The Granada City Pass Worth It?

As I already told that the Granada City Pass cost you around 42 Euro. I am going to break down here about the attraction which is going to be covered.

AttractionsCost in EuroStandalone Ticket Link
Alhambra & Nasrid Palaces: Skip The Line25.45Book Here
Hop-on Hop-off Train Granada9.10Book Here
Granada Audio Guide5.50Book Here
Alhambra Audio GuideNot Sold seperatelyNot Sold seperately
10% Discount on next ticket

You would probably want to visit Nerja Cave
13.00
Can save 1.30 Euro i.e. 11.70
Book Here
Total40.05
Total + Nerja Cave53.05

So the Granada City Pass cost you around 42 Euro and the standalone tickets without the Alhambra Audio Guide cost you around 40.05 Euro, So if you calculate it further then you may say that the Alhambra Audio Guide is worth 1.95 Euro which is fairly a cheaper deal for getting the Audio Guide. As if you go for complete Guided Tour for Alhambra and Nasrid Palace with Skip the line ticket then you will pay around 42 € just for that.

On top of that you are also saving around 10% on one extra ticket which you buy, So all in all it is going to save you Zero money.

Does The Granada City Pass Save Time?

Short answer is yes but it going to same like booking the seperate tickets online before you actually step foot into Granada. I really am not fond of travelling in Europe and exploring places which I want to explore and standing in the queue for hours just to take the tickets and then again another hour in the queue to finally see the attraction.

In the Paris Pass Review I talked about the same thing because when I visited Eiffel Tower I was so happy that I booked the ticket online well before hand which saved me around 1.5 hours from the queue for just the tickets.

Tip! I tend to also book the skip the line ticket because it helps you to directly access the attraction without standing in the normal queue just for couple of bucks.

Since all the tickets which you get under the Granada City Pass are the fast track or skip the line ticket then it will for sure help you to save the time.

Does The Granada City Pass Save Money?

No it does not save money but it is also not costly at all, It saved Zero Euro but it gives you the Alhambra Audio Guide packed with the Pass which you can not buy seperately. So it is upon you to decide if you need this or not.

How Much Time Do You Need In Granada ?

The amount of time you need in Granada depends on what you want to see and do. If you’re interested in visiting the Alhambra, which is one of the most popular attractions in the city, you’ll need at least half a day to explore the complex and its various palaces, gardens, and fortifications.

In addition to the Alhambra, there are many other places to see in Granada, such as the Albayzin neighborhood, the Cathedral and Royal Chapel, and the Sacromonte Abbey. To see these sites and get a good feel for the city, you should plan to spend at least two to three days in Granada.

If you’re interested in experiencing the city’s culture and nightlife, you may want to extend your stay to four or five days to really immerse yourself in the city’s atmosphere. Keep in mind that Granada can get quite hot in the summer, so if you’re visiting during this time of year, you may want to plan your activities accordingly and take breaks during the hottest part of the day.


That was all the information around Granada City pass to help you understand if the Granada city pass is worth your money or not. For me it was and I was happy to buy that. I leave it upon you to decide what to do further.

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