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Palace of Dar-Al-Horra

Palacio de Dar-Al-Horra - Palace in Granada

Palace of Dar-Al-Horra

Palacio de Dar-Al-Horra Granada: Everything about this 15th century Moorish palace of Aixa in the old El Albaicín district of the Spanish city of Granada in Andalusia.

Info Palace of Dar-Al-Horra in Granada

Address: Callejón Ladrón del Agua, 8 in Granada
Tickets: You can buy a combi ticket 'Monumentos Andalusíes' for 5 euros for El Bañuelo, Palacio de Dar al-Horra, Corral del Carbón and Casa Morisca
Opening hours:
  • September 15th - 31st of March: Monday - Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
  • 1st of April - September 14th: Monday - Sunday 9:00 - 14:30 and 17:00 - 20:30

Palacio de Dar-Al-Horra Granada

The Palacio de Dar-Al-Horra is a palace situated in the top part of the Albaicín district of Granada. This 15th century palace was the residence of Aixa; she was the mother of the latest Moorish sultan Boabdil of Granada. 'Dar Al-Horra' means 'Home of the Honest'. The palace is discretely hidden in a narrow alleyway Callejón Ladrón del Agua. It is one of the last Naziri buildings from the Moorish period. After the Moors were driven from Granada, the palace was used as the monastery of Santa Isabel la Real. The atmospheric inner garden with pool and the religious inscriptions carved in plaster work are notable characteristics of the palace.

After the Alhambra palace, the Palacio de Dar-Al-Horra is the most beautiful example in Granada of Moorish art with its beautiful architecture and decor. It is perhaps one of the less famous attractions in Granada, but certainly no less interesting.

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