Highlights: The Alhambra has stood in Granada since the Middle Ages and is a stunning masterpiece from any angle. The Alhambra is mainly composed of the Alcazaba Castle in the fortress part, the Nasiris Palace and the Generalife Palace as the summer palace. In addition, climb the observation tower at the west end, and you can overlook the whole city of Granada with the cathedral as the center. Nasrid Palace The main core of the Alhambra Palace is the Nasrid Palace where the palace is located. Whether it is a dome decorated with exquisite stalactites or the Koran carved on the wall in Arabic, it is better. It presents the prosperity of the former palace. Entering the palace, the first thing that catches your eye is the Maxuar. The four large pillars in the hall are decorated with stalactites. This was originally the trial hall for the trial of prisoners. From here, pass through the Cuarto Dorado, where the main gate of Torre de Comares is located, to arrive at the El Patio de Arrayanes, which is divided into two by a square pond surrounded by a grove of Eros trees. The green of the trees and the white marble buildings contrast. Opposite the atrium stands the Gemares Tower, which houses the Gremares Hall where foreign envoys are received. Continuing on the Lion Palace, you will come to the Palacio de Leones, which is part of the king's residence and the essence of the Alhambra. The Lion Palace was built in the 14th century, and the water-spraying clock in the center of the courtyard is decorated with 12 lion statues, from which the Lion Palace got its name. The Harem Palace, which surrounds the Palace of the Lions, has an elegant cloister with 125 marble columns decorated with arabesque carvings. The Saladedoshermanas in one corner of Harlem Palace is even more beautiful, with its honeycomb-like ceiling decorations. Of course, don't forget to take a look at Washington Irving's bedroom at the end, where the great writer wrote Memories of the Alhambra. Next to the Palace of Carlos V, there is a palace of Carlos V with a different architectural style. The palace was built after the Christian Restoration Movement. The whole palace is square and has an amazing circular double inside. The courtyard, supported by 32 columns. It houses green pots from the 14th to 15th centuries and religious paintings from the 16th to 18th centuries. Acazaba Castle To the west of the Serres Palace is the Acazaba Castle, which is the remains of an ancient fortress in the Alhambra Palace, which looks like a labyrinth from a distance. The underground part is a dungeon where prisoners are imprisoned, and the middle level is the knight's quarters and stables. Climbing to the observation tower at the west end, you can have a panoramic view of the beautiful city of Granada and the Albayzin district with the cathedral as the center. From the Generalife Palace to the courtyard of the Generalife Palace, the whole courtyard is centered on the summer palace built in the 14th century. You can see roses, sage and jasmine flowers through the towering cypress tree avenues. A splendid garden. The unique pools in the courtyard are everywhere. In the midsummer, the sound of water rippling is heard, and the whole person also cools down. The Summer Palace is a small building consisting of two towers, small and chic. Climbing up the tower, you can see the white houses in the Albayzin district.