La Alhambra is such a busy place you have to have a tour. The lines are long for tickets. Our tour guide, Luis, spoke decent English, although every once in a while he would pronounce a word funny and we would have to figure out what he was saying. I didn't realize we would be wearing headphones just to hear our guide, but there are so many people, with guides in so many languages, you have to have them. That was a problem for one man in our group with hearing aides, so he got nothing out of the tour. There is a lot of walking on uneven ground and stair-climbing, so keep that in mind too. Our family was fine, but others struggled to keep up on the long tour. Our guide would answer his personal cell phone from time to time - not very professional. He was very knowledgeable about La Alhambra and we did enjoy the attraction very much. The people that picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel were nice and offered suggestions of other things to do in Granada.
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