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Senior Citizens at the Alhambra

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Senior Citizens at the Alhambra

Would it be possible for a senior citizen with limited mobility to visit the Alhambra?

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1. Re: Senior Citizens at the Alhambra

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Hi..i just got back from visit to malaga in spain..went to alhambra.. I personally think its quite challenging for senior citizens if u opt for tour agency.. If u will go on ur own then i belive u will have yr time to stop and relax for a while..jusy dont miss on the time to the beautiful palaca..thats the most important part of alhambra.. Thanks : Kay , Malaysia

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I agree with Kay. Go by yourself and there are many benches to sit on when you want to rest.

I would skip the Alcazaba because there are many steps to go up and down there, and besides it is not that interesting. The Nazari Palace is the main place to visit.

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