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The Alhambra will open its doors to visitors for the next June 17 after being closed to the public since last march 13 by the crisis of the coronavirus. The enclosure of the alhambra, considered the most visited monument in Spain, has announced its long-awaited opening through the social networks, where it has been clarified that you can return to receive tourists in the coming week, the 17th of June, specifically. “What are you waiting for! #VuelvealaAlhambra, returns to #Granada”, can be read on his Twitter account.
It has been working this time on bring all the spaces to the conditions of safety and hygiene necessary to ensure the safety of workers and visitors with the goal of reopening as soon as possible.
Shortly before we knew the opening date, the mayor de Granada, Luis Salvador , said yesterday that the opening of the Alhambra is something fundamental to this andalusian capital, with the tint added that, with the changes incorporated into the system of purchase of tickets, “ who come to a hotel to sleep you can bring your entries ” to visit the monument.
the Saviour has pointed out to reporters ‘ questions that this measure serves a “historic demand” that existed in Granada for the people who visit the Alhambra, staying in the city, which is important, “in this time more than ever,” he emphasized, alluding to the economic impact that the health crisis of the coronavirus is having on the tourism sector.
the director of The Patronato of the Alhambra of Granada and the Generalife, Rocio Diaz , welcomed the “important work” developed in recent months since the Board of trustees of the Alhambra and the work of all their workers that, over the last few months of closing to the public, have played labour “essential and face-to-face” in the monument, which has maintained internal activity and also telecommuting.