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Details of the owner
In compliance with the reporting obligations contained in Article 10 of Law 34/2002 of July 11, Services Information Society and Electronic Commerce, we provide the data of the owners of this Web site:
Terms of Alhambra and Generalife tour
You must keep a copy of the voucher you get after your reservation to our guide on the day of your visit. This voucher is valid in respect of receipt of payment. The cancellation of the booking, once confirmed, will cost you:
Using the website
The Web Site may provide access to a multitude of texts, graphics, drawings, designs, codes, software, photographs, music, videos, sounds, databases, images, expressions and information (hereinafter "Content") belonging to THE HOLDER or third parties to which the user can access.
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Responsibility and guarantees
THE HOLDER declares that it has taken the necessary measures, within its capabilities and state of technology, allow the correct operation of your Web site as well as the absence of viruses and harmful components.
Links to third party websites
The Web Site may contain links or hyperlinks to websites owned by third parties.
Comments or opinions
Should HOLDER allow users to post their opinions and / or comments on the website, they should not contain expressions that are not suitable for all audiences, including therefore unseemly texts or not considered appropriate or hurt the overall sensitivity.
Duration and modification
Law and Jurisdiction
The terms, conditions and other documents HOLDER shall be governed by Spanish law.