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Granada - Alhambra at night, buying tickets that day?

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So I should have heeded all the warnings about buying tickets to the Alhambra in advance more seriously. Just tried to buy tickets for May 24-25 when we will be in Granada. Was able to get the daytime visit tickets but there are none left to visit the palace at night.

Can anyone advise whether it is worth trying to buy night tickets the day of? What would be the best strategy? My guide book isn't as detailed on this as it is the daytime tickets. We'd love to do the night tour but not if it means wasting precious time waiting in line for tickets.

If we can't get in (and even if we can) what else should we be aiming to see/do while in Granada for two days?

Thanks!

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