Apartamentos Muralla Ziri

Calle de San Juan de los Reyes, 7, 18010, Granada, Granada, 18010, Spain
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Forum Posts

Does anyone know of any easy parking in Granada?

by jamccann

Has anyone heard of parking on the outskirts of downtown near a hospital then taking a taxi to Plaza Nuevo?

Re: Does anyone know of any easy parking in Granada?

by puerto_lover

If you open these two links they detail info about Parking called Severo Ochoa . I think this parking offers a good central opportunity.
http://www.granadamap.com/so/index_en.htm
http://tinyurl.com/26s6ge ( a Yellow Pages map centred on this parking.)

Re: Does anyone know of any easy parking in Granada?

by lolyton

A good place to park which is a walk away from town would be the Carrefour. Parking is free and it is just inside the main Granada ringroad. Come off on the Armilla exit head for centro and it is on your right.....Can't miss it. You can get a taxi or bus or it's a 20-25min walk to Plaza Nuevo!

Re: Carrefour parking in Granada?

by gardenerstu

Is the Carrefour (French supermarket?) car park safe to leave a hire car unattended for a few days/nights & is it really easy to find?

Travel Tips for Granada

Best zones for students

by raquelitalarga

Let me say first that cities in Spain are generally very safe! As people stay up late, and there are so many bars, the streets are rarely deserted and I walked everywhere in the cental zones, even in the early hours.
I know Granada well and have friends who rent out rooms to students in an area very popular, especially with American students, this is Realejo. However all areas should be OK excepting only the Albaicín which does have a problem with mugging (narrow dark streets and very touristy,Calle Elvira which is good for a night out with pals be probably not best to live on due to drug addicts etc and an area on the outskirts of the city called the Polígono. Personally I think you'd like best the area around the Law Faculty(Plaza de La Universidad)as it's historic, studenty(Spanish) and close to great bars, clubs and the shopping district.The university should be able to help you with your search and they will only recommend central areas where there are lots of other students.

Bebe una cana

by amapola66

If you don't fancy a bottle or a large beer, just ask for 'una cana' (there should be a squiggle above the 'n' but my keyboard doesn't do it, so prounounced 'canya') and you will receive a small glass of beer, just right for a quick nip inbetween shopping or visiting the sites. I like this alot, a small wine glass sized ice cold beer is just right for me. I never drink beer here in the uk, as I don't fancy a chemical ridden bottle or a half pint/pint and don't forget, you nearly always get a free tapa with your cana in Granada.

History shines through

by lilnation

If you do take the time to walk around Granada , it's history will shine through and offer up a wide variety of evidence to the fact. Case in the point this fortified wall next to the Jardines de Triunfo

Second Hand Clothes

by blint

Even though I ticked the Womans clothes section above doesn’t mean men can't buy second hand clothes here as well; I just couldn't see a box for clothes in general!

In Plaza Universidad and Calle Escuelas you can find lots of really CHEAP second hand clothes shops.

If you are looking especially for jackets (although it sells everything else too) try the shop on Escuelas with the giant Aliens in the doorway. You can get all sorts of Jackets and coats here for men and for woman.

It is also full of interesting art work such as the alien in the picture, paintings and a really old gas pump from America. The changing room curtains are made from off cuts of jeans sewn together and there are interesting collections of plastic toys jotted around the shop! Leather Jackets (from 45€)
Skin Coats (from 9€-75€)
Trousers (from 5€)
shoes (about 30€ for good trekking shoes)
skirts (from 3€)
tops
bags
toys! (on display and for sale for 1€) Anything from 3 euros

Buy the Carnet and Save Pennies

by Mozumbus

Granada is a small city and comprehensively connected by the Buses running through the (narrow) streets of the city. Buses are so inevitable for an average tourist that it is most likely that you will end up doing several rides (6 - 10). So, you can save some pennies by purchasing, specially if you are not alone, a carnet rather than single-ride tickets.

One ride costs, as of today, 1.2 euros, however the carnet of 10 costs 8.5 euros (0.85 per ride) while that of 16 rides cost 10 euros (0.63 per ride). These carnets come handy in the form of plastic cards, can be purchased from the Bus Driver, and can be used for more than one person, i.e. one carnet for multiple persons.

Show the plastic card to the machined installed at the entrance of the bus to record your ride. We found it difficult to record multiple persons but usually bus drivers do help, so did not cause any problem.

The Bus Driver will charge 2 euros per card reimburseable upon returning the card.

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Address: Calle de San Juan de los Reyes, 7, 18010, Granada, Granada, 18010, Spain