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arriving late in granada

by taikofan

Hi.

I want to take the latest bus from Seville to Granada. It arrives in the wee hours of the morning - 2:30 AM!

Is it safe to get into town at this hour? will there be taxis outside of the bus station? What are taxi rates ?

Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks!

Re: arriving late in granada

by puerto_lover

In the summer, you will find that Granada is busy in the night ! Especially during the weekend or public holidays. Taxi drivers will not sleep and if there are buses running they will be waiting for you ! The bus station is large and on a busy road. Not sure where you are going but a taxi should not cost more than €10 and not less than €5.

Travel Tips for Granada

Alhambra

by andal13

Fortress and palace, Alhambra is a magnificent place, that takes you back to 14th century.

Fortaleza y palacio, la Alhambra es un lugar imponente, que te lleva de regreso al siglo XIV. I remember a walk at Generalife Gardens, early in the morning... Whispering fountains, high trees, rosebeds and colour fishes swimming in quiet water pools, will always be on my mind.

Recuerdo una caminata por los Jardines del Generalife, temprano en la mañana... Fuentes cantarinas, árboles altos , rosaledas y pececitos de colores nadando en estanques de aguas tranquilas, permanecerán para siempre en mi memoria.

PATIO DE LOS LEONES

by LoriPori

The center-piece of the PATIO DE LOS LEONES or Lion's Court, is a small fountain supported by twelve figures of Lions. This picturesque area is one of the more photographed and popular sections of the Palace. I know I couldn't get enough of it.

Skiing in the Sierra Nevada

by blint

If you're from a snowy country then you propbably won't think much of the Sierra Nevada, but if you're not then it's a great activity to do in the winter if you're in the area. Go to the fully functioning resorts where you can ski or get lessons. It's a great alternative activity in the south of Spain. Ski's
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Cold weather waterproof clothes!

Exploring The Albaicin

by Krystynn

The Albaicín is the old Arabic quarter located on the hill directly opposite the beautiful Alhambra.

This whole area is characterized by its many narrow cobble-stoned streets and alleys with its white washed houses. The Albaicin of today still manages to retain a strong Arabic influence. (The Christian Kings tried to ethnically cleansed the Arabic population over 500 years ago).

There are many squares with terraces and places for you (the weary world traveler currently on your stopover in Granada) to laze about and have a bite to eat.

The Albaicín must surely be a watercolor painter's paradise! And at almost every turn, you can also catch a stunning view of the Alhambra!

If you go to a shop which sells any of the typical granadino pottery (white background with strong blue shapes) you will be sure to read the oft quoted refrain:

"Give him alms woman because there is nothing as bad as being blind in Granada."

Granada Bus Station

by aaaarrgh

Unfortuantely Granada's Bus Station (and nearby Train Station) are quite a long distance from the city centre, around two miles I would say. This means catching another bus, or a taxi to Gran Via, or your accommodation.

Buses 3 and also 33 take you between the Bus Station and the city centre, for around 1 euro - pay the bus driver when you get on. Because there were three of us we caught a taxi into the city centre - they use meters and it cost about 6 euros to the Cathedral, or 8 euros all the way to the bottom of 'our' street. The taxi's have cards which they use to access the (normally closed) streets of the old city.

The bus service is great to other parts of Andalucia from Granada. The long-distance buses are very busy and popular. It cost about 7 euros one-way to Malaga or under 6 euros to the Costa Tropical (both around 1 1/2 hours).

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