Casa Palacio Lopez Daza

Plaza de Bib-Rambla, 15, Granada, 18001, Spain
Casa Palacio Lopez Daza
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Madrid to Granada by train or bus

by julia687

I am going to be flying in to Madrid and out of Granada having 9 nights in total departing at the end of february - can you suggest an itinerary I should take. How many nights in each place etc. I willl be travelling by train or bus or even flight if it is cheaper. I will be staying in hostels so any accomodation you can recommend would be great.

RE: Madrid to Granada by train or bus

by delcity

globe trekker has done several tv shows on spain madrid and granda.
( ) it is a little trickee to find the itinerary that they use for the shows. look at meet presenters . then look at the places that they have been. if they have been to spain it will show on the list. click on it. it use to go to a day by day of where they were and what they visited.
spain also has a very good government run web site for tourist information.
look here for the link ( )
you use to be able to order free booklets.
if they still have free or low cost booklets go ahead and order at less one.
they use to send coupons for all kinds of things along with the booklet you ordered and also a booklet that list a site where you can check out places to stay from 1star bed and breakfast to the 4 star hotels. most places on the list had a web site listed where you could make rev.

Travel Tips for Granada

Church of Santa Ana

by Beach_dog

The church located in the Plaza Nueva, should be your first port of call for the Albaicin district. Walk past the church up the little lane following the river. Good views of the Alhambra on the hill to your right. When you reach the small Tapas bars further up any left turn will take you directly into the Albaicin district.

"Alhambra" beer

by la_beba

Very popular in Granada, Spain. It is found on tap in most Bars and Pubs. It is most often served in "Wine Glasses" After a week of drinking it and other beers of Southern Spain It was refreshing from the first sip to the last, they always served it super-cold!!! I didn't notice any hoppiness or bitter after taste. Locals of Granada praise their Alhambra beer, and with good reason.


by andal13

Salobreña is a small town at Province of Granada, situated on the coast. White houses climb a hill which has an ancient fortress on the top.
Put your most comfortable shoes on, and begin to walk!

If you want more information about Salobreña, you can visit my Salobreña Travel Page.

Salobreña es un pueblito de la Provincia de Granada, situado sobre la costa. Casitas blancas trepan una colina, que tiene una antigua fortaleza en la cima.
Ponte tus zapatos más cómodos, y comienza a caminar!

Si quieres más información sobre Salobreña, puedes vistar mi página sobre esta localidad.

Sala Quilombo

by raquelitalarga about Sala Quilombo

This small venue, hidden away in the Realejo quarter, has a resident dj as well as dj's from around Europe. It might have been discovered by the hordes of American exchange students and other'youngsters' now it has been reviewed by Rough Guide to Spain but it was usually 95% Spanish.
The music varies between house, techno, etc... but not the cheesy pop stuff you'll find in clubs like Granada 10. If you are there and notice fliers for Puto Amo...go! On a recent visit to Granada I wimped out but my boyfriend headed off there about 2a.m and returned about 7a.m after stopping off for coffee and churros;-)
Techno D.Js Animatek and Mansi are regulars, local celebrities that can be viewed on youtube There wasn't a dress code when I was last's a pretty relaxed place.

Granada does provide an...

by scorsese

Granada does provide an airport though it it for national flights only. Best is to fly to Malaga and the take a car of some sort to Granada, which is between a 1 and 2 hour journey. Trains are also avaliable.
Walk, its not too big and the paving isn't too good for your car. Parking is scarce aswell. I guess a bike is good if you have the skillz, and motor scooters


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