Casa del Trigo Hotel Granada

Avenida Hispanidad 14, 18320, Granada, 18320, Spain

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Spanair from Barcelona to Granada

by qzaman

Hello fellow VT'ers

I posted a similar question earliar about Easyjet and Vueling.

I am trying to book a flight from Barcelona to Granada on Sep 9th (one way).
The fare that spanair is quoting (about $53) says it includes one bag.
It does not specify,however, whether only that 1 bag is allowed (either carry on or checked in - doesnt clarify) OR that 1bag is the checked in bag and I can still have a carry on.

We (me and my wife), hopefully, will have two carryon size wheeled bags, two shoulder bags and 1 garment bag (5 in total).

I dont see any option on spanair site for bags as there is on easyjet or Vueling.

I dont want to be hit with high charges at the time of check in.

Can someone who has flown on Spanair please guide me about this matter.

Thanks

Qamar

Re: Spanair from Barcelona to Granada

by Anniewel

I don't know how helpful this response will be, but my husband and I flew Spanair in 2007 from Madrid to Granada, and then Granada to Barcelona on a different day. Both flights permitted one checked bag each at 44 lbs. and one carry-on each at 12 lbs. The following phone no. is one I used from the States, if it will work for you, you could call and ask directly. 1-888-545-5757. Hopefully, the same baggage rules will still apply.

Re: Spanair from Barcelona to Granada

by unaS

Last year I flew from Barcelona to Seville.

After checking all of the extras on Vueling (checked luggage, seat choice, credit card charges and so on), I discovered that Iberia was actually be less expensive! Also the site was much easier to use to make my reservations in advance from outside of Spain.

Do check the Iberia site too and don't forget to add up all those 'little' extras.

Re: Spanair from Barcelona to Granada

by leics

Here's the Spanair lugagge info, in English:

http://www.spanair.com/web/en-gb/Luggage/

1 max 10kg cabin bag and 1 max 23kg hold bag (there are size limits as well).

You're going to have a problem with the garment bag, I'm afraid (as you would on the majority of airlines). I don't think it will be allowed as cabin baggage because you already have a bag each, and extra hold bags cost 25 euro if booked online, 50 euro at the airport.

Re: Spanair from Barcelona to Granada

by qzaman

Thanks a lot for these very helpful replies.

all you VTer's are great

We here in USA are spoiled by the airlines. They allow 2 suitcases to be checked in and then you can have 2 carryon's. Everywhere else is more stringent.

Thanks again

Travel Tips for Granada

Alhambra - general

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Alhambra is a palace which was constructed in XIV century. Alhambra is the most known monument of moorish culture in Spain. The palace is included in the list of the world cultural heritage.
Usually in summer and in the beginning of autumn there are many visitors here and to get into the palace is very difficult. In April we have passed in the palace freely.

Sacromonte and Albaicin...

by ctv881




Sacromonte and Albaicin Districts: If you start from Plaza de Santa Ana you´ll walk along he Darro river which runs parallel to the street and the foundations of the buildings on the right-hand side seem to sink into the river bank. To the right is the Almazora district at the foot of the Alhambra.

Do not forget Arab baths known as El Bañuelo.

The Casas del Chapiz are on the corner of the road leading to the Sacromonte.The end is marked by the Sacromonte Abbey, guardian of some priceless works of art.

La Alhambra: es una roja...

by fga

La Alhambra: es una roja fortaleza que domina la ciudad. En el Patio de los Arrayanes se reflejan los palacios y sus filigranas de piedra, en medio del perfume de las plantas aromáticas. Los materiales mas utilizados en los palacios por dentro, son los azulejos, el yeso y la madera. Los techos están adornados con complejas figuras geométricas, o con verdaderos bosques en yeso.
El Patio de los Leones, se apoya sobre 124 columnas y en el centro tiene una fuente sostenida por doce leones.
El recorrido lleva al Generalife, o jardín del alto paraíso. , encontrandose el Patio de la Acequia, la Escalera del Agua.

Generalife hill

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Stay for a while to watch Alhambra from the top of the opposite Generalife hill. And you'll feel how the atmosphere of the Middle Ages will get into you. Enjoy yourself: i's worth to come here even only for a minute...

GRANADA 10

by Maggies about GRANADA 10

Local Granadinos have a special way to live the night. People drink together in the street until late night (these kind of pre-parties are called botellones) then they go to the bar and after they close the bar (about 3 am) they head to the club. Guess what I was doing here, had great parties... indeed. Was dancing till dawn, till they stoped the music and put the lights on. It was about 7.30 am and it was November, not the middle of summer. Really, these people know how to party... Sigh... Not looking 'good' enough you won't be let in. Granada 10 is a really great fancy place, serving as a movie theater during the day, is a great place for dancing at night.

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