EH Santa Cruz

Crta. Sierra Nevada Km 12, , Granada Province, 18196, Spain
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are granada buses accessible?

by mumin1971

we are planning a family travel to granada. my son uses wheelchair. i would like to ask are buses in granada accessible for wheelchair? is the airport shuttle bus (blue bus) accessible?

is the little bus goes to alhambra accessible?

please help. thank you.

Re: are granada buses accessible?

by unaS

I suggest that you check out the information available on this site:
http://almeria.angloinfo.com/information/34/disabled.asp

Adapted Airport Ferry Service
Vehicles adapted with ramps are available from local companies for transport to and from international airports.

Buses in Granada new town are wheelchair accessible as they have retractable ramps

Re: are granada buses accessible?

by WomBatt

Agree with above, but I cannot be sure (and I doubt) for the small buses in the Alhambra/Albaicin area.

Re: are granada buses accessible?

by WomBatt

The blue coach run by Gonzalez (and not a bust) to the airport is exactly that - a coach with steps.

Re: are granada buses accessible?

by WomBatt

The blue coach run by Gonzalez (and not a bus) to the airport is exactly that - a coach with steps.

Travel Tips for Granada

Bib-Rambla Plaza for the wild ride

by Martin_S.

Now THIS is the "wildest" ride I have seen in some time. This gentleman must ride the equivelant of a hundred kilometers EACH DAY...I would hate to compete against him in a cross country ride, must have legs of STEEL.

Beer Run to Corte Ingles

by johnnyo

If you go down this street, you run into the Corte Ingles wich is a great place to grab some vino and vodka so you can have a little pre-party while the girls take their usual five million hours to get ready.

Shops: Siestas and Fiestas

by blint

Shops usually open fom about 9 in the morning and close at 2pm (in Spain the morning (mañana) is considered to be up to 2pm not 12pm). They then open again in the afternoon at about 5:30-6 until 9-9:30.In Spain there is no evening time they call it afternoon (tarde) right up to nightime (noche).

Many shops may close Saturay afternoons and all day Sunday. Especially in smaller towns or villages.

Watch out for the many holidays and Puentes (extended holidays) when shops can be closed 3 or 4 days in a row!!!!!!

Capilla Real

by jackfruit

This chapel served the Spanish Christian Royalty during the time that Granada was the capital. This is where the greatest of the Spanish rulers - Queen Isabella, King Ferdinand and Charles V - are buried.

This is a must see sight in Granada. Most visitors spend just enough time in Granada to check out the Alahambra, but I highly recommend walking the Grand Via section of town to see this chapel, the cathedral and the colorful squares.

My favorite thing in the chapel (it's actually in the lobby leading to the main chapel) was the exquisite painting that depicts the symbolic win of Christianity over Islam in Spain. In this vivid painting, Boabdil the Moorish king concedes defeat by handing over the keys to Granada to King Ferdinand. The Alahambra forms the backdrop for this historical event.

The chapel was built on the site of a older Moorish mosque, as was the Cathedral.

Calle Elvira

by lareina

There are many laid-back bars along Calle Elvira such as Enano Rojo, Ojankano (C/ Cedran), Eshavira Jazz Club (Postigo de la Cuna), or the Bagdad Cafe...to name a few. You are likely to find live music in a few bars. The Elvira scene tends to be a little older than the masses on Pedro Antonio and a little hipper than the tapas scene at Plaza Nueva or Campo del Principe.

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