Finca la Luz

Calle Juan Ramon Jimenez 164, Urbanizacion Torrepalma Carmona, Granada, Spain
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Transportation to hostal from the rail station

by narmer_03

Need some help to figure out a way from the train station to our hostal at C/Rosario near the cathedral. We will be coming in ~8:20PM from Ronda. What would be the best way to get to our hostal. I would prefer to take a taxi. But I read somewhere that the streets may be closed for traffic. Will it be easy to find a taxi late in the evening and how much might the fare be? Any suggestions would be helpful.

Re: Transportation to hostal from the rail station

by suvanki

Hi! Taxis run through the day and night, So You shouldn't have any problems. My last visit to Granada was in October 06, and there was a problem with road works, but I was told this would soon be sorted.
When are You travelling to Granada? My first visit in May co-incided with a big festival, so my taxi had to do a diversion.
One of my friends is in Granada this weekend, So I'll find out if there are any problems with the traffic and update You.

Another option might be getting a bus from the station to Gran Via Colon - According to my guide book, You walk out of the station and catch a bus on Avenida de la Constitucion. Buses4, 6, 7, 9 and 11 heading East (or right)
From the Cathedral on Gran Via de Colon - facing the Christopher Columbus statue, turn right onto Calle Reyes Catolicos, cross the road and You'll come across Plazza Isabel La Catolica, with the Town Hall. Continue forward along Navas - a great street for tapas/ bar hopping. When You cross the narrow road, You're on C/ Rosario. I stayed in a hostal here - probably the same as You are booked into - Hostal Costa Azul? It's a 5 min walk from the Cathedral to here.

Hope this is of some use to You.
Please feel free to contact me for more info.
Best Wishes,
Sue

Re: Transportation to hostal from the rail station

by Christina1881

Shouldn't be a problem getting a taxi from the station to the hotel. The were a huge renovacion of Gran Via (main street where the cathedral is located) for a long time, but that is over now. The street is closed for trafic durring the day, but that does not include taxis nor buses.
It is also quite easy to take one of the buses from the trainstation to the cathedral, and it would be cheaper. The bus is about 1 Euro, and I would expect the taxi to cost you a little less than 10 Euro.

Have fun!

Travel Tips for Granada

The Alhambra and The...

by ctv881




The Alhambra and The Generalife :

Superb Moorish Fortress, unique in world. Do not miss :La Alcazaba, Garden of Los Adarves, the Serrallo or Comares Palace,Courtyard of the lions, Lindaraja or Daraxa lookout and Generalife. However i think it´s impossible to leave something without seeing it.

It´s quite big so reserve not less than 5-6 hours to see it. Moreover it´s very important to book tickets in advance due to the long queues.

Check Out Alhambra's Lovely Azulejos Tiles

by Krystynn

Here I am taking a short respite just outside one of the many beautiful rooms of The Alhambra.

If you take a closer look...(just behind me) - you'd be able to marvel at the stunning Azulejos tiles (of Moorish origins and architecture) adorning the walls inside the Alhambra.

Casa Museu Manuel de Falla

by berenices

Except for lovers of classical music, this tiny gem of a place will likely not figure in most tourists' places to visit in Granada. Manuel de Falla is one of Spain's greatest composers (1876-1946, his best known piece is Noches en los Jardines de España), who lived in Granada for 18 years, in this small, almost nondescript house, just off the Alhambra. Before the visit, I only knew a bit of his music, but this little museum which looked exactly how it was when he was still living there was a revelation about the man behind the music -- very devout, exacting, and a hypochondriac. I had an especially memorable time because one of the visitors (there were only 3 of us) was a French musician and he was asked by the museum guide to in fact play something on Falla's piano. So the guy did, and it was just sheer joy to be there to experience the moment!

PARQUE NATURAL - OTIVAR

by Maggies

You can see this beautiful park on the way from Granada to Almuñecar. It takes 1 more hour to get to the seaside when taking this road, but it’s worth it. To see more of these amazing, spectacular views check out my Almunecar page.

From main bus station into the centre

by puerto_lover

If arriving by bus from Madrid, or Sevilla or elsewhere, the main bus terminal of Granada is on Carretera de Jaen. = ESTACION DE AUTOBUS = It is a little outside the centre but you can take a taxi or a city bus from here.
If you are heading to Plaza Nueva downtown use the Number 3 bus from the main road adjacent to the bus terminal. All the bus routes are shown on the Granada urban bus company web site:

http://www.transportesrober.com/

Number 3 is a good bus for getting from Estacion de Autobuses into the centre. You can see Tariffs and times of buses using this web site.


Also I have done a Google Map to show the route from the Bus Terminal to Gran Via and Plaza Nueva.

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