Hotel Almazara

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Cerro de la estacion S N, Riofrío, Granada, 18313, Spain
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Costs 27% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples28
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Granada to Cordoba by ALSA Bus; Transfer from Hostel to Bus Station

by Mozumbus

We are visiting Alhambra, Granada (pre-booked) on June 17 and want to move to Cordoba the next day by ALSA Bus. We are staying near Alhambra. Would it be feasible to catch the first bus in the morning (7:30 am)? What are the transportation options from the hostel to the Bus Station and at what time should we leave the hostel? Do we need to book the Bus in advance or can we do it when in Granada?

We want to visit Mezquita as soon as we arrive in Cordoba. If we manage to catch the 7:30 am bus, we will arrive in Cordoba at 10:15 am. The next bus leaves Granada at 10:30 and reaches Cordoba at 13:10. My question is: how far is the ALSA Bus Station from Mezquita? is it at reasonable, half an hour, walking distance?

Does any one have experience of Socibus that runs from Cordoba to Madrid?

Please reply generously. Your thoughts and experiences will be of great help for us. Further, please share other tips and details as well.

Re: Granada to Cordoba by ALSA Bus; Transfer from Hostel to Bus Station

by Mozumbus

I have got some of the answers from a previous post thanks to puerto_lover and pedmar

Now, the ourstanding questions are:

What is process of ALSA booking? Is it necessary (or highly recommended) to book in advance or can we do it when we arrive in Granada?

Where can one get the loacl bus 3 from with reference to Alhambra?

And Socibus?

Travel Tips for Granada

Views and Music from "Mirador San Nicolas"

by garcinarro

Granada is una ciudad para quedarse con todo el sabor que tiene. El Mirador de San Nicolas es uno de esos sitios donde la gente se sienta para leer y de vez encuando levantar la vista y encontrar la belleza de uno de los mejores anocheres del mundo, con la Alhambra al fondo incluida Sierra Nevada, puedes soñar con esta vista que no ha cambiado apenas desde los tiempos de Boabdil (ultimo rey musulman). Granada es especial por todo, la comida las vistas, las gentes.
Probablemente será una de las ciudades más bohemias del mundo, conserva su herencia multicultural, convivieron en ella las tres culturas del libro (musulmana, hebrea y cristiana).

Si alguna vez me pierdo buscarme en Granada.

Homes in the caves

by TempNomad

Discovering some of the homes in Guadix and the surrounding areas can be challenging. There are a good number which qualify as caves with only a door and sometimes a smokestack to identify it. They are amazing to look at, but it's a bit weird to poke about someone's home. Understandably, the residents aren't too excited about people knocking on their doors. Poverty is one reason why they live here. However, if you are traveling for a while and meet up with some locals, they are very happy to show you around.

They have a lot of pride in their homes.

Planning your stages

by into-thin-air

As I previously mentioned in the introduction, we chose to split the route down into 17 manageable stages, I have written up these stages on the tips below along with a selection of photos to give you an idea of the terrain that you will walk through.
I Hope this helps you in either the planning of your own Camino, or at least gives you an idea of what to expect if you walk this route yourself.
If you need further info on The Camino Mozárabe then please feel free to drop me a line
Buen Camino

Las Alpujarras (4)

by andal13

Trevélez (the town of tres Vélez, or three Vélez, down, middle and up) is the highest town in Spain: it is situated at 1.476 m over sea level, in the middle of Sierra Nevada.

Trevélez, el pueblo de los tres Vélez, el bajo, el medio y el alto, es el pueblo más alto de España: 1,476 m sobre el nivel del mar, en el medio de la Sierra Nevada.

Arrival In Granada

by lilnation

The train from Madrid to Granada was pretty relaxing. Around Mid May it is not that busy so the train was pretty empty. Length of time is approximately 5 hours. You can bring your own munchies on the trip which is recommended. I did not buy anything from the snack bar on the train so I cannot tell you how expensive things are on the train. Once at the station in Granada you can walk a couple yards to get one of the public transit buses to get to your hotel. Another option is just taking a cab which for me was not expensive . Approximate cost to my hotel was 4-5 Euros.


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Address: Cerro de la estacion S N, Riofrío, Granada, 18313, Spain