Hotel Niza

Navas, 16, Granada, Granada Province, 18009, Spain
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Traffic into Granada in the evening

by chitra0828

Hi: we are driving into Granada the evening of a Saturday and we have to find Pension Lisboa. We will be approaching Granada from the road from Jaen.. so i was just wondering do we need to be prepared for a lot of traffic and how hard might it be to find our hotel? any advise or suggestions?

best chitra

Re: Traffic into Granada in the evening

by chitra0828

Hey thanks. we are coming into Granada after spending teh day in Baeza and UBeda, does that help? I believe there is a parking lot near pension lisboa, but i;'m not entirely clear. from your reading i'm guessing we want to be in granada and parked probably by about 6p before it gets dark?

Re: Traffic into Granada in the evening

by chitra0828

ok thanks a lot. best chitra

Travel Tips for Granada

ALHAMBRA

by Maggies

Granada is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The most famous attraction of Granada is La Alhambra, name of the hill where you can find the Generalife Gardens, Palacio de los Nazaries, Palacio de Carlos V and Alcazaba.
Granada was the last stronghold of the Muslims in Spain. They ruled here until 1,492, when the Catholic monarchs (Isabel and Fernando) expelled Boabdil.
To get to Alhambra you have to walk up the street right from La Plaza Nueva – the street’s name is Calle Cuesta de Gomerez. You could also take a bus there, but it’s not too far and a walk up there through the great park is quite nice....

Universidad

by Carmela71


This photo is from the first time I went with Beach_dog (Stace), in summer, the university looked so empty as when normally you go during university time, but still some people around.

this is only the administrative office, but this university is one of the famous in Spain and its arquitecture and patios are beautiful.

Day 3 Alcalá la Real - Alcaudete >> 26.8k

by into-thin-air

Another nice undulating day, again walking on a mixture of quiet roads and
earthen tracks.

Again only one chance of lunch after 14k at Ventas de Carrizal which has a
couple of bars (Only one open when we passed through) and a shop.

Plenty of choices for both accommodation and restaurants for your evening
meal in the small town of Alcaudete.

El Realejos

by Christina1881

Realejos is the old jewish neighbourhood in Granada - it is on the opposite side of Alhambra from Albaiczin.
It is not quite as charming as the Albaiczin, but is worth a visit. Realejos is also filled will small narrow streets, old charming buildings, and if you get to the Campo del Principe you will be able to enjoy a beer and tapas while enjoying the view of the plaza and the hotel Alhambra on the hillside.

Train ride to Sevilla

by puerto_lover

If you visit Granada then you should try to go to Sevilla as well. Directly west of Granada, you can get a train or a bus and it takes 3 hours. I prefer the train because it winds through the olive trees and you have some really great views. The train is a local one and only 4 per day so it's best to reserve and buy your seats in advance, either at the station itself, or at a travel agent. It is possible to do it online nearer the day of travel if you can understand the Spanish web site of RENFE. The journey to Sevilla is about 3 hours.
Relaxing.

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 Hotel Niza

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Niza Hotel Granada

Address: Navas, 16, Granada, Granada Province, 18009, Spain