Los Girasoles

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

C/ San Juan de Dios, 48, Granada, Granada Province, 18001, Spain
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
11%
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Very Good
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Average
33%
3
Poor
22%
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Terrible
33%
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 44% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families14
  • Couples20
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Malaga to Granada

by CardinalBorusa

We are flying out to Malaga on the first Friday in October and would like to find out the best way to travel from Malaga to Granada - bus, train or taxi. What are the fares, travel times etc? Which method is most reliable?

Thanks

Re: Malaga to Granada

by nomad7890

Actually this is the only time we rented a car while on vacation. We actually rented the car to go from Malaga to Gibraltar, but when we saw the train connections we decided to keep the car and drop it off in Granada.

Nice part is that the airport is south of the city, so you can drop it off before getting into city traffic, then catch a taxi into town ... was not much.

I do not know about buses, perhaps someone else will post. Train connections from Malaga to Granada were awful at the time we went.

Re: Malaga to Granada

by lifeisatrip

As with Nomad7890, we, too, drove a rental car from Malaga to Granada. Checked in the hotel, drove to Alhambra then dropped off the car from there. The drive was pretty easy compared to driving in other European cities. It even rained hard on our way to Granada, but still it was a pretty relaxing drive.

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Re: Malaga to Granada

by puerto_lover

The train connection between Malaga and Granada is and always has been poor. Recent improvements to the railway lines in this part of Spain means that you can now take one of those fast AVE trains from Malaga to Cordoba and then on to Madrid. But the line between Granada and elsewhere has still not been 'up graded'.
For the best way you need to take a bus. The bus station in Malaga is very close to the new and luxurious train station called "Maria Zambrano". Bus times can be found on the Malaga bus station web site:
http://www.estabus.emtsam.es/
or www.alsa.es
or www.movelia.es
You will discover all the timings and prices.

Re: Malaga to Granada

by TheWanderingCamel

We took the bus from Granada to Malaga. One and a half hours Granada bus station to Malaga Airport. Can't remember the fare but I know seemed reasonable. Taxi would be very expensive for that distance. Are you planning to stay in Granada or just visit for a day?
leyle

Travel Tips for Granada

1. The Alhambra and Generlife...

by si04530

1. The Alhambra and Generlife ..... 2. Sacromonte Bario, it is a steep walk up or down but the view of the ALhambra at sunset is worth a million words Besides the obvious attractions just strolling downtown through the old narrow streets, finding sidewalk cafes and watching life go by.

BACK TO THE BEGINNING

by BerniShand

lets walk slowly back to the entrance now, Im tired, of course if you want to walk back down to the city you can use any of the exits, but Im going back to where I came in
look at this Wisteria vine, its trunk is so thick and twisted, I know it must have been here for a very very long time

we`ll just stop and take a look at the canons outside the Palace Carlos V, Carl is looking to see where they were ignited, but he thinks they have had so many coats of paint over the years that the hole for the detonator wick has been painted over

here are a few shops where you can buy a souvenir of your visit, I dont think I`ll bother, I dont think I will ever forget how wonderful the Alhambra is, in any case, there are so many things we didnt see that we`ll have to come back again

so now its past more lovely gardens and out of the Alhambra, I have had the most wonderful visit and I hope you enjoyed it with me

Day 8 - Cerro Muriano - Villaharta >> 21k

by into-thin-air

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

Nice stop for lunch at El Vacar (Choice of either Bar or shop - Shop
actually in Bar !!)

We opted to stay at Hostal El Cruce which is actually a couple of k before
you reach Villaharta, a nice place if a little expensive, but it does have a
good Menu del Dais at a reasonable price which helps offset the room prices
!!

The white walkways of Pampaneira

by TempNomad

Take the time to walk through this town. Bring a bottle of Lanjaron, and stroll through the streets (without cars). Even though it's HOT, I suggest doing it around 2pm because it's deserted. It's amazing to walk through this town alone. Be quiet, however, you don't want to rouse anyone from a nice siesta.

they stop after midnight

by Faracy

Granada is small and compact, so you can walk just about anywhere if you´re feeling ambitious... but it can be very hot with searing sun, and the busses are air conditioned.. They run up and down the main streets, cost .90 euros, and there are bus cards which you can buy at tobacco shops.
They stop running here at either 11:00 PM or Midnight.. so after this time you will be walking or taking a taxi unless you have a car.
I found it interesting that there are some larger seats on the busses.. for larger people?

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