Santa Isabel la Real

Calle Santa Isabel la Real 17 y 19, Granada, 18010, Spain
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Taking a bus in Granada

by bghansel

We are looking to rent an apartment for a week in Granada in October while I attend meetings at the Palacio des Exposiciones y Congresos. There's an interesting vacation apartment in the Albaycin barrio, but it looks as if I'd have to take a bus to the Palacio each day if we stayed there. If we do this, what would be my travel time each way? Is this practical for someone who doesn't know the city very well? How frequently do buses come, and what is the system for buying tickets? Any other information will be much appreciated.


Re: Taking a bus in Granada

by erabler

The web site of the bus company:

I can find the fares there, but nothing on where to buy the tickets.

Re: Taking a bus in Granada

by Christina1881


I have lived 4½ years in Albaicin Bajo, and I think - depending on where in the Albaicin you would be staying - that you would be able to walk to the Palacio de Congresos in about 30 minutes.
If taking the bus, it also depends where in the Albaicin you stay... There are a few minibuses going round the Albaicin, it is about 1 Euro, but it might take you about 20-30 mintues (depending) to get to the main street (Gran Via) where you would have to change buses, and yet again pay 1 Euro!
There are "bonobuses" which are for instans 10 trips, and they are normally a bit cheaper!
I do believe though that if you are not disabled or anything - and you walk with a regular speed (!!!) that it would be more easy just to walk.

Have fun in Granada - it is a wonderful city!


Re: Taking a bus in Granada

by KatrinaEdbrooke

Buses are frequent from Gran Via to the Palacio. If you get a top up travel card, ( buy it on the bus) you can end up paying as little as 50 centimos each journey. You also get a free Burger from Burger King !! This card also works for the Albaicin bus but most locals walk down into town, as its downhill all the way. It takes me 5 minutes to Gran Via. Coming back you can even transfer onto the Albaicin bus and not have to pay again if you do it within a time limit ( 15 mins I think). Getting a bus up the Albaicin is a good idea after a long day, walking uphill in the heat is draining. Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Granada


by Hosell

In Granada you can see: the Chatedral, the old city,the moorish quarter of Albaycin (with a lots of places to see,as Iglesia San Cristobal,an others).But the most important place to see in this city it is LA ALHAMBRA:

[Arab.,=the red], extensive group of buildings on a hill overlooking Granada, Spain. They were built chiefly between 1230 and 1354 and they formed a great citadel of the Moorish kings of Spain. After the expulsion of the Moors in 1492, the structures suffered mutilation, but were extensively restored after 1828. The Alhambra is a true expression of the once flourishing Moorish civilization and is the finest example of its architecture in Spain. It comprises remains of the citadel, the so-called palace of the kings, and the quarters once used by officials. The halls and chambers surround a series of open courts, which include the Court of Lions containing arcades resting on 124 white marble columns. The interior of the building is adorned sumptuously with magnificent examples of the so-called honeycomb and stalactite vaulting; its walls and ceilings are decorated with geometric ornamentation of minute detail and intricacy, executed with surpassing skill in marble, alabaster, glazed tile, and carved plaster. The visit of La Alhambra.I have been three times!!.
Here you can see a night view of LA ALHAMBRA.


by LoriPori

Also one of the most picturesque and most photographed areas of the Alhambra is the PATIO DE LOS ARRAYANES or Arrayanes' Courtyard.Its reflecting pool and rectangular courtyard lead you to the entrance to the Comares' Tower or Torre de Comares.
The Comares Palace consists of: Court of the Myrtles, Hall of the Boat and Hall of the Ambassadors

Day 15 - Don Benito - Medellín >> 9k

by into-thin-air

The shortest day of our Camino, a fairly level day, again walking on a
mixture of quiet roads and earthen tracks

We planned it as a short day both so that we could take a break and also so
that we could have a good look around the small town of Medellín which is
packed full of history, Both Roman and Moorish as well as it being the town
where Hernan Cortes was born.

Only one hotel in town, we pre-booked and it was just as well that we did as
it was "Officially" closed but the owners came and opened it up for us,
rented us a room and then left !! - It was Easter Sunday though !!

A couple of bars so we were able to get a bite to eat in the evening.

El ojo de Granada

by Carmela71

Also I found the other day this web site, maybe it is interesting :

Seems and interesting way of seeing Granada, and obviously a nice wealk around my favorite neighbourghood

The most comfortable and...

by yhcho18

The most comfortable and cheapest way to get Granada form Madrid is taking a bus. The name of a bus terminal located in Madrid is Estacion Sur(south station). From that terminal to Granada, it takes just 5 hours by bus and it costs only 2000Pts. The bus is really good and buses are connected well from Madrid to all of the cities in Spain!!


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 Santa Isabel la Real

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Address: Calle Santa Isabel la Real 17 y 19, Granada, 18010, Spain