Huerta de los Angeles 8 (off C. Molinos), Granada, Granada Province, 18009, Spain
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Granada with/without car

by philllie1

i have read some travel-reports where all car-drivers suggest to next time visit granada without car, because of terrible traffic.
therefore I am looking for either:

a) a nearby village to leave my car there overnight and travel to granada by bus or train

b) a hotel/accommodation that is nice and easily to reach by car.

would appreciate help.

Re: Granada with/without car

by TheWanderingCamel

Check this link for a good parking option for Granada

Re: Granada with/without car

by dino335

I stayed at the Hostal Suecia in Granada. We parked our car on the premises for free. This is a two star family run place on a Cul de Sac near the Alhambra.

Re: Granada with/without car

by rodsdispatches

We found a great little hotel with a few parking spaces at the foot of the Alhambra called the Casa Morisca. It ain't cheep but was an old Moorish manor house with the fountain and huge entry doors - very quiet and cool - with a killer view of the Alhambra at night when the lights come on.

There is even a walking path up to the ticket booth but it is steep - better to use coming down after taking the #31 or 32 bus up. Bus stop 50 meters from the hotel. Get a multi-ride card from the first bus you ride and kiss your car goodbye until you leave town.
- Rod

Travel Tips for Granada


by Sharrie

Of course, visit THE ALHAMBRA: Built under the caliphs Ismail I, Yusuf I & Muhammad V. A sensual piece of architecture created to portray the idea of paradise on Earth. Most materials used (plaster, tiles & timber) were simple but superbly decorated the interiors of the palace. Craftmanship is 1st class in this complex which includes the Casas Reales (13th century Alcazaba), Palace of Charles V (16th century) & Generalife (country estate of Nasrid caliphs). Moors used water (as in the top picture), space & overall play of light superbly in their palaces which were designed with culture & learning in mind. This elegant courtyard named Patio de los Leones was built by Muhammad V with a 12 marble lions fountain & the patio is comprised of arcades supported by 124 slender marble columns.


by LoriPori

Surrounding the rectangular Court of the Lions are 124 ornate marble columns. This was a fabulous sight to see. You can just imagine the Sultans and their ladies with their flowing gowns going about their daily routines and perhaps sitting by the fountain, supported by 12 figures of Lions.

Day2 - Moclín - Alcalá la Real >> 27.3k

by into-thin-air

Another nice day, starting off with an easy downhill section and then
undulating for the rest of the day.

Only one chance of lunch, at Ermita Nueva after around 15k which has both
bars and a shop.

Again walking on a mixture of quiet roads and earthen tracks.

Ending the day in the medium sized town of Alcala la Real with good a choice
of accommodation and restaurants for your evening meal.

Carrera del Darro

by Christina1881

Take a walk following the river from Plz. Nueva is a nice and impressive area of Granada - the newly restored area where the bars/restaurants have put up their chairs and table for you to be able to enjoy the view of the Alhambra while dinning.
Right after the "bar-area" you can cross the river (turning right) and take the "cuesta de los chinos" up till the Alhambra, which is a very nice alternative route going to the Alhambra - instead of always going up the Cuesta de Gomérez.

Those little buses

by belgianchocolate

On the ''plaza Nueva' you can jump on those
little buses. For one euro they bring you
to the 'Alhambra' or up the hill of 'Albaicin'.

You can easely do those distances by foot too.
That is if you got the time and the energy.
It can be verry warm and their cheap...

Getting by car to on of both places is not recommended.
Think about a parking spot for starters...


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Address: Huerta de los Angeles 8 (off C. Molinos), Granada, Granada Province, 18009, Spain