Taray Hotel Granada

Nacional A-348 - Km 18.18400, Granada, 18400, Spain
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Inmaculada Concepción by Alonso CanoInmaculada Concepción by Alonso Cano

Alhambra from the RealejoAlhambra from the Realejo

Perigrino's inside the Casa ParroquiaPerigrino's inside the Casa Parroquia

Getting a little closer to Los OlivaresGetting a little closer to Los Olivares

Forum Posts

travel help needed please

by allanpar

i am traveling to granada in a few days from england and would like advice on how to get to malaga, the quickest and easyest way please can anyone help

Re: travel help needed please

by leics

I've been researching this myself.

It seems the bus from Malaga is by far the fastest option.......trains take a very long time, and their details are not on the Spanish railway site (well, I can't find them) http://www.renfe.es/ The wonderful bahn.de:

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

gives train times and details. Change at Antequera-Santa Ana.

But he bus seems by far the most sensible option:

http://www.alsa.es/portal/site/Alsa gives times and prices. Takes 1.5 - 2 hours, 9.76 euro one-way, bookable online if you want.

Re: travel help needed please

by AsturArcadia

Check the www.renfe.es website, but BEWARE!

To get from Granada to Málaga you need to change trains at Bobadilla. Bobadilla is only served by trains from Granada heading for Algeciras (and not for Sevilla).

So first check Granada to Bobadilla, then check Bobadilla to Málaga, clicking on the lists of origins and destinations.

Do NOT attempt to switch trains at Antequera or Antequera-Santa Ana, unless you want a taxi ride between a pair of the three stations in this area. yes, I know it is complicated, but that is how the powers that be in RENFE ordain things.

Re: travel help needed please

by puerto_lover

The ALSA bus is the best way and quickest way. The train will be upgraded in a few years and you may be able to get from Granada to Malaga by train but nowadays it is useless. As Pedro says, you can take a bus from the city - perhaps from Gran Via which is a few minutes walk from Plaza Nueva.
This is a map showing where the bus station is. Further out of the centre than the rail station unfortunately.

http://granadamap.com/airport/bus_stops.htm

Travel Tips for Granada

Don't get scared!

by arlequin_g

If you are at a bar or terrace and you ask for a drink and you see the waiter brings you also a dish with something to eat (one "tapa") don't) don't think he's mad. In some parts of Andalucia like Granada it's tradition to bring something to eat (for free) when ordered a drink. It's not in all bars.

Feel The Magic Of The Alhambra!

by Krystynn

In the evenings, when the scent of jasmine starts to linger in the cool autumn air, why don't you stroll up to the Mirador de San Nicholas?

Why?

Because it is from here that you'll be able to gaze at the maze of roof tops with the Alhambra (in the far distance) flowing in the sunset. This million-dollar view is nothing short of - MAGICAL.

Nothing beats seeing it for yourself.

Sierra Nevada

by solopes

Less than one hour distant Sierra Nevada is a nice skiing station. The distance makes it the favorite to Portuguese, and the proximity of the beauties and life of Granada do help a lot. I've never been there in skiing peak season and don't know how the traffic conditions, but I do believe that staying in town and going there for some hours would be my option, if possible.

Parque de el Triunfo/Fuente del Triunfo

by Christina1881

At the end of Gran Via de Colon you will find Parque del Triunfo, which is a parque newly restored and a very nice spot in the center of the city. All though it is close to the sounds of the cars it is a nice break from the normal city scene.
The Park have recently gone through big changes and now have a rather modernistic look, but it is still a nice place to enjoy a cold beer or maybe cool down your feets in one of the fountains ;)

The Alhambra Bus

by von.otter

Ride the Alhambra Bus; it will save a long walk up a very steep Sabika Hill, the hill on which the Alhambra sits. It's a cute mini-van styled bus. With the odd fare of 95 euro cents, the driver carries cash.

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