White Nest Hostel Granada

santisimo, 4, 18010, Spain
White Nest Hostel Granada
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Drive from Granada to Madrid

by carcassone

The last leg of our March vacation is to get back to Madrid from Granada (no open jaw).

My current plan is to pickup a rental car from Seville and drive to Granada, touring the white hills town with an overnight in Ronda. We will not use the car during our 2 days in Granada. We'll drive from Granada to Madrid on the last day and probably spend our last night in a hotel close by the airport.

Is the drive from Granada to Madrid interesting? Rick Steves' said it's a boring 4-5 hrs drive. Is there any worthly stop along the way? We'd have done Toledo already as a daytrip from Mad the week before.

I'm thinking if it's there is not much explore along this route, then perhaps we can ditch the car 2 days earlier in Granada and just bus/train/fly to Madrid on that last day.

We are a family of 4 so I need to price out the options too.

RE: Drive from Granada to Madrid

by Redang

On the way to Madrid, you can visit Jaén and the Route of Don Quijote: Campo de Criptana and El Toboso. You can have a look at my travel tips on the last two places together with the web www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/gbr/tpl/hme/MaHomePage.htm to find out the driving distances/time.


Travel Tips for Granada

I actually thought the...

by Los

I actually thought the Alhambra tour was over rated for being the most visited tourist spot in the country. Tickets had to be purchased days ahead of time and the tour was short. I felt like there was alot of the palace we didn't see.

Buskers to keep you amused

by Bwana_Brown

In addition to the excellent food and drink at our little bar on Plaza Nueva, we also had a great view of some buskers who were entertaining passers-by in a large open area of the Plaza (with the lead busker seen here in the distance with his red top and black shorts pulled up past his waist). I have always enjoyed watching buskers but had not seen one perform in quite some time, so was pleased to be able to laugh at his juggling, fire-eating and various other antics. The show actually was taking place in front of the old Royal Chancellery at the left, built in 1530 but now used as the High Court.

The guy worked non-stop and had quite a crowd gathered around to watch his show. Unlike him, there were other street vendors (all appearing to be African) who actually came to the various tables trying to sell CDs they were carrying. We did not bite.

Gaudix - Cave Dwellings

by Svitata

It's a small town with cave dwellings, just east of Granada. If you drive, it will take about 30-40mins. It's a quiet town and holds the largest proportion of cave dwellings in Andalusia. However, these are not natural caves but dwellings which have been excavated by man. The town is also accessible by train, but it is located 20mins from the town centre.

Tapas and drinks

by suvanki about Calle Navas

Calle Navas was my favourite spot for spending an evening/night sampling the local beers and cocktails, with the accompanying tapas.
My hostal was on C/Rossario which is a continuation of Navas, So VERY convenient for staggering back!

To be continued.... I was here late October - mix of weather, from warm night to torrential downpour.

So, come prepared! In the day time, most of the clientele appeared to be office workers, with a smattering of tourists- so a mix of suits /tourist gear.

Thursday evening was smart casual, and same at the weekend, with some very smart dressers- mainly the 50+ age group.

Aunque desplazarse por la...

by fga

Aunque desplazarse por la ciudad es un constante subir y bajar, lo mejor es caminar. El coche resulta muy poco práctico porque hay muchas calles angostas, es facil perderse y estacionar resulta imposible. Además, las distancias son cortas y para subir a la Alhambra se puede usar los 'minibuses' que salen de la Plaza Nueva cada diez minutos.


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