Granada Transportation

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  • 1. BUSES

    I do like the way one can pay the driver on ordinary Spanish makes life so much easier than having to find a newsagent/whatever where one can buy tickets!'ve arrived at Granada...

  • 2. BY CAR

    The complexity and narrowness of the streets of the Albayzin will drive you madly around in circles if you do not have a GPS. I do believe that we would still be driving around if not for the...

  • 3. TRAINS

    From Granada to Jerez de la Frontera I wanted to go from Granada to Jerez d.l. Frontera. This is a long and awkward trip but can be done easily enough by train. The trains in Spain are clean,...


    ..........or into Albayzin. Streets in the older parts of Granada are very narrow, far too narrow for large buses. So there are minibuses to serve those areas, including the route up to the Alhambra...

  • 5. FLIGHTS

    *Aug2010 - even Ryan air have stopped this route now, so it's busy old Malaga and a drive/bus now - Apparently, there are 'talks' - I will update if I hear any news* *JULY-'08 - Sadly, this route has...

  • 6. Around Granada. Bus

    The best way to move to other places in Andalucia is the bus. Most of the cities and villages are linked by this transport. The Bus Station is a bit away from...

  • 7. Granada Airport

    Granada airport is about 17km west of the city. There is a bus service between the airport and the city centre which leaves approximately every 30 minutes. It...

  • 8. By Car: How far/how long...?

    Granada is in Andalucia, south of Spain.Driving distances to Granada from:- Málaga: 127 kms.- Sevilla: 252 kms.- Madrid: 421 kms.- Paris (France): 1688 kms.-...

  • 9. Buses in Granada

    there is no subway in granada, so if you need to get across town, the best way to do so is the bus. if i recall correctly, i think a bus ticket is about 1 euro....

  • 10. Bus to/from train station

    The city bus does not stop directly at the Granada train station. To get to the train station, catch a No. 4, 6, 9, or 11 bus on the Gran Via de Colon going...

  • 11. Airplane

    Granada has a very small airport 12 kilometres far from the centre. It's a national airport so you'll only can go there from the most importants cities in Spain...

  • 12. From Madrid I drove my rental...

    From Madrid I drove my rental car to Granada via the Autopista de Andalucia (N-IV). It's about a 5 hour trip one way. Past the cut-off to Cordoba and Sevilla...

  • 13. Granada does provide an...

    Granada does provide an airport though it it for national flights only. Best is to fly to Malaga and the take a car of some sort to Granada, which is between a...

  • 14. Granada has no international...

    Granada has no international airport. The nearest international airport to Granada is the Airport of Malaga.To get from Malaga to Granada you have to get a bus...

  • 15. Aunque desplazarse por la...

    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...

  • 16. The most comfortable and...

    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)....

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