There is no end of ways to get to Granada as the city is connected to the arterial road of Andalucía, the A.92. By plane, train or road, there are so many options. We can truly say all roads lead through Granada.
How to get to Granada and what?s the best means of transport are two questions many people ask. We would like to give you some tips so you can make the best choice depending on the type of visit you are planning.
Nothing better than flying in if you are planning a romantic getaway or a weekend skiing. It is the best way to get to Granada quickly, don?t hesitate.
When flying from Madrid, within two and a half hours you can be walking around the Generalife gardens or skiing on the Sierra Nevada. The Federico Garcia Lorca Granada and Jaen airport is just 17km from the city of Granada and is well connected by bus and taxi.
If you are travelling with family or friends, then it is easy to reach Granada by road. The scenery around the capital of Granada offers plenty of different, breathtaking views; forests to the north, olive groves to the west and fertile meadows to the south.
Driving can be a pleasurable experience when taking the necessary precautions while at the Wheel. It is very well connected by the motorway, and the ring road that surrounds Granada will get you to wherever you want in the city. Its 166 Km from Almeria, the same distance that separates it from Córdoba. It?s 99 km from the capital city of Jaén, 256 km from Sevilla, 129 km from Málaga, 45 km from the Sierra Nevada and 50 km from the Costa Tropical.
Coming by bus or coach can be a very practical solution as it is very well connected with the rest of the country through regular and punctual coaches. Especially with Madrid that has a coach service to Granada every hour.
Granada is the geographical centre of western Andalucía where all the routes that link Andalucía with Eastern Spain meet.
I f on the other hand your favourite travel companion is a book then the best way to get to Granada is by train. It is comfortable, stress free and the availability of services like a cafeteria make travelling by train a relaxed as well an eco friendly way of travelling.
Even though the buses run right into the heart of the city, the trains don?t run as frequently or have the great connections the buses and coaches do. We are hoping that the arrival of the AVE (high speed train) that links Málaga to Madird in the town of Antequera, in Málaga, will resolve this historical deficiency.
Getting to Granada won?t be a problem; the problem will be that you won?t want to leave!
Differing from most Spanish cities where the bus station is located in the city center, in Granada it has been moved to an area of development called Distrito Norte. It is a bit far at 3 km from the center,...
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