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Granada is located in south-eastern Spain, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains and a short distance from the Mediterranean Sea.
You can get to Granada by road (car or bus), train, air (airports in Granada, Malaga and Madrid), and sea (landing in the port in Motril).
Granada-Jaén GRX airport is 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) from the city centre.
Operating times for the Airport Bus Line.
For passengers with reduced mobility, ask for assistance by telephone with, at least, 24h in advance T 902 42 22 42 www.alsa.es.
The A-44 and A-4 highways link Granada and Madrid. The A-92 links Granada to Seville and Malaga. The A-92 also connects to the Levant, continuing the route along the A-7. The A-44 links Granada with Motril, on the Tropical Coast.
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From Granada bus station you can travel anywhere in Spain and to Europe's main destinations.
Granada railway station is in the city centre. On Avenida Andaluces.
You can consult the timetables of trains to and from Granada on the Renfe website.
You can also come to Granada via the port in Motril, which is only 70 kilometres from the city.