The easiest way to get around Granada is on foot, as the city has a very special urban layout due to its geography and historical heritage.
The transport options for getting where you want to go in Granada are given below.
Traffic restrictions apply to the centre of Granada.
VERY IMPORTANT: Read the following information if you are driving to Granada in your own car
En la ciudad, circula con precaución ya que el tráfico está restringido y respeta la señalización.
The taxi services in Granada and the metropolitan area are given belowTele-Radio-Taxi Granada. 12 lines. 24 hours. T 958 280 654 Taxi Genil. 24 hour service. T 958 13 23 23 Servi-Taxi. Services in the metropolitan area of Granada. T 958 400 199
An extensive, convenient bus system takes you anywhere in the city conveniently and easily, including minibuses that go up to the Alhambra and Generalife.Map of bus lines Fares
A new way of exploring GranadaInformation and itinerary of Granada's tourist train
Locate the car parks in the city where you can leave your car.
Great options on wheels for discovering Granada.
Remember to place your Disabled Parking Card in a visible place and, most importantly, pay attention to the restricted traffic areas.
To get around the metropolitan area of the city easily and conveniently.Granada metropolitan area bus lines
Check the location of the tourist docks enabled for loading and unloading groups and hikers in tourist buses.
Check the parking, traffic and camping information
Sierra Nevada is 45 minutes from Granada.
The best ski resort in Spain.
The highest peaks in Iberian Peninsula are in the National Park.
Check how to get to Pradollano and be aware, it is the highest mountain road in Europe.
El nuevo sistema de trsnporte conecta la estación de bus y de tren, los hospitales, los cnetros comerciales y los cmapus universitarios.