University of Granada

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Granada University
(Granada, Andalucia, Spain)

It's easy to get around in Granada. Locals usually travel by bus or train, but it's fairly easy to walk to all the conveniences.

Travel by Air

Granada does not have its own international airport. The nearest international airport is located in the city of Malaga. From there, you would need to take a 90-minute bus trip from Malaga to Granada.

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Car Hire and Road Transport

Granada is an interesting city to explore by car and it's quite feasible to make your own way around provided you avoid the narrow lanes of the old quarter. With the Sierra Nevada so close you'll find it rewarding to have a car for day trips. You can book online here for the rates and a convenient service.

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Car Parking

Street parking may be difficult because of narrow roads. However, there are dozens of pay parking centres scattered around the city.

Travel by Trains and Rail

The Granada train station is located in Avenida de Andaluces off Avenida de la Constitución. It does not operate with high-speed rails, so it would take a few hours to arrive in the city via rail. Travel time from Madrid to Granada takes five and a half hours, while trips from Seville to Granada take four hours.

Travel by Buses and Coachl

There are dozens of buses travelling to and from Granada every day. The fare would differ depending on the distance from the city; a bus ride from Madrid to Granada is worth around 13 euros and takes five hours.

Travel by Taxi

It is not hard to find a taxi in Granada. They are usually found in front of train stations, in front of bus stations, or in Plaza Nueva. You cannot book a taxi in advance in the city. However, you may phone for a taxi which usually arrives within 10 minutes.

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