Granada is a great destination to visit in Spain; there are many ways for arriving Granada such as planes, buses, or trains.
Currently there are many international flights to Granada; its airport is located 18 km away from the city center, and one can use taxi services to get in the city. There is a regular daily bus link between the airport and the city centre. The bus ticket costs 3 Euros and the taxi service costs 28 Euros. Federico Garcia Lorca Airport, which is also known as Granada airport, is the airport that serves the province andcity of Granada and it’s located near to Chauchina and Santa Fe in the west part of Granada.
Federico Garcia Lorca Airport
Location:Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport is located 17 kilometres from Granada and 106 kilometres from Jaén.
Telephone:902 404 704 / (+34) 91 321 10 00
Spain’s railway network isn’t as developed as those of many other European countries, but Granada is served by regular train services. Granada City has connections to Guadix, Almeria, Seville, Cordoba, Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia. The train station is located in the northeast part of Granada city center.
Location:Avda. de Andalucia, s/n 18014
Information/Reservation office: 902 320 320
Regular buses run from Seville and Malaga as well as some to Cordoba. The modern bus station is located about 2 miles away from the city center of Granada. All buses leave from the main bus station and it’s the cheapest way to arrive to Granada although bus ticket prices may vary from different companies and destinations.
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One can hire a taxi service to arrive Granada from Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and other cities near Granada, but this transportation way is the most expensive. Granada is well-connected with the main cities by many roads, so if one wants to arrive by car; it will be a good idea to rent a car. There are many rental car companies in Spain and one can ask for this service at touristic information offices.