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General admission: €49.06 Children (2-11 years): €12.59 The transport card should be picked up at a bus cash desk* or at the tourist office in Plaza del Carmen, 9. *At one of the following cash desks: Gran Vía 4, 7, 29 or 32 Acero del Darro, 8 Acero del Casino, 5
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The TREN TURÍSTICO ticket is valid for one day. If you buy a GRANADA CARD BÁSICO or PLUS (3-DAY or 5-DAY BONO TURÍSTICO), the price of the TREN TURÍSTICO is included.
There are TRAINS every 25 minutes.
The audioguide offers an interesting commentary of Granada, its monuments and history and is available in 12 different languages. There are also two channels for children.
There are two routes: the DAY route (going through the Albaicín, the city centre and up to the Alhambra) takes about 75 minutes and the NIGHT route (going through the Albaicín and the city centre) takes about 45 minutes.
NIGHT ROUTE There is also a shorter night route that does not go up to the Alhambra.
To buy tickets for the tourist train, click here .
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On the initiative of Granada’s city council and thanks to the collaboration of different public and private organizations, a new tourist service has been set up recently. Its objective is to develop the tourist potential of the city, making visits easier and giving people the chance to get to see monuments and places which are usually outside of the usual tourist routes.
Granada, at the foot of the Alhambra, has many beautiful Arabic, Christian, and even modern attractions . The City Card allows the cardholder to visit these places without having to queue, avoiding long waits, to make the most of special offers when visiting attractions and when using public transport.
- Visit the Alhambra : You have a guaranteed booking to see the Alhambra and the Generalife.
- Get to know the Christian city : All sights that are part of this tour around the Christian, Renaissance and Baroque parts of the city are included in the City Card.
- Visit the Albaicín : With the City Card you can get free bus tickets to the Alhambra, the Albaicín and the Sacromonte districts, so you can save your energy to wander around the Arab quarter of this UNESCO area.
- Visit the Science Park : This is the most popular museum in Andalusia. Its interactive activities attract young and old visitors alike and it will offer you an unforgettable experience.
The City Card allows you to visit the main monuments of the city once, and to use the entire public bus network as much as you want.
The City Card is for individual tourists and small groups; you can only book a maximum of 8 passes per person or card.
- Tel: +34 858 880 990 (Monday – Sunday: 9am-8pm)
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Alhambra tickets sold out? Try the Granada Card
I usually book my travels way ahead. Sometimes so far ahead, I forget there are certain must-do’s to be able to secure a spot at must-see attractions. This was 100% the case with my trip to Granada Spain. I knew in the back of my mind that I had to buy Alhambra tickets. B ut by the time I actually sat down and wanted to book the tickets for the Alhambra, my preferred time slots were sold out! And this was 3 months in advance for a visit in November!
Can you imagine what it is like if you want to visit the Alhambra in Granada in the summer?!
But, after some digging I discovered a good way to secure my Alhambra tickets at my preferred time slots. I bought tickets for the Alhambra with the Granada Card!
Do you travel to Granada Spain and is a visit to the Alhambra on the top of your bucket list? But are you already too late to find the right tickets? I’ll explain what the Granada Card is and how you can use it to buy Alhambra tickets and see more of Granada Spain.
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The Alhambra- Granada, Spain: A must see
When you google image search for Andalusia in Spain, the first things that show up are images of the Alhambra in Granada.
This ancient fortress and the royal palace are on the Unesco World Heritage List and a top attraction in Spain. The current structure has remains of the fortress from 889 AD. You can visit the palaces that were built by the Sultan of Granada from 1333 onwards and you’ll find the additions made in 1492 by the Royal Spanish Court.
A visit to the Alhambra in Granada is an attack on your senses with all the detailed ornaments, the lush and colourful gardens and the dazzling views of the city and mountains around Granada.
Nasrid Palaces at the Alhambra
The Nasrid Palaces at the Alhambra are the true gem of the Alhambra.
These 14th-century palaces consist of patios, gardens and are overflowing with fragile ornaments that dazzle before your eyes. This structure is so rich in decoration and tranquil beauty; you get a true feeling of the time of the Arab rulers.
The Nasrid Palaces have a limited visitor quota.
You need to book allocated time slots to visit the Nasrid Palaces and need to be at the entrance of the Nasrid Palaces as indicated on your Alhambra ticket.
I’ll explain later about the time slots and how it works on your Alhambra tickets.
Gardens of the Alhambra
Once you go through the entrance of the Alhambra, you’ll find yourself almost in a park.
Manicured hedges, cobblestones walk ways, and lush gardens to wander around aimlessly.
The Generalife gardens of the Alhambra are part of the Alhambra but they have their own place. Here you’ll find the summer palace of the royals. And strolling around the gardens is a great experience to escape the hustle and bustle of modern-day Granada.
Alhambra tickets: how does it work?
With all major tourist attractions, the ticket situation can be complicated, and diverse.
When you search for information about tickets to the Alhambra, you’ll find an array of tour companies offering tickets and options.
I’m going to focus on how to get Alhambra tickets online as an independent traveler . If you want to join a tour and have a tour guide, please consider some of these great options .
General Alhambra Tickets
You can buy a general admission ticket for the Alhambra online. With this ticket you can visit the Alcazaba, Nasrid Palaces, Generalife gardens, Carlos V Palace, public baths and the mosque. You have free access to the gardens.
There are numerous options for discounts, but the standard entrance fee for Alhambra tickets is €14. Alhambra at night is €8.
The General Alhambra tickets come in different types:
Morning tickets for the Alhambra: Monday to Sunday from 8.30 am till 2 pm
Afternoon tickets for the Alhambra: Monday to Sunday from 2 pm till 6 pm (Nov till Feb) or 8 pm (March till October)
Evening tickets for the Alhambra: Tuesday to Sunday from 10pm to 11.30 pm (summer) or Friday and Saturday from 8 pm to 9.30 pm (winter).
During your time frame, you can stay as long as you want, but keep in mind the time you need to be at the Nasrid Palaces.
Important: When you buy your tickets for the Alhambra, you need to choose a time slot to visit the Nasrid Palaces.
Alhambra time slots: why is it so important.
What is the best time to visit the Alhambra?
The answer is probably: whenever there are tickets available.
But if you want to enjoy the gardens, you obviously need to visit them during the day.
When you want the place to yourself, then the best time to visit the Alhambra is as early as possible.
I didn’t want to feel rushed and check the time every 5 minutes, so I wanted to go to the Nasrid Palaces before I’d visit the rest of the Alhambra.
Early risers own half the world
Every half an hour, a group of people is being led through the Nasrid Palaces. The earliest time slot is 8.30 am when the whole of Granada is sleeping.
Although these early ticket sell out quickly, they are never at maximum capacity because people oversleep or don’t make it to the entrance on time.
And that is exactly what you’re looking for. The Alhambra can get super crowded with tour groups arriving around 10 am and filling all streets and sights with hordes of people. But not when you go super early.
When you visit the Nasrid Palaces first, you still have the whole day left to explore the rest of the Alhambra. A nd you do not have to keep an eye on the time and you’re free to roam around.
And that was exactly what I wanted.
I wanted to visit the Alhambra as early as possible but all morning time slots were sold out.
Should I compromise by an afternoon time slot?
I decided to look further. T hat’s when I discovered you can visit the Alhambra and book a time slot at the Nasrid Palaces with the Granada Card!
Granada Card: what is it and how to get it?
The Granada Card is a tourist pass that gives you free entrance and discounts to numerous sights and activities in Granada.
The biggest perk and the reason why I bought it, was the ability to use it to buy last-minute Alhambra tickets.
There are several types of Granada Cards, l ike the g eneral Granada Card, but also the Granada Card City (which doesn’t include the Alhambra), Granada Card Gardens and Granada Card Night.
Each card has different things included, but if your main reason to buy the Granada Card is to see the Nasrid Palaces in the morning, just stick with the general Granada Card.
What is included in the Granada Card?
- 9 journeys on the local city buses
- Granada Card: 1 city tour with the Tourist train
- Entrance to the Alhambra and Generalife
- Granada Cathedral
- Royal Chapel and many more sights and attractions in Granada.
How much does the Granada Plus Card costs?
The Granada Card also has discount options, but the standard rate is 40€ for the Granada Card when bought online in advance.
Obviously, these prices are considerably higher than the single entrance fee for the Alhambra. B ut I knew I’d use the extras and wanted to take the bus and visit the Cathedral and Royal Chapel.
And I really wanted to have an early morning time slot for the Nasrid Palaces.
How to buy tickets for the Alhambra with the Granada Card?
Another advantage of the tickets for the Alhambra with the Granada Card is the ease of buying them online. If you want to buy Alhambra tickets, you need to go to the Spanish website.
That is the only point where you can buy legit Alhambra tickets online.
But it starts in Spanish, it has many options, you cannot search for best available dates, it jumps back to the Spanish language each time. A nd all in all I found it very user-unfriendly. Since my first tries, things have changed and you now need to buy via Patronato. Give it a try here .
How to Purchase the Granada Card and reserve Nasrid Palace time-slots?
If you buy your Alhambra tickets as part of the Granada Card, you just go to the website to buy your Granada Card .
Super easy and very user-friendly. You click to purchase a Granada Card by selecting the date you want it to be valid.
After this, you need to select the number of adults and children, and the schedule loads immediately. You see how many tickets are available and you can select the time slot for the Nasrid Palaces by clicking on the button.
Different dates of the validity of the Granada Card pop up and you can select the date when you want to visit the Alhambra and the Nasrid Palaces. 2 time slots pop up, the day time and the evening time. If you select the day time, more options with all the different time slots pop up and you can immediately see how many tickets are available. This is particular useful when you book for a larger group.
Select your desired time slot (9 am is the earliest) and continue to pay.
Easy does it. When the Alhambra tickets are sold out, you might get lucky if you buy the Granada Card instead!
All you have to do now is print the confirmation and bring it to the Alhambra with you. If you want to use the transportation prior, you need to pick up the card at the Tourist Office.
Why do I recommend buying the Granada Card if you want to visit the Alhambra?
Now I understand, the difference between €14 or € 40 is huge (it is 26€ or a nice tapas meal with drinks). And especially for budget travelers this might seem like a bad choice.
If your only reason to travel to Granada in the South of Spain is to see the Alhambra, you better buy the entrance tickets for the Alhambra for €14.
But if you’re like me and would like to visit the Cathedral of Granada and the Royal Chapel and get to use the bus and the tourist train for a number of times AND visit the Alhambra at your desired time slot, then the Granada Card is a life saver!
Quick costs breakdown of the Granada Card
The Granada Card costs 40€ is you buy it online.
Tickets for the Alhambra are €14
Tickets for the Granada Cathedral are €5
Royal Chapel entrance free €5
Regular bus ticket in Granada is €1,20 per ride. You get 9 on the Granada Card (€10,80)
Tourist Train (hop-on hop-off system) of Granada is €8
There are many other things included, like the Monastery of La Cartuja, the Monastery of San Jerónimo, Science Park Museum, the Caja Granada museum, the House of Zafra, the Cuarto Real and the Sacromonte Abbey.
As I didn’t have enough time in Granada, I cannot tell you what they are like, but when you have the full 5 days to use the Granada Card, I’m sure you’ll find more value for your money.
In total I paid €40 for my Granada Card but used €42,80 of its worth in free entrance fees and bus rides. But the most important thing for me: I was able to buy Alhambra tickets at my desired time slots, when tickets to the Alhambra were already sold out via the main website.
Have you ever been to Granada? Did you visit the Alhambra? What was your favourite part? How did you buy your tickets? Let me know in the comment section below!
I have a question. Do they check your passport number when you use the granada card to enter the Alhambra? I entered one letter of the passport wrongly and they dont allow me to change the ticket
I don’t recall them checking it do thouroughly KC but better contact them direct and sort it out with them.
This was very helpful. Unfortunately for me, just booked a last minute trip to Granada meaning no available tickets for Alhambra on the dates I’ll be there and only 1 available Granada Cards available (I am looking for two). Any other suggestions on how to score 2 last minute tickets for Nasrid Palaces?
Awh that is really a shame Stephanie. I guess the only thing left is to see if any tours have any spots available for you 2 and go with them.
Thank you for the helpful information – I just booked my visit to the Alhambra using via the Granada Card.
So good to hear Jessica. August can be crazy to get tickets so glad you found a spot. I hope you’ll have a great time at the Alhambra.
All the tickets to the Alhambra have sold for the dates I’d like to visit so I thought it would be a good idea to buy a Granada Card.
When I try to buy the Granada ticket I am able to choose a time to visit the Nasrid Palaces (great), but, receive a message stating “It is not possible to select the date of visit to the Alhambra for today” – does this mean I can visit the Nasrid Palace but not the rest of the Alhambra? I’m a bit confused – I’m only buying the Granada card to visit the Alhambra! Thanks.
Hi Sinead, you can’t buy your Granada Card on the day you want to visit the Alhambra and Nasrid Palace. It needs to be in the future. You need to visit the Alhambra and the Nasrid Palaces on the same day, your ticket is only valid for one day.
Thanks for your reply; I was trying to buy for May. Chose a date in May and, then, the above message mentioned came up. Sinead
That sounds like a glitch. I’d contact the Granada Card people and ask for their help to sort you out Sinead. I hope it works out.
Hi can you tell me what the situation is with accesing the Alhambra with the granada card, do you have to queue to get in, or is there a way to bypass queues as you already have a ticket?
Hi Nicola, you don’t have to queue for the ticket office as those are the longest lines. You can go directly to the entrance gate, ticket in hand and go through. It can be that at peak moments, a few minutes waiting is normal. I choose an early morning timeslot for the Nasrid Palace and there you have to wait until it’s the right time. Everyone in that timeslot will get in. My advice would be to go as early as possible as there is so much to see and do at the Alhambra. Have a great trip.
Hello! This was really helpful in making my mind up about getting the Granada Card – thank you. I am trying to chose a slot for the Nasrid Palaces and in regards to choosing the 9.30am one, I was wondering if you would be able to provide any insight into the quickest and simplest way to get to the entrance? My mum and toddler will be with us, so our pace will be slower and I’m hoping there is a way to arrive at it directly (we have a car if that makes a difference). Then we can take our own pace for everything else afterwards. Thank you!
Hi Aysha. Thank you. I took the 9am timeslot myself and just took a cab up to the entrance. It was super quick and mega easy. There are car parks around the entrance of the Alhambra but space is limited and the car park fills up quickly. As you’ll probably spend quite some time at the Alhambra, it might be expensive in the end. From the entrance and ticket office, you can easily walk to the Nasrid palace. With a toddler I’d say calculate up to half an hour. I speed walked the part, not stopping anywhere and not taking any pictures (although it was beautiful and empty) and it took me 7 to 10 minutes. If you choose the 9.30am Nasrid palace entrance, I’d say go up to the Alhambra around 8.30am and take your time to go to the Nasrid palaces. Then you’ll have plenty of time and have the rest of the day to explore the rest of the Alhambra. I hope you’ll gave a great time.
Why did you take a cab if the Granada Card provides bus rides? Can a bus be used to get to Alhambra?
The Granada Card includes a tourist bus that wasn’t available at 7am when I wanted to visit the Alhambra.
I’ve just returned from Granada and the Granada card offers a trip on the tourist site seeing train plus the regular city buses. The only pain was you had to get the bus card by going to the machines along the Main Street in Granada called Gran Via de Colon.
You’re a great travel blogger. Thanks for sharing your useful information it’s help me a lot. Fortunately, I got 2 last slots to visit Nasrid Palaces in early morning. Can’t wait to see how beautiful Alhambra is. I’m going Granada in the first week of October and hope the weather still nice.
Lucky Sasa! I hope you’ll enjoy it. I went in November and October to Andalusia and both time the weather was excellent but you know what they say about the weather…
Hey. We are a group of 4 visiting granada from the 7th night(land at 10pm at the airport) and leave 9th morning for Seville.
Want to ask you is the granada card valid for 3 days for transport service ? Can we pick it up from airport and take bus at 1030 pm from airport to our hotel? Also can we choose madrid palace morning slot and also go at night to view the lights?
Thanks a ton P.s only 8th august is sold out to our bad luck hence considering buying granada pass
Great plans Purvi. The Granada card only includes local transport. Not sure what airport you’re arriving but it is best to use the Granada Card for the Alhambra palace and transport in Granada. You can then just print it or download it on your smartphone. You still need to check the time slots that are available when you purchase the Granada Card. Once you enter the Alhambra, you can stay all day but not the night visit. I hope this helps. More info you can find on the website where you purchase it.
We arrive on granada airport at 10pm. Will local transport service be available at that hour?
Is this a 3 day card? After purchase we would still have to pay 8 euro for night visit?
Thanks a ton
All information can be found on the website of the Granada card and Granada airport. The last bus is at 8pm so I think a taxi is the best option.
Hi, We are arriving Madrid on the eve of 10 July 2018 We are 2 adults and 2 kids ages 10 & 12 from Canada We want to go to Andalucia road trip same like yours but are confuse because at many other forums people suggest taking train & buses except white villages where driving is suggested to explore We have 12 days for Andalucia after that we plan to go to Lisbon & Barcelona Please suggest!
Great plans Shoaib! The cities like Malaga, Granada, Sevilla and Cordoba are well connected by trains. You don’t need a car to get there. But I don’t have experience with that and I did hire a car to explore. I only talk about the things I know from my own experiences. If you do decide to go by car, you can use my road trip plan. All the best!
Hey, if I enter the Al Hambra with my Granada Card, How long am I allowed to stay within the palace? Is there a time limit?
Hi Khadija. You can stay the whole day in the Alhambra, but the ticket for the Nashrid Palace has a time frame. You’ll be escorted through the palace and they will not let you linger behind. It will be approximately 1 hour.
Sooooo good to know! I really want to go to Andalusia and I’ve heard that this is quite difficult to get into!
Great tip. Pinning this for future reference, I hope to make it to Granada soon. The Nasrid Palaces look amazing!
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More currencies, granada card with priority access to alhambra.
Discover the city of Granada at your own pace with this City Card that gives you access to a variety of historic monuments as well as to public transportation. Don't miss any attractions of this historic sight, like Alhambra and Generalife. Save time and money with this special combo and explore the hidden jewel of Andaluzia.
- Explore the city of Granada at your own pace with the Granada City Card and visit a variety of monuments and historic attractions such as Alhambra ( timed access to Nasrid Palaces), Cathedral, and Cartuja Monastery.
- Save time and money with this card that gives access to 9 bus rides in the Alhambra public transport network and 1 ride on the touristic train. Reach your destinations easily and conveniently.
- Choose between 24-hour, 48-hour, and 72-hour options.
- Visit the Nasrid Palaces at night, as per the option selected.
- Keep in mind that entry to the Alhambra is timed - make sure to choose your preferred slot to visit the Alhambra (time and hour of the Nasrid Palace entrance).
- Alhambra with Nasrid Palaces access (only night access included for the 24-hour card and Night Palaces variant)
- Public Transportation in Granada (9 urban bus trips)
- Granada's Tourist Train
- Entrance to Alhambra, Cathedral, Royal Chapel, Cartuja, San Jeronimo's, Sacromonte abbey, Science Park, Zafra House, Royal quarters, Art museum, Museum of archeology.
- Entrance to Corral del Carbón, Bañuelo, Casa del Horno del oro, Casas del Chapiz, Dar Al-horra Palace (72-hour card only)
- Planetarium and the Biodromo at the Science Park
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
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Visit Granada, the Andulasian city located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, and at the confluence of four rivers. This picturesque city occupies a vital role in Spanish history, with a long line of famous Spanish artists, thinkers, and leaders claiming origin from here. Witness the harmonious confluence of the various influences over the city, such as the Moorish architecture at the Alhambra, the Christian-built Palace of Charles V, and much more. Marvel at the distinct beauty of this jewel of Andulasia with this City Card, that gives you access to the many attractions in and around the city.
Using your City Card, you can explore Granada at your own comfortable pace without missing out on any of the major attractions. The Granada Card includes entrance to the Alhambra, Generalife, and other major monuments across the city, as well as access to public transport to get you there. Experience the wide variety of what the city has to offer, with night visits to the Nasrid Palaces and a daytime visit to the Alcazaba and Generalife the following day, guided tours through the Sacromonte Abbey, and much much more. So, avoid the hassle of standing in queues for tickets, and save time and money with the Granada City Card.
How To Use Your Granada City Card
The Granada Card is not activated with the first use. Rather, you must choose the date and time of your visit to the Alhambra while booking it. The card will remain valid for 24/48/72 hours after that first visit at your selected time slot. You can also use the card to access public transport, with 9 trips on the local bus network and 1 trip on the tourist train included in the price of the Card.
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This ticket has the following options that you can choose from:
- Granada Card 24-hour
- Granada Card 48-hour
- Granada Card 72-hour
- Night Palaces Ticket
- Entry to the Alhambra Palace is timed . When you book your Granada Card, it is obligatory to choose the date and the time of your visit to the Alhambra Palace.
- Nasrid Palaces visit must be done at the specific time shown on the ticket.
- The Sacromonte Abbey’s visit is guided. You are requested to reach out to the venue to schedule a time to do the visit (0034 958 221 445).
- The Granada Card does not include access to the Planetarium and to the Biodromo at the Science Park.
- Monuments operate daily. They are closed on the 25th of December (Christmas Day) and the 1st of January.
- Monuments visitation may be subject to alterations or cancellations without previous warning.
You need to collect your tickets from a bus terminal in one of the following locations:
- Gran Vía 29-Sagrado Corazón
- Gran Vía 32 - Sagrado Corazón
- Gran Vía 7- Catedral
- Gran Vía 4 - Catedral
- Acera del Darro 8 - Puerta Real
- Acera del Casino 5 - Puerta Real
You will need to insert the LOC BUS code (provided on your ticket) on the bus terminal screen. Check the bus terminal location map here .
Reduced Price Tickets
- Children (2-11 years old) are eligible for reduced ticket prices. Select the appropriate ticket option during checkout.
- Children below the age of 2 do not need to purchase the Granada City Card. Families can request free entrance for infants at the main entrance of the monuments. Pushchairs are not permitted.
You will receive an email confirmation with your Granada Card shortly. Download the voucher on your mobile device and display it at any of the attractions included in your card to avail free entry. You can also use the card to access public transport, with 9 trips on the local bus network and 1 trip on the tourist train included in the price of the card.
Please note: The Granada card is not activated with the first use. Rather, you must choose the date and time of your visit to the Alhambra while booking it, and the card will remain valid for 24/48/72 hours after that first visit. You can also use the card to access public transport, with 9 trips on the local bus network and 1 trip on the tourist train included in the price of the Card.
Choose the date to visit the Alhambra (time and hour of the Nasrid Palace entrance). The card will be valid for 24/48/72 hours after that first visit.
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Discover the Alhambra Card & City Pass with which you will have access to the most outstanding monuments of the city, including the Alhambra fortress, in a visit with an expert official guide. In it you will get to know the much-demanded Nasrid Palaces , the Carlos V Palace, the Alcazaba, the Generalife Palace and its wonderful gardens.
You will have direct access to the Cathedral , the Royal Chapel, La Cartuja Monastery, San Jerónimo Monastery, Science Park, Casa de Zafra, Cuarto Real, Sacromonte Abbey and Casa de los Tiros Museum.
As if that were not enough, the Alhambra Card & City Pass allows you to use the city’s public transport and the Granada City Tour Tourist Train, you will be able to move around Granada in an agile and simple way. You will have the key to the city in your hand.
- Tickets without queues to purchase tickets to the most outstanding monuments of the city such as the Alhambra.
- Guarantee entry to the Nasrid Palaces , participating in our tour, they sell out easily.
- You have 2 days to discover Granada and you can use public transport up to 9 times.
- Complete ticket to the Alhambra with access to: Palacios NazarÍes, the Alcazaba, Generalife and Gardens, and the Palacio de Carlos V (to be held on the first day).
- Visit with an official guide in Spanish, English or French (to be chosen in the booking process)
- Royal chapel.
- Monastery of the Cartuja.
- Monastery of San Jerónimo.
- Science Park.
- House of Zafra.
- Royal Room.
- Sacromonte Abbey.
- Casa de los Tiros Museum.
In addition to:
- 9 trips on the city bus.
- 1 trip on the tourist train.
From the day the Alhambra tour takes place, you have 48 hours to use the services.
- Transfers to Alhambra (optional).
- Nothing not included in the section “Included”.
What to bring
- Original ID Card or passport.
- Comfortable shoes.
- Photo camera.
- Español, inglés y francés.
- It is essential to carry a valid passport or ID as it is required at all accesses to the monument. Photos or photocopies are not valid.
- The Alhambra visit will take place on the first day of the reservation.
- The reserved time does not correspond to the entrance to the Nasrid Palaces, the visit can start at the Alcazaba or Generalife.
- On certain dates, due to the great demand for this visit and in order not to create overbookings, what is made is a request for availability, it is indicated when you are going to make the payment. Within a period of less than 72 hours you will be answered informing you if there are places available or not. If the reservation is less than this period, we will respond urgently. The amount will be blocked in the reservation request to guarantee that in case of having availability there are funds to collect it.
- From the moment the reservation request is made, it cannot be changed or canceled. You will not receive any refund.
- The meeting point is located between the bus stop (C30-C32) and La Mimbre Restaurant. The reference point is the mailbox located between the two places. Look for the Orange Umbrella.
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The Granada metro runs through most of the city on its surface and is one of the best options to explore Granada from end to end . Learn about the prices, schedules and stops of the Granada metro.
Although it's known as the Granada metro, this means of transport is more similar to what we know as a tramway or light railway, since only three of its 26 stops run underground . Its only line runs through the city from north to south and reaches nearby towns such as Armilla or Albolote.
The price of the regular ticket is € 1.35 ( US$ 1.50) and € 2.70 ( US$ 2.90) if you take the round-trip ticket.
You can also buy a one-day tourist card for € 4.50 ( US$ 4.90) , which will allow you to use the metro as many times as you want during the day.
The Granada metro operates from 6:30 am to 11 pm from Monday to Thursday, from 7:30 am to 11 pm on Sundays and holidays, and from 7 am to 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays.
The main disadvantage of the Granada metro or light railway is that it does not go through the historic center of the city and, therefore, does not reach most of its major monuments and attractions .
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Granada City Tour is the best way of getting to know the city’s most fascinating sights.
We have designed ons special route which will take you to Granada’s most important locations:
- Alhambra Route
You can do the tour in a single trip, or enjoy our hop on – hop off option, which allows you to get on and off as often as you like at any of our stops, all of which are located at important points of interest.
Granada Tourist Train Hours
The Granada City Tour tourist train operates throughout the year at the following times:
- From 1st April to 30th October: 09:30 to 21:00 hrs.
- From 1st November to 31st March: 09:30 to 19:30 hrs.
Last departures (end of services):
From April to October
- Last departure from stop Nº9 Alhóndiga at 19:30 hrs. and from stop Nº3 Plaza Nueva at 19:20 hrs.
- End of service at 21:00 hrs. at stops Nº9 Alhóndiga and Nº2 Cuesta Gomérez.
From November to March
- Last departure from stop Nº9 Alhóndiga at 18:00 hrs and from stop Nº3 Plaza Nueva at 17:40 hrs.
- End of service at 19:30 hrs. at stops Nº9 Alhóndiga and Nº3 Plaza Nueva.
- Every 30 – 45 minutes
- The approximate duration of the route is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
- From 10th to 16th April: 09:00 a 15:00 h
- 17th April: 16:00 a 20:00 h
- 24th, 31st December: 10:00 to 16:00 h
- 5th January: 10:00 to 16:00 h
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It also features two special channels, in Spanish or English, for kids.
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Create your own itinerary to see Granada.
The Granada City Tour Hop-on Hop-off service offers you endless possibilities to create your own itinerary to see Granada. With our Hop-on Hop-off service you’ll be able to get on and off the train as often as you want for as long as your ticket is valid so you can discover the city’s most important spots.
At Granada City Tou r we’ve designed two Hop-on Hop-off routes so you can discover the city during the day
The Granada City Tour train will take you to all of the city’s tourist attractions, and with our Hop-on Hop-off service you can create your own tailor-made itinerary. Get off the tourist train and get on again at any of the stops along the route. Check our stops on our tour route map or on our mobile app.
Granada City Tour tourist train services
The Granada City Tour tourist trains are unique in Europe and designed expressly for the city of Granada. Our trains, which move at a top speed of 25 kph, have a hybrid electric engine that reduces gas emissions by 40% compared to conventional trains. They can hold 54 passengers and have a space designed for persons with reduced mobility.
The trains have a see-through roof in every car to make it easy for all the passengers to look outside. There are also TFT displays with information about the city and on all the excursions you can book from the Granada City Tour office. You can also find informative brochures onboard.
The Granada City Tour tourist trains also have free Wi-Fi so you can go online while riding with us. All the cars have heating.
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Getting to the city, from the airport.
Granada airport (Federico Garcia Lorca Granada-Jaen Airport, GRX) is located around 15 kms west of Granada City Centre. This airport is connected to the city by bus, taxi and private transfer services. The main road that connects the airport to the city is Autovia A-92.
There is a bus service (operated by ALSA Company) to get into the city centre from outside the airport building (800 metres walk). The journey time is around 45 minutes. Ticket price is 3 Euros and you can purchase it from the driver (online or app purchases are also available). These buses are scheduled according to flight arrival times (30 minutes after each flight’s arrival). The company often changes the time table, so check on this website www.alsa.es before you avail the service.
The official taxi fare from airport to city centre is not fixed but usually they charge 30-35 Euros. Insist on metered fare. The journey time is around half an hour.
You can also go for private car transfer or car rental. All major European car rental companies are available at the airport (see the car rental section below for details).
You can choose from a wide range of private transport and transfer services (including airport transfers) and book online from this Viator site .
Avenida de Andalucía is the main train station located almost centrally. You can get here by trains from Madrid and Barcelona. It takes 4 and half hours from Madrid and there are daily two trains between Madrid and Granada. One-way train ticket costs 27 Euros. Barcelona to Granada is 12 hours journey and the ticket price is 30 Euros.
You can also fly down to Malaga or reach Malaga by high speed AVE train from Madrid. Malaga and Granada are well connected (details under the day trip section).
The main backbone of public transport in Granada is the bus service. Since September 2017 Light Rail Transit system (i.e. metro service) has been introduced. In addition there are city taxis. Trains mostly connect other cities and towns.
The main bus station in Granada is at Avenida de Juan Pablo II which is located north west of the city centre. From here you will get city buses (that includes red minibuses), suburban buses and regional buses. City buses or Granada’s Urban bus network is operated by the Transporters Rober bus company. There are 27 bus routes in Granada that operate from 6:00am until midnight throughout the week. The two night lines (111 & 121) are basically circular routes operating from midnight until 6:00am.
Alhambra bus in association with Transporters Rober runs the Red Mini Buses for 4 different routes. These routes are C-30 that connects Alhambra with city centre, C-31 between Albaicin and city centre, C-32 connecting Alhambra with Albaicin, and C-34 between Sacromonte and city centre. These four routes operate from 6:45am to 11:00pm throughout the week. You will find time tables at bus stops.
Another bus system within the city and urban area is LAC (Linea de Alta Capacidad); operative since 2014 this is a high capacity rapid transit system. This service complements other city bus lines as well as newly introduced metro system. These buses are 20 metres in length and have four doors (one with a low ramp for people with reduced mobility). They have a capacity of 200 passengers. The service frequency is 3 to 5 minutes.
The newly introduced rapid transit light rail system connects Albolote and Armilla via Granada. It is more like tramways than metro (though three stations are underground). This air-conditioned vehicle has a capacity of 200 passengers. Total route length is around 16 kilometres connecting 26 stations. Only 17% of the total route runs underground. It connects Granada bus station as well as Granada train station.
It operates from 6:30am to 11:00pm (Monday to Friday), and from 7:30am on Saturdays and Sundays. The running frequency on weekdays is 8 minutes during peak hours and 15 minutes during off-peak hours. On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays the service interval is 10 minutes during peak-hours and 15 minutes during off-peak.
On Friday, Saturday and the eve of public holidays there is a night service from 11:00pm until 2:00am at an interval of half an hour. Bikes are permitted on the metro during off-peak hours and there are designated areas in the metro trains for wheelchairs and baby strollers. Note that metro is not quite suitable for visiting the major attractions in Granada.
Hop on Hop off
Hop on hop off train (basically a trolley bus) is a great way to explore the attractions in Granada. There are three types of tours. One is Alhambra day time tour that takes 1 hour 20 minutes to complete, another one is night time city centre tour which lasts for an hour and the third one is Tourist Train Panoramic Tour. For the first two trips you can hop on and hop off at the designated stoppages but for the last one you need to board at the starting point and can get down once the tour is over.
To hop on hop off there are trolley buses at an interval of 20-25 minutes. You can purchase single day hop on hop off ticket for 8 Euros, two consecutive day ticket costs 12 Euros and panoramic tour ticket is 6 Euros per person (Note that these are online purchase prices. Counter prices would be higher). For further details visit the Official Website . You get a brochure after boarding the trolley and there are points for all passengers to plug-in the headphone and listen to audio commentary. You can use your own headphone or purchase one on board for 1.50 Euros.
Taxis have a diagonal green stripe on the front door and taxi signage on the roof. If the taxi signage is green it means the taxi is available for hire. Most of the taxis are Toyota Prius but there are other makes and models too. Granada taxis run on two tariffs… one is weekday daytime fare (tariff-1) and the other is for night time, weekends and holidays (tariff-2). Tariff-2 has two different types. One is applicable from 10:00pm 01:00am (Friday from 9:00pm) and the other (tariff-2 special) from 1:00am to 6:00 am.
The base fare for tariff-1 is 1.52 Euros, thereafter 0.82 Euros per kilometre and the waiting charge is 21.16 Euros for an hour (minimum fare payable is 4.04 Euros). Initial fare for tariff-2 starts with 1.92 Euros, thereafter 1.04 Euros per kilometre and the waiting charge is 26.48 Euros per hour (minimum payable is 5.02 Euros). Base fare for tariff 2 special is 2.39 Euros, then 1.29 Euros per additional kilometer, and the waiting charge per hour is 33.09 Euros (minimum payable is 6.30 Euros). You can call the following numbers to book a taxi over phone…
- Tele Radio Taxi Granada- +34 95 828 0654
- Radio Taxi Genil- +34 95 813 2323
Granada railway station is relatively small compared to Madrid and Barcelona. The station remains open from 6:00am until 10:15pm. Same day ticket can be purchased till 9:25pm. There are baggage trolleys available at the station. There is a café as well. Car rental facility is available and there is also a small taxi rank outside the station.
Tickets and Passes
Tickets and travel passes work little differently in Granada compared to Madrid and Barcelona, for example bus tickets are not allowed on metro and vice versa.
A single ticket costs 1.40 Euros and can be purchased from ticketing machines at the bus stations or from the bus driver. Ticket is valid for one trip and you can take a bus transfer within one hour. A single ticket for night bus is 1.50 Euros.
There is a travel card known as Bonobus or Credibus card. You can purchase this card from the bus drivers, tobacconists and from the newspaper kiosks. A deposit of 2 Euros is required. You can then top up with an amount of 5, 10 or 20 Euros for 5, 11 and 24 trips respectively. A transfer to any other urban bus within one hour is free.
If you are not going to travel frequently by the urban buses during your stay (lesser than 4 trips) single ticket is the best option. Note that you will get your 2 Euros deposit back while returning the card in good condition but the unused balance is not refunded. Same card can be used by multiple users. You can top it up from vending machines as well as from the bus drivers.
Single tickets for trams cost 1.35 Euros. You can purchase these tickets from vending machines installed at all metro stations.
Note that for LAC buses you need to purchase your ticket from ticketing machines at the stop and validate it before you board. There is no option of buying tickets from the driver.
A good option for a tourist is to purchase a Granada card. You get free access to most of the attractions (including Alhambra) along with 9 free trips by urban buses and 1 journey by tourist train. It remains valid for 5 consecutive days. The cost of the card is 40 Euros and can be purchased online from this website .
Getting To Major Attractions
All trips below start from Granada City Center (Angel Ganivet) unless mentioned otherwise. Note that all trip-commencing bus stops mentioned below are around the city centre area within a distance of 200-300 metres.
- The fortress of Alhambra on the hill top with a great view of Granada is a great place to visit. Here you should explore Alcazaba, Nasrid Palace and Generalife. This place is located around 1 and half kilometre east of Granada city centre. Walk for 350 metres to reach Plaza Isabel la Catolica, then take a C30 line bus towards Alhambra. Get down at Auditorio Manuel de Falla stop and then walk for 4 minutes to reach the destination. Journey time by bus is only 5 minutes.
- The best way to reach Capilla Real or the Royal Chapel of Granada is to walk. The chapel is located only 450 metres south of the city centre.
- The oldest human settlement in Granada is Albaicin (since 500 BC). This place is famous for its churches and mosques and located around 2 kilometres north of the city centre. Take a C31 line bus from Plaza Nueva stop and get down at Cuesta del Chapiz and then walk for 700 metres. Journey time by bus is around 6 minutes.
- Carthusian Monastery or the Monasteiro de la Cartuja is famous for its baroque style architecture with gold and marble works. You can see some precious paintings as well. This place is located close to Albaicin and towards north of the city centre at a distance of around 2 and half kilometres. Take a line 8 bus from Acera del Darro bus stop towards Julio Moreno Davila and get down at Prof. Vicente Callao stoppage. It’s only 1 minute walk from there.
- Catedral de Granada or the Granada Cathedral is built in Gothic style and its small museum houses paintings of various maestros. It is located little over 500 metres towards north and quite walkable.
- Sacromonte is known for its Gypsy history and intriguing neighbourhood. The place is located around 2 kilometres north-east of the City Centre. You can combine this trip with Albaicin… destination stoppage is the same Cuesta del Chapiz and from there you need to walk for little over 300 metres.
Granada is a good hub for day trips. There are many options and following are few of them. All trips below start from Carretera de Jaen (major bus station) area.
- You should visit the excellent ski resorts of Seirra Nevada. Even if you are not a skiing buff you can simply enjoy the snow and the highest mountain range of Spain. The ski season is from November to April. This place is located towards south east of Granada. You will find a regional bus for Sierra Nevada (during ski season) at 8:00am and 10:00am during morning time and you can take the 6:30pm bus from Sierra Nevada to return. You can board a bus at 9:00am during non-ski season from Granada bus station. It goes to Hoya de la Mora stop (terminal). Take the 5:00pm bus from Hoya de la Mora to return. One way journey time is around 50 minutes. Single journey ticket is 5 Euros and the return journey ticket costs 9 Euros. You can purchase tickets at the ALSA bus station ticket counters.
- Another great place for a day trip is Seville, the capital of Andalusia region. This place has many attractions to explore. Seville is located towards west of Granada at a distance of little over 240 kilometres. Bus is both economical and a quicker option than train. Take an 8:00am ALSA bus for Seville. One-way journey time is 3 hours. Single ticket costs 23 Euros. You can take the return bus at 5:15pm to get back to Granada. Alternatively you can take a train towards Seville from Avenida de Andalucía station at 8:13am. Journey time is almost 4 hours and ticket costs 31 Euros. You can take the return train at 5:56pm that reaches Granada at 9:48pm (check the train time table).
- Port city Malaga is another interesting place to explore with its heritage sites and beautiful beaches. This place is located around 124 kilometres south west of Granada. You can take an ALSA bus. One-way journey time is around 1 hour 45 minutes. Ticket costs around 11 Euros. There are return buses available until 9:30pm. Visit the Alsa Website for schedules and tickets.
- Cordoba is another excellent day trip destination; it was once an important Roman city and a major Islamic centre during Medieval period. This place is located around 155 kilometres North West of Granada. It can be best reached by ALSA buses. One-way journey time is nearly 3 hours. The lowest ticket rate starts from 9 Euros (visit their website). On-board purchase will cost you more (around 15 Euros). You can take the 8:30am bus to get to Cordoba. The last return bus from Cordoba leaves at 7:00pm.
You can take guided Segway tour from Plaza Nueva to explore the areas in and around the city centre. Ensegway is a company that offers guided bike, walk and Segway tours. They have three different types of Segway tours. Their express tour lasts for 30 minutes and costs 17 Euros, standard tour is for 75 minutes and costs 31 Euros and their premium tour duration is 120 minutes costing 45 Euros (rates mentioned are indicative online price). You can book directly from their website .
Following are few other companies offering Segway tours (tour price is around 45 Euros for a 2-hour trip).
- Play Granada: http://play.checkfront.com/reserve/?lang=es
- Explorer Granada: http://www.explorergranada.com/
There are plenty of options to rent a bike in Granada. Renting rate for common bikes varies between 7 to 20 Euros depending on model and number of days. Following are few well-known bike rental companies…
- Bimbim Bikes: https://www.bimbimbikes.com/bike-rental/spain/granada/bicicletas-la-estacion
- Eco Way: https://granadamap.com/ecoway/
- Rent A Bici: http://www.rent-a-bici.com/english
- Rent a Bike: http://rentabikegranada.com/en/
All major European and international car rental companies are present in Granada. Minimum age requirement is 21 years (for under 25 years a “young driver fee” will be charged). You need to have a valid driver license (for non-EU license holder, an IDP is a must) and you must possess a passport along with a credit card. Minimum hire rate starts from 65 Euros per day. Following are few well-known car rental companies…
- Sixt: https://www.sixt.global/
- Hertz: https://www.hertz.com/rentacar/reservation/
- Europcar: https://www.europcar.com/
- Avis: https://www.avis.com/en/locations/es/granada
Minimum age for riding a scooter under 50cc is 14, for 80cc and above is 16. A valid license, passport and credit card are required to rent a scooter or motorbike. Helmet is a must for over 125cc motorbikes. The minimum rent starts from 29 Euros per day for a 50cc scooter and 33 Euros for 125cc. Minimum motorcycle hiring rate starts from 60 to 65 Euros. Following are few well-known scooter/motorcycle rental companies…
- Cooltra Motos Granada: https://www.cooltra.com/es/alquiler-moto-granada/centro/
- Motocity Rent: http://motocityrent.com/
- Muving Granada: https://muving.com/
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At the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, between the rivers Darro and Genil, lies one of the most interesting cities in eastern Andalusia . This impressive Andalusian legacy comes together with architectural jewels from the Renaissance and the most modern 21st-century facilities.
Granada has an unmistakably Moorish flavour, as it was the last city to be reconquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492. Its gastronomy, craftwork and urban landscape are shaped by its glorious historical past.
Fountains, viewpoints and “Cármenes” – the houses surrounded by gardens which are typical of this city – create delightful, unforgettable neighbourhoods. It is no surprise that one of its historic districts, Albaicín, is a World Heritage Site , together with the Alhambra and Generalife. It was an important cultural centre for many centuries, under both Islamic and Christian rulers, and still boasts an admirable array of culture and leisure activities . Film, music and theatre programmes and festivals are complemented by permanent and travelling exhibitions covering all fields of knowledge. Renaissance palaces are home to seminars, conferences and lectures, while the most innovative infrastructure is ready for larger-scale events.
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How to get to aeroplane
F.G.L. Granada-Jaén Airport is 15 kilometres from the city.
Buses between the city and the airport are adapted to suit flight times.
The airport is not very busy. Direct flights to European cities.
How to get to train
Granada’s railway station is located in the city centre, on Avenida Andaluces.
High-speed trains (AVE) take just over three hours to Madrid.
Connections to the main Spanish cities.
How to get to bus
Granada’s bus and coach station has lines to every part of Spain and to the main European destinations.
More information on how to get from the station to the city centre.
How to get there by road
The A-44 and A-4 motorways run to Madrid.
The A-92 runs to Seville and Malaga.
The A-92 and A-7 motorways run to the Levante region.
The A-44 runs to the Costa Tropical.
How to get to boat
The port of Motril is 70 kilometres from the city.
Granada Card : includes tickets to the main sights of Granada and the public transport service, as well as large discounts on other tourist services.
How to get around in bus
A network of buses covers the whole city, including minibuses to take you up the hill to the Alhambra and Generalife.
How to get around in train
You can use the sightseeing bus-train Granada City Tour
How to get around in other means of transport
The city is easy to explore on foot.
Bicycles, motorbikes and segways are all good ways to get around Granada.
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