HOW TO GET TO GRANADA
Due to its exceptional geographical location, Granada is very well connected not only with Andalusia, but also with the rest of Spain. Main accesses:
- From Madrid: A-4 and A-44. Journey length: 4h 27min
- From Seville: A-92. Journey length: 2h 38min
- From Malaga: A-92. Journey length: 1h 30min
- From Valencia: A-7. Journey length: 5h 12min
- From Murcia & Levante: A-7 and A-330
- From Portugal & Extremadura: A-66 and A-92
- From El Algarve (Portugal) & Huelva: A-49 and A-92 From Gibraltar & Cadiz: AP-7 and A-92
For further information about bus services, please visit Granada Bus Station website.
Six daily high-speed trains (AVE), three in each direction, connect Granada with Madrid. They offer about 2000 seats a day. Granada is connected with Barcelona with two daily trains, one in each direction. Both trains connect with Córdoba, Zaragoza, Lleida and Tarragona too, and other trains ensure the connection of Granada with many other cities.
- Seville-Granada: 2h 39min
- Córdoba-Granada: 1h 57min
- Madrid-Granada: 3h 19min
- Valencia-Granada: 5h 12min
- Barcelona-Córdoba: 6h 52min
For further information, please visit Renfe website. If you travel from abroad, see Renfe Spain Pass.
Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport facilitates even more the communications with the city of Granada, with destinations such as the following ones:
- Barcelona-Granada: 1h 30min
- Madrid-Granada: 1h 10min
- Valencia-Granada: 3h 10min
- Palma de Mallorca-Granada: 1h 20min
- Paris-Granada: 2h 25min
- Londres-Granada: 4h 40min