Getting there and away by public transport
There is a dedicated bus line run byAutocares José González to transfer passengers to the city centre which takes approximately 45 minutes. The fare is €3 and paid for on the bus.
To Granada City centre
Buses depart after each flight arrival from outside the arrivals hall.
The airport bus stops at the following locations: Granada Bus Station, La Caleta, Jardines del Triunfo, Gran Vía, the Cathedral, Puerta Real and the Palacio de Congresos
From Granada City Centre
The buses run regularly between 05.20 (06.25 on Sundays) and 20.00 every day of the week.
You can catch the bus from the following stops: Acera del Darro, Gran Via de Colon, Jardines del Triunfo, La Caleta, Granada Bus Station and Avenida Andalucia.
To other destinations
There is also a bus service that runs 3 times daily from Granada Airport to Jaen Bus Station. The price is €9.
There is no train link between Granada Airport and the City.
You may travel by taxi or bus to the train station in order to make connections for other destinations in Spain.
The Renfe national rail network links Granada with and a number of cities in Andalucía and beyond including Almeria, Algeciras, Antequera, Guadalajara, Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia, Sevilla, Zaragoza and Madrid (via Linares-Baeza, Jaén).
A taxi to the city centre, which should cost you between €25-30, is a good option if you have heavy luggage and want to avoid carrying it through the streets.
You can also pre-book a car here to ensure that you do not have to wait around.
|Federico García Lorca Granada Airport, Ctra. de Málaga, 18329 Chauchina, Granada, Spain||Directions|
Granada Bus Station
|Estación de Autobuses de Granada, Av. de Juan Pablo II, s/n, 18014 Granada, Spain||Directions|
Granada Train Station
|Granada, Av. de Andaluces, 20, 18014 Granada, Spain||Directions|
Car hire desks are located in the arrivals hall just after baggage reclaim. Granada city centre is a 20-minute drive (17km) from the airport and around an hour (84km to the coast).
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