Granada has a fairly comprehensive bus system, providing access to the major sights, the main train station, and the inter-city bus terminal. Exploring the city on foot is also a great way to get around. There are taxi services for those late-night journeys and trips to the airport.
Getting Around Granada
Transportes Rober operates Granada's 27 bus lines and two night buses. One ticket costs €1.20. You can also buy 10 tickets for €5, 16 tickets for €10, and 33 tickets for €20. One night bus ticket costs €1.30.
Many of Granada's tourist attractions are within easy walking distance from each other, which makes for a pleasant way to discover the city. Note that the Alhambra is located at the top of a fairly large hill.
There are a few taxi companies operating in Granada. Ask at the airport or your hotel for the number of a reliable taxi service.
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