Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport, located 10 miles to the west of Granada in neighboring Chauchina, sees flights from around Spain and from London on carriers like Ryanair and Vueling. We'll also highlight how to reach the city center from the main train station and bus terminal.
Getting Into Granada
Autocares José González runs a shuttle bus service between the airport and Paseo del Violón near the Palacio de Congresos to the south of the city center. Buses depart outside the arrivals hall after the arrival of each plane. The journey takes about 45 minutes. A one-way ticket costs €3.
There is a taxi stand outside the arrivals hall. It should cost about €25 to €30 to reach the city center.
For more information on the Granada-Jaén Airport, visit the official website.
Arriving by Train
The Granada train station is located to the northwest of the city center. Trains arrive from cities within Spain like Madrid, Barcelona, and Seville. A dozen of the city's bus lines stop a block away on the Avenida de Constitución.
Arriving by Bus
Situated to the north of the city center on Carratera de Jaén, Granada's bus station provides service to most major cities in Spain and international destinations through companies like ALSA. City bus lines 3, 10, 17, 20, and 33 also stop there for transportation into the city.
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