…in the City

To get to the city you can go by bike, taxi or in your own car, and leave it at any of the car parks located near downtown. Granada is a city where you can walk just about anywhere, and once in the center the city provides public trasportation, allowing you to be free of driving.

The Alhambra

To visit the Alhambra we recommend you get tickets in advance as they frequently sell out . The entire visit usually lasts 3-4 hours if you want to visit the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces and the Generalife. From the Cortijo del Pino, it is about a 15 minute drive and you can park in the outside parking adjacent to the venue.


Albaicín and Sacromonte

To visit the Albaicin and the Sacromonte must get to Plaza Nueva, from here you can walk up the Calderaría (Arabic quarter with shops and tea rooms) or the Carrera del Darro and the Cuesta del Chapiz. Another option is to take the local bus number 32, this bus takes a circular tour around the neighborhood.


Every day there are different shows in bars and local clubs in Granada. You have a very complete and up to date calender at the following websights:


For Flamenco classes we recommend :Alba School Chua