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Home to the red fortress

Granada, one of the jewel of Andalusia!

At the foot of the majestuous Sierra Nevada mountains, come to the sunny Andalusia and discover the worl-famous Granada. Fit in the crowd of its 237.000 inhabitants, and experience the bustling and lively atmosphere of this so beautiful southern city of Spain.

About Spain

Granada ! If the city is worldwide known that is above all thanks to its UNESCO-listed Alhambra palace. The first mentions of this palace date back to the 9th century and it is worth the visit in many respects.

Nearby, wow seeing the residence of the sultan. Beyond the Alhambra, stroll around the old city centre which is divided into 4 parts, for the 4 religions (christian, muslim, jewish, gypsy). See the gothic and renaissance style cathedral. If you like sciences head the Science’s Park, the most visited museum of the region.

Then explore the Cartuja’s monastery, a baroque style building housing a great paintings collection.

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Best ticket and routing for multiple trips in spain I will be based near Malaga until 18 September. i believe there is a local train station, Antequera santa Ana which is on the high speed train route. I am interested in traveling to Granada and to Cordoba before proceeding westwards where my (...)

Jane R. | 2016/08/07 answered | 0 Comments
Granada to barcelona Could you please advise weekday timetable for fast train from Granada to Barcelona and cost of two first/second class tickets. We will have luggage. Many thanks.

Helen R. | 2016/08/04 answered | 0 Comments
Madrid to granada - asking for $60? I'm trying to reserve a seat on the 6th September from Madrid to Granada and wanted to book the 11:45am journey from Madrid but I'm only given the 15:05 train but with an extra cost of $60. I've paid for a 8 day Spain pass and I'm only (...)

Katherine L. | 2016/07/10 answered | 0 Comments
Itinerary price comparison - with and without eurail pass Date From To Via Train(s) Dep Arr Mon 26/09 Amsterdam Paris THA 9322 08:17 11:35 Wed 28/09 Paris Lisbon Irun Fri 30/09 Lisbon Madrid Mon 3/10 Madrid Seville Wed 5/10 Seville Granada Thu 6/10 Granada Cordoba Antequera Santa-Ana (...)

Ramaswsamy N. | 2016/06/08 answered | 0 Comments
Best pass / approach for spain travel Hello. My family and I (2 adults, 2 children (4 & 6) are planning to travel in Spain in June-July of this year. We hope to use trains for a lot of our travel, but I am confused as to which approach is best for us - purchasing individual trips (...)

Katie W. | 2016/04/10 answered | 0 Comments

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Customer reviews

  • Value for money
    Train trip Granada to Madrid | Sita c. | 2014/11/24
    "Our family of five and infant were very comfortable and the journey was good. One feedback is that the train should have wifi access. This is almost a given now for any travel. "

  • Value for money
    Granada to Madrid | Mary-anne s. | 2014/10/31
    "Luggage storage is always a problem, just not enough space. Seats were comfortable and carriage service was regular. Access at both stations was very good. (This was not a High Speed Train.) "

  • Convenience
    Cordoba to Granada | Patricia m. | 2013/10/14
    "Smooth trip - organisation good and allocation of seats ensured efficiency and comfort on journey. "

  • Value for money
    Convenient and fast | Maureen v. | 2013/10/07
    "Buying the tickets via Rail Europe was easy, although a little more expensive than going directly through Renfe. However trying to buy through the Spanish site, in Spanish language was too confusing. Catching the train in Granada involved crossing the tracks to get to the correct platform, without over or underpasses. There was plenty of space for luggage, and the seats were comfortable. We have previously used train systems in France, and this was our first experience of Spanish trains and was a pleasant trip. "