Granada Tourist Offices - Addresses and Telephone NumbersWe offer a list of tourist offices in Granada, addresses, phone numbers and opening hours of the tourist offices and information points.
Granada Tourist Office (Town Hall)• Phone: 958 248 280
• Address: located at the Town Hall, Plaza del Carmen, 9, 18071 Granada.
• Opening Hours of Granada Tourist Office:
Sundays and Holidays: 10:00-14:00.
Granada Tourist Office (Junta de Andalucía)• Phone: 958 575 202.
• Address: Calle Santa Ana 4, 18009 Granada.
• Opening Hours of the Tourist Office:
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: 9:30-15:00 h.
Granada Tourist Office (Tourism of the Province)• Phone:: 958 247 128.
• Address: Calle Cárcel Baja 3, 18009 Granada.
• Opening Hours of the Tourist Office of Granada:
Mon-Fri: 9:00-20:00 h.
Saturday: 10:00-19:00 h.
Sundays and Holidays: 10:00-15:00 h.
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"Unofficial" parking attendants demanding money - bus station carparkMy wife and I are from Australia. From 30 December to 1 January (2 nights) we stayed at the H2 Granada Hotel, Avenida Juan Pablo II, 35, Granada. When we arrived I parked our car in the free (bus station) public car park next to the hotel to avoid the hefty hotel parking fees.
As I parked the car I noticed six men, some drinking beer, operating as self-appointed parking attendants; two were wearing yellow workmen vests. One waved me into a parking space (which I was going to use anyway) and then asked for payment for his help. I gave him one euro. Another member of this group (an older man who appeared to be the leader of the group) then approached us and asked for more money. I refused and he became aggressive and abusive (we are in our sixties).
I ignored him and we went to the hotel and I complained to the receptionist who just shrugged (clearly there was nothing she could do). Our room overlooked the car park and I watched as this group of men fleeced money from every driver using the free public car park.
These men intimidate people and have completely taken control of a free public car park which they charge the public to use. The authorities appear to be doing nothing about it. This was very unpleasant welcome to Granada and reflects very poorly on Granada.