Granada City Buses - Fares, Tickets And TimetablesGranada's urban bus network is managed by the Transportes Rober bus company. On this web page you can find information on Granada's city buses, such as bus network maps, fares, timetables, and also buses to the Alhambra and Albaycin.
The routes serving the Alhambra, Albaycin and Sacromonte, known as touristic routes, by Alhambra Bus minibuses, bus frequency and bus stops.
Individual bus routes and general map showing parkings, taxi stops, monuments, bus stops and other information on bus network.
Information and bus fares for single bus journeys, multi-trip bus passes, youth pass, senior citizen pass, university pass and monthly pass.
Bus route starting points and departure times, frequency, weekday and weekend timetables of Granada city buses, get timetables by sms.
Ticketing System of the Route 4 of Granada City BusesGranada’s city bus system is rather complicated. Here we will explain how it works. There are two different types of ticketing systems on Route 4.
Route 4 has 31 stops, 19 of these stops have vending machines (those are in the center) and the rest do not.
In these 19 stops that have a vending machine you MUST NOT get on the bus without first buying and validating your ticket or your travel card at the stop. In the rest of the stops of this and other routes, which do not have a vending machine, you MUST enter through the front door and recharge the cards or buy the tickets paying the driver.
How to validate your trip in the vending machine on one of the 19 stops on route 4? It is done by simply placing or passing the card or ticket (which has a bar code) on the screen of the small validating machines.
Pass your card through the screen of the vlidating machines only once (once for each traveler). If you swipe your card twice, you will be charged twice.
You can NOT buy a ticket or a bus pass at press kiosks.
Lost PropertyIf your lost property is found, you can collect it from the offices of Transportes Rober (Granada City Buses) located in the centre of Granada, in Acera del Darro 30, Los Montes Orientales House, n 22. Here you can also find free bus maps, and make suggestions or complaints about bus services.
We Answer Your Questions
Are dogs allowed on Granada city buses?No dogs, or any other animals, are allowed on buses except guide dogs, which are the responsibility of the owner.
Is there a city bus at 6 am that goes from Camino de Ronda to the bus station?There is no bus at this time. The first buses are the routes SN1 or SN2 that pass through Camino de Ronda at about 06:50.
Up to what age do children travel free on Granada city busesChildren up to 4 years of age travel free on Granada urban buses.
How long does it take from Paseo del Violon to the Bus Station?It takes approximately 25 minutes by bus number 3 (depending on traffic).
What bus number would take me as close as possible to "Aquaola"?You can go to Aquaola Water Park by Granada city bus number SN1, taking it to a village called Cenes de la Vega. Get off at Plaza de Villacantoria (or Aquaola). It is the first bus stop when you enter Cenes de la Vega. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes.
Bus SN1 passes through the Paseo de Salon and Puerta Real in Granada. From Plaza Villacantoria (in Cenes) you can reach the Water Park by minibus, which leaves from the same bus stop (Plaza de Villacantoria) every 15-20 minutes from 11:00 h to 15:00 h and 18:00 h to 19:45 h, or you can walk, but it is uphill.
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Opinions about Granada City Buses
Nearly impossible for the visitor to work outWe used the buses but it was trial and error. Unbelievably there are no printed bus maps and several different systems so it is nearly impossible for the brief visitor to work out which buses to get.
Also we tried asking for Bono ticket on the bus but never got given one.
Why cant they be available online or at Tourist Info Offices who incidentally are quite ignorant about the buses or any day trips out of the city
Granada urban bus serviceExcellent buses along with city and urban bus service not forgetting the drivers and the people of Granada (Paul)