Bus Granada - Airport Granada Jaen - Granada - Timetables and FaresThe company that operates Granada Airport bus route is Alsa, route 245. The destination is listed in front and on the side of the bus.
At the bus stop and on the bus windscreen is written, 'Granada - Airport'. The company which offers this service is Alsa, telephone: +34 902 422 242.
Bus Stops Granada - AirportThe journey from the first stop, Palacio de Congresos, to Granada Airport is about 45 minutes.
From Granada to the Airport
1) Plaza Rotary near Palacio de Congresos (urban bus stop) - salida: 0 minutes
2) Acera del Darro next to Hotel Carmen: +2 minutes
3) Gran Via de Colon, building Santa Lucia (urban bus stop): +5 minutes
4) Gran Via de Colon, building Americano (urban bus stop): +8 minutes
5) Constitucion Avenue, Triunfo square (urban bus stop): +10 minutes
6) Avda. de Madrid, San Izidro Square (urban bus stop): +13 minutes
7) Granada Bus Station, Juan Pablo Avenue II, 33 (next to the station): +15 minutes
8) Europa Square (urban bus stop): +17 minutes
9) Avda. Andalucia, corner of Periodista Eugenio Selles street (urban bus stop): +20 minutes
10) Santa Fe, Palos de la Frontera 2: +30 minutes
11) Granada Airport: +45 minutes
From Granada Airport to Granada
1) Granada Airport - departure: 0 minutes
2) Santa Fe, Palos de la Frontera 2: +15 minutes
3) Avda. de Madrid, corner of Periodista Eugenio Selles street (urban bus stop): +25 minutes
4) Europa Square (urban bus stop): +28 minutes
5) Granada Bus Station, Juan Pablo AvenueII, 33: +30 minutes
6) Avenue of Pintor Francisco Padilla (urban bus stop): +32 minutes
7) Avenue of Constitución Avenue, Hotel Abba (urban bus stop): +35 minutes
8) Avenue of Constitucion, Hotel Condor (marquesina del bus aeropuerto): +37 minutes
9) Gran Via de Colon, Catedral (urban bus stop): +40 minutes
10) Puerta Real, corner of Puente street (urban bus stop): +43 minutes
11) Plaza Rotary, next to Palacio de Congresos: +45 minutes
Approximate Time Between StopsFor example, if the bus leaves Plaza Rotary at 5:20, it arrives at the stop Acera del Darro at 5:22 h, building Santa Lucia at 5:25 h, building Americano at 5:28 h, Triunfo square 5:30 h, San Izidro Square at 5:33 h, Granada Bus Station at 5:35 h, Europa Square at 5:37 h, Avda Andalucia at 5:40 h, Santa Fe at 5:50h and Granada Airport at 6:05 h.
Bus Timetables From Granada to Granada Airport
Alsa (the company that offers this service) makes frequent changes in schedules, not to miss your flight, it is also highly recommended to check bus timetables on www.alsa.es a day before your flight.
Bus Timetable From Granada Airport to GranadaThe Granada Airport Bus departs for Granada city centre after the arrival of each flight.
If there is any delay, for example you lost our luggage and have to report it, etc. you might miss the bus and have to wait up to two hours to take another one.
Ticket PriceThe fare is 3 euros from the Airport to Granada city centre.
Where to buy airport bus tickets: the ticket is purchased directly on the bus, there is no need to book
We Answer Your Questions
How much is the taxi from the Airport to Granada?The price is approximately 25-30 euros from Monday to Friday, and 30-35 euros from 22:00 to 7:00 weekends and holidays.
What is the nearest bus stop to Granada Train Station?You have to take the bus from Granada Airport to Granada city centre and get off at La Caleta.
La Caleta is only a 2-minute walk to the Granada Train Station.
How long does it take from the first bus stop to the Triunfo Gardens?From the first bus stop (Conference Hall) to Triunfo Gardens takes about 10-15 minutes, from the Triunfo Gardens to Granada Airport takes about 30 minutes.
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Opinions about Granada Airport Buses
Great inexpensive busGreat to have an easy, inexpensive bus from the centre of town to the airport! (Jenny)
No luggage, no bus, ripped off by taxi driverWe thought this was a regular bus service, as in - it left on the hour every hour etc.
We arrived at Granada airport in the early evening, discovered Iberia had lost our luggage, waited for at least 15 minutes after the luggage carousel stopped turning until someone opened up a desk to enable us to report lost baggage.
Then discovered the bus had left and there would not be another one until the next scheduled flight which was almost two hours away.
Thinking the bus was a shuttle service we had arranged to meet our holiday landlord at a specific time in central Granada.
Ended up taking a taxi whose driver had seen the opportunity and had upped the fare from 25 to 30 Euros excusing it as a holiday fare. It was the day before Reyes Magi.
Consequently visit to Granada did not start well. No luggage - no bus, ripped off by taxi driver (Maggie).