Granada Buses - Travel Routes, Bus Fares and TimetablesThere are city, intercity and suburban buses in Granada. Find out here how they work and which one will take you to the Alhambra, the airport or some touristic places outside the city.
A good way to get to know Granada and its history is by taking a tour. There are several interesting free and private tours offered by Civitatis:
Free Tour of Granada: What better way to get to know the hisotric centre of Granada than on a free walking tour with a local expert guide?!
Private Tour of Granada: Discover the hidden treasures and secrets of Granada exclusively just for you and your partner, friends, or family.
Information about Granada bus service: how to get around, pay for travel or plan a journey.
Where to buy tickets and prices, parking, location, bus companies in Granada Bus Station, restaurant, services, cash machines and taxis.
Bus fares, travel cards and single tickets, destinations, discounts for students, bus stops, network maps and timetables of Granada city buses.
Buses to the Alhambra, Albaicin and Sacromonte called touristic bus routes. Timetables, bus fares, route maps and bus stops.
Bus service to and from Granada Airport, timetables, bus stops, time between stops, ticket prices, maps, opinions and contact details.
Services between Granada and nearby villages, metropolitan area buses that go to La Zubia, Alfacar, Santa Fe, Hetor Vega and other villages.
Practical information about buses to Granada Coast, Madrid, Malaga, Seville, Almeria, Marbella, Almuñecar and other cities and towns.
Sierra Nevada internal buses, buses connecting Granada with the Sierra Nevada, bus stops, timetables, journey time and fares.
Buses between Granada and the Alpujarra. Where to buy tickets, routes and villages, bus stops, timetables, destinations and bus fares.
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Page Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Opinions about Granada Buses
Granada City BusesThe buses throughout the city are regular and reliable.
If you are in a small group or plan on using several buses consider buying a 'Bono' which is a credit sized bus card you buy on board for 2 euros and top up with a minimum of 5 euros - it reduces the cost of a bus jou
ey to just over half price and 1 card can be used for several people.
Also if you use a second bus within 45 mins you don't get charged the second time (Jacqui).