Granada Metro - Map and Stations, Timetables, Prices and Where to Buy

The Granada Metro crosses the city from north to south, joining the capital with the nearby villages of Armilla, Albolote and Maracena.

train on the subway lines of granada

Probably the correct name should be the Light Metro or Trams, because only three stops are underground.

The average speed, that includes stops at metro stations, is approximately 20 kilometers per hour, with a 20 second stop. Each train will have air conditioning, video surveillance cameras and capacity for 200 people.

The Map of the Granada Metro

metro line plan of granada with stops

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The metro has a length of 15.9 km and 26 stations. The 83% of its route are on the surface and the 17% underground.

The metro stations are:


Albolote » Juncaril » Vicuña » Anfiteatro » Maracena » Cerrillo Maracena » Ctra. de Jaen » Granada Bus Station » Argentinita » Luis Amador » Villarejo » la Caleta » Granada Train Station » Universidad (University) » Mendez Nuñez » Recogidas » Alcazar del Genil » Hipica » Andres Segovia » Palacio de Deportes » Estadio Los Carmenes » Dilar » Parque Tecnologico » Nevada (shopping centre) » Fernando de los Rios » Armilla.


Travel time

The entire journey takes about 48 minutes. 22 minutes from Albolote to La Caleta and 26 minutes from Armilla to La Caleta.

times and kilometers between stops in metro of granada


Price of the Trip Year 2020 and Where to Buy the Tickets

The price of an ordinary ticket is 1,35 €. If you buy a travel card the price is 0,82 €/trip.

vending machines to sell tickets of metro in granada Monthly Card offers unlimited travel during 30 days, and with Plus 45 Card you can travel 45 times during 30 days.

Each stop has a vending machine where you can buy the single ticket or the travel card.

The green card of the metropolitan buses (from the villages near Granada) can also be used. People who transfer from the metropolitan buses to the Metro pay 0,62 €.

The ordinary tickets and the travel cards of the urban buses of Granada (big red buses, small Alhambra buses) are not valid for the metro.

Price / Top up
Jorney Price
Num. of Trips
Single Ticket
1,35 €
1,35 €
1
Travel Card
5, 10, 20 €
0,82 €
5 € / 6 trips
Consorcio Card
5, 10, 20 €
0,82 €
5 € / 6 trips
Monthly Card
40 €
unlimit.
1 month unlimit.
Plus 45 Card
35 €
0,78 €
45
Tourist Card
4,5 €
unlimit.
1 day unlimit.

Granada Metro Timetables and Frequencies

The metro runs every day of the week, from Monday to Sunday, from 6:30 to 23:00 (from 7:30 on Saturdays and Sundays).

On Fridays, Saturdays and eve of holidays: there is night service from 11 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. with a frequency of 30 minutes.

M-F
Monday to Friday
from 06:30 to 23:00
F,H
Fridays and Holidays
from 06:30 to 02:00
Sa
Saturdays
from 06:30 to 02:00
Su
Sundays
from 06:30 to 23:00

Granada Metro runs at 8-10 minutes at peak time, 15 minutes when there is less demand (early morning and evening).

Monday - Friday
Frequency
06:30-07:30
15 min
07:30-10:30
8 min
10:30-13:30
10 min
13:30-20:30
8 min
20:30-23:00
15 min


On weekends the frequency is about 30 minutes in the early morning and between 11 and 15 minutes the rest of the day.

Saturday and Sunday
Frequency
06:30-07:30
30 min
07:30-09:30
15 min
09:30-20:30
11 min
20:30-23:00
15 min


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The frequency is every 10 minutes in rush hour, and 30 minutes when there is less demand (first hours of the morning and at night).

How to enter the train? Are there any reserved areas?

double doors on granada tram You can enter or leave the train through any door.

There is an area on each train reserved for people in wheelchair or with baby strollers.

Use the double doors to access these areas that are located next to them.

You can take your bike on to a train when there are not many people.

What is better, to use the metro or to travel by buses?

urban bus in triunfo The metro does not reach the majority of the tourist attractions of Granada and the metro card cannot be used on the city buses.

You would need to buy two travel cards, one for the metro and another one for the buses. Also the money left on the cards (trips/money not used) will not be returned.

It is more practical for a tourist (who is only visiting Granada) to use only the city buses (unless you need to go to the villages Albolote or Armilla).

The fares for travel on buses and the metro are similar, and by bus you can get to all the tourist attractions.

Page Updated: June 25, 2020



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Opinions about Granada Metro
Too expensive
A system too expensive and poorly made. I bought a card to use the metropolitan of Granada and I can't use it on city buses: how is that possible? I can not believe it... :( (opinion of a French tourist)
Granada metro
We have waited years for the metro to open but it does not seem as though it is useful for this purpose and Granada Railway Station only has one train route running at present (for 4 years I understand?).

Some advice on this might be useful, especially for drivers who would be reluctant to drive the confusing and narrow roads of Granada? (Seamus)
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