It may be compact, but Granada’s mix of Iberian and Arab heritage, from traditional Andalusian tapas bars to bustling bazaars...
...and traditional Moorish bathhouses, only adds to its charm. Throw in some of the world’s most fabulous historical buildings and the Sierra Nevada mountains on its doorstep, and you have a city just begging to be explored.
Arriving at Granada Airport
Granada Airport (GRX), also called Federico García Lorca Granada Airport, is about nine miles (15km), or a 45-minute drive, west of the city centre. There is only one terminal. Taxis and buses are plentiful and stop outside the terminal hall by the main exit. They have two separate tariffs for daytime and evenings and weekends. If you're planning on driving yourself, book your car hire in advance.