- 1 Is there a bus from Malaga airport to Granada?
- 2 How much is the bus from Malaga to Granada?
- 3 How do I get from Malaga bus station to the airport?
- 4 How do I get from Granada bus station to city Centre?
- 5 Is there a train from Granada to Malaga?
- 6 Can you travel from Malaga to Granada?
- 7 Is Granada worth visiting?
- 8 Is there a direct train from Cordoba to Granada?
- 9 Is Malaga worth visiting?
- 10 How do I get from Malaga airport to the train station?
- 11 How much is taxi from Malaga to Marbella?
- 12 How much is the train from Malaga airport to Malaga Centre?
Is there a bus from Malaga airport to Granada?
There are direct buses from Málaga airport to Granada bus station. The journey takes 2 hours 15/30 minutes and a one-way ticket costs 11.57€/13.86€. If you arrive at another time, it is faster to catch a bus from Málaga airport to Málaga bus station and then catch a bus to Granada.
How much is the bus from Malaga to Granada?
Travelling from Málaga to Granada on a Bus. This is the cheapest and fastest option. It takes about 1h 45 min. to arrive to Granada from Málaga. The average ticket price costs about 12 euros (one way) / 23 euros (round trip).
How do I get from Malaga bus station to the airport?
Bus “Línea A Express” (A Express line).
The A Express line (EMT Málaga) is a bus line which circulates between the city centre and the airport. A Express bus stop at the airport: Terminal T3 level 0, Arrivals sidewalk.
How do I get from Granada bus station to city Centre?
Granada Bus Station is located 15 minutes by bus or taxi from the city centre. It lies on the Carretera de Jaen, in the northern part of the city. You can reach the Bus Station from Granada city centre by bus route 33 (via Gran Via). There is a public parking just next to Granada bus station.
Is there a train from Granada to Malaga?
All Granada to Malaga trains are run by Renfe. All trains depart from Granada train station and arrive at Malaga’s María Zambrano train station. The Granada to Malaga train journey takes as little as 2 hours and 18 minutes to arrive in Malaga.
Can you travel from Malaga to Granada?
There are no direct services between Malaga and Granada – you‘ll have to change at Antequera – but Granada is still very accessible by train! The fastest services reach Granda in 2h 37m, leaving you plenty of time to explore the historic Moorish city.
Is Granada worth visiting?
If you want an easy city break but want more chilled out vibes, iconic monuments, and a fascinating multicultural history, then Granada is the choice for you! However, if you have 10 days or more to devote to Andalucía, it is well worth spending a few nights in each city in order to truly get a feel for them all.
Is there a direct train from Cordoba to Granada?
Yes, there is a direct train departing from Cordoba-Central and arriving at Granada. Services depart twice daily, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 1h 22m. The distance between Córdoba and Granada Station is 128 km.
Is Malaga worth visiting?
Thanks to the good weather all year and the high temperature in Summer, Malaga is becoming the first choice for brits expatriate and nomadic people like us. Malaga is worth visiting because it is an entry point visiting Andalucía, Southern Spain’s most popular Region.
How do I get from Malaga airport to the train station?
To get to Malaga airport’s train station, you only have to cross the square outside the arrivals terminal. Malaga airport trains connect the airport with the Maria Zambrano long-distance train station in Malaga centre and with Fuengirola on the other end, known as the C-1 suburban line.
How much is taxi from Malaga to Marbella?
What is the cost of a taxi from Malaga Airport to Marbella? It costs €64 for a pre-booked taxi for up to 4 passengers from AGP to Marbella. Standard Malaga Airport taxis cost around €65 – €75 depending on the day and time.
How much is the train from Malaga airport to Malaga Centre?
How much is the train from Malaga Airport to Malaga Centre? Malaga Airport to the Malaga Centre will cost 1.80€. You can see the Malaga Train Zone map above.