How to get there by car or private transport
The private cars have their access to the Ronda Sur. Go to the Granada ring road, southward (Motril) has once lined the city, find the address Alhambra (Ronda Sur) to the parking of the monument, where we encourage you to leave your vehicle. The parking fee is 2.35 euros / hour. The lockers are very near.
The parking of the Alhambra has 500 seats and is guarded 24 hours a day. There are four zones, one for buses and caravans, which is the first one you come across as you enter. The last is the nearest to the entrance of the Generalife and is right next to the Entrance Pavilion where you buy the tickets, this is the first to fill.
From Granada airport, take the A-92, ring road of Granada, Ronda exit 132 South and exit 5-A Alhambra.
Access map to the Alhambra
Road map of the province of Granada
Access Map to Granada
How to get there by bus or taxi?
Urban Taxi or Minibus: Both stop in Plaza Nueva. Lines 30 and 32 of the urban bus, have the following stops on the grounds of the Alhambra:
- 1 The ticket office (entrance pavilion).
- 2 Heads Tower, near the Carlos V Palace and the Nasrid Palaces.
- 3 the Gate of Justice, the closest to the Alcazaba.
In most of the Information published, it still appears that access to the Alhambra on the public bus, line 30, is from New Square. This is not really so. In recent months Gomérez Slope Street is closed to traffic because of the restoration work taking place in the Gate of Pomegranates.
The duration of these works is anticipated long, so it has moved out of the line 30 and 32 to the Plaza de Isabel la Católica, about 100 meters from Plaza Nueva. The new bus stop is, specifically, to the back of the monument of Queen Isabella and Christopher Columbus.Granada bus Plane
Granada Bus Schedule
How to get to the Alhambra on foot?
If you like to walk, the best option is to go up on foot from Plaza Nueva, through the forest, along Cuesta de Gomérez street or go up Cuesta de los Chinos street, from Paseo de los Tristes or through the neighborhood Realejo, to the Alhambra Palace Hotel from Campo del Principe square. All the options on foot represent a climb, quite steep, of approximately 1 km.