Drawn by the appeal of the Alhambra, numerous guests head to Granada uncertain what’s in store. What they find is an abrasive, convincing city. That has quiet Islamic engineering and Arab-seasoned road. Life goes connected at the hip with stupendous holy places, old-school tapas bars and nonconformity spray painting workmanship.

The city, spread at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, was the last fortress of the Spanish Moors and their inheritance lies in general: it’s in the horseshoe curves, the fiery smells exuding from road slows down, the teterías (teahouses) of the Albayzín, the noteworthy Arab quarter. Most stupendously, obviously, it’s in the Alhambra, an amazing castle complex whose Islamic stylistic layout and arranged nurseries are without peer in Europe.

There’s additional energy to Granada’s roads, stuffed as they are with bars, understudy jumps, bohemian bistros and personal flamenco clubs, and it’s this as much as the more conventional sights that have an enduring effect.


Granada has a Mediterranean climate with a moderate to modest quantity of precipitation, falling predominantly in pre-winter constantly. Granada’s height and inland position, however, implies that the city has some mainland attributes. Notwithstanding being in perhaps the hottest territory in Europe, Granada has cold winters with evening time temperatures being around the edge of freezing over and daytime temperatures ordinarily being above 10°C (50°F). This implies that coats a lot are required on the off chance that one is going in the city in the colder time of year.


The mercury plunges underneath – 5°C (23°F) a couple of evenings for every year except any further beneath – 8°C (16°F) is uncommon. The record low is – 13°C (8°F). Granada is likewise the main significant city in Andalusia that records day off hail each year with a normal of 2 days with frozen precipitation. Besides whirlwinds, real snowfalls happen generally every 5-6 years. The Sierra Nevada mountains remain snow-covered in the coldest months. Granada begins to heat up during March however evenings are as yet cool well into April as they typically tumble down to 4-8°C (40-46°F). Days anyway stay pretty warm (around 20°C or 68°F).


Summers are extremely sweltering with the normal July temperature being 26°C (79°F) and normal high being 34°C (93°F) and the normal low being 17°C (63°F). Granada is more influenced by hot waves than waterfront urban areas, for example, Malaga, Cadiz and Almeria because of not having control of the ocean. Temperatures above 38°C (100°F) can happen a couple of times yearly. The record high is 43.5°C (110.3°F). September typically thought to be a “mid-year” month however as October comes in the climate begins to get blustery and in November evenings begin to get cold.

Granada has great air and ground associations that give simple admittance to the city by different methods for transport: plane, transport, train, vehicle and taxi. Granada Airport is 20 km from Granada and has generally excellent correspondences with the capital.

Getting in Granada, Spain

By Air

Granada Airport has great associations with other Spanish cities like Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. Moreover, there are immediate global flights. The closest air terminal with a superior scope of worldwide flight objections is Malaga. Transports from Malaga to Granada run each one to two hours. It takes just somewhere in the range of 1.5 and 2 hours.

By Bus

Granada is associated by bus with the other Spanish urban areas. Most head towns along the Mediterranean coast and with a few worldwide objections. It takes around 5 hours by bus from Madrid to Granada Bus Station with the Alsa organization. The ticket costs around 20 euros. The movement time by transport is about equivalent to via train however the transport ticket is a lot less expensive. There additionally some direct transports from Barajas Airport in Madrid to Granada.

Via Train

The guest can go to Granada via train from Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, or different urban areas in Spain. Granada has no rapid rail except for has significant distance lines, including:

Madrid-Granada: It takes 4.5 hours. There are two everyday trips – morning and evening, and the ticket costs start from 27 euros. 

Barcelona – Granada: The outing takes very nearly 12 hours, 1 train at night. The ticket costs start from 30 euros.

By Taxi

Taxi stands are situated before Granada Airport, Granada train and Granada transport stations. The cabs ought not to cost more than 10 euros to most places in the focal point of Granada.