Granada spain – how to get to granada by bus, train, plane, taxi, etc. escoliosis lumbar sintomas

If you want to fly to Granada airport, you need to catch an international flight to Barcelona or Madrid and then a domestic flight to Granada. There are many more flights to Málaga so many people fly to Málaga hernia lumbar tratamiento casero and then catch a bus or hire a car (see information below).

Granada airport is 12km from the city centre. On arrival it is best to get a taxi dolor sacro lumbar ejercicios from the airport so that you can get to your accommodation without walking through the streets with your luggage. The taxi costs about 28 euros. Click here for more info.

It is best escoliosis dorsolumbar derecha to use public transport to get to Granada. The bus is faster than the train. Buses leave from Málaga bus station and arrive at Granada bus station. The journey takes between 90 minutes (11.43€) and 120 minutes (13.72€).

The price of a return ticket is double the price of a one-way ticket so there is no saving in buying a return.

There are buses to Málaga bus station every 30 minutes and the journey takes 30 minutes. It is neccessary to buy your ticket before boarding contractura lumbar ejercicios the bus from the ticket office directly outside the cirugia hernia discal lumbar arrivals hall. The price of a single ticket is 3€.

Granada bus station is just outside town, so you will have to get a taxi or a bus into the centre. To buy tickets online, visit You can check times and prices and even choose your seats. If the new Alsa page doesn’t work, try the old page dolor lumbar pdf.

Remember that the only point in having a car in the centre of Granada is for going on excursions. Once you are in the centre of Granada you can walk everywhere or get a taxi. Parking your dolor lumbar y pierna izquierda car in a public carpark will normally cost at least 25 euros per day but a new carpark has opened which costs 40 euros per week ( click here).

Just go to the taxi rank at the airport and try to get the best price. You should be able to get the price down to 140 or even lower. You will need to show them the address of where you contractura lumbar tratamiento are going and then ask the price. It is a good idea to get them to write the figure down on a paper so that they can’t later say it was higher and that you didn’t understand.

A less stressful method is to book a chauffeur who will meet you off the plane and hold escoliosis lumbar a up a sign with your name on it then take you to Granada. There is an online company where you can book this service. Taxi2airport hernia lumbar ejercicios prohibidos Getting to Granada by Train

There are many buses each day to and from other large Spanish cities. To buy tickets online, visit ALSA. You can check times and prices and even choose your seats. The bus station is slightly out of town and you will need to get a taxi problemas lumbares or a bus to get to the centre ( click here for more information).

The nearest tube station to "Estación del Sur" is Méndez Álvaro The buses leave every hour contractura muscular lumbar and if there is a busy day, for example before or after a fiesta they put on more buses according to demand. The usual thing (if you haven’t bought tickets in advance) is just to go to the bus station and get on the next available bus. You would be unlucky if you have to wait longer than 2 hours for a bus. Buy your tickets from the ALSA window or machine. There are escoliosis lumbar de convexidad izquierda various services between Madrid and Granada:

Getting taxis within Granada It seems that it is not possible to book taxis in advance. However, if you phone for a taxi within Granada it rarely takes longer than 10 minutes for them to arrive. To get a taxi escoliosis dorsal derecha sintomas within Granada, just go to a taxi rank or phone 958 280 654. There are lots of taxi ranks in Granada: in front of the bus station, in front of the train station, in front of the plaza de Triunfo, in Plaza Nueva, in Fuente de las Batallas, and in front escoliosis dorsal derecha of the Corte Inglés,