HOW TO GET from Seville to Granada

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Best way to travel from Seville to Granada

  • Car and train are the fastest ways to travel: 2h 30m.
  • Buses take 3 hours but are the cheapest option (up to 50€ cheaper than the train).
  • There are no flights between Seville and Granada.

Car

The highway A-92 connects Granada with Sevilla in about 2h 30min. The two cities are 250 km (155 miles) apart. There are no tolls.

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Train

By train, the trip from Granada to Seville can take anywhere from 2 h 30 min (with high speed AVE train) to 4 hours (with standard train). There are 3 to 4 high speed trains per day and about the same amount of slower trains. You can expect to pay between 30 and 62 €, depending on whether you buy the ticket in advance and how flexible you are with the departure times.

To search and book train tickets, go to www.renfe.com.

SEVILLE'S TRAIN STATION

Seville’s main train station is called Santa Justa and it is located about 1.5 km east of the old town (15 - 20 min walk).

There are several city bus lines connecting the train station with the city center. The bus line 21 will be your best option if you are staying around the cathedral or Santa Cruz neighborhood. The bus line EA that connects Seville’s airport with the city center also stops at the Santa Justa train station (note that tickets for the EA bus are more expensive than the normal bus fare). For up-to-date information on the local city buses: www.tussam.es

GRANADA'S TRAIN STATION

Granada’s train station, also known as Estación de Andaluces, is located about 1km north of the old town. To get an idea, it is about an 18 min walk to the cathedral.

There are several local city buses connecting the city center with the train station, such as lines 4, 11, 21 and 33. If you want to get to the Alhambra, you should take one of those buses and get off at the end of Gran Vía (right next to the cathedral). From there, walk to Plaza Isabel la Católica (2 min walk) to take the bus to the Alhambra (lines C30 or C32). The total trip takes about 40 minutes. For up-to-date information on the local city buses: www.transportesrober.com

Bus

The company ALSA runs 12 daily buses between Granada and Sevilla. The trip lasts about 3 h. Expect to pay between 13 to 30€, depending on the type of bus (normal vs supra economy).

To search and book bus tickets, go to www.alsa.com

SEVILLE'S BUS STATION

Seville’s main bus station is called Plaza de Armas and it is located just west of the old town next to the river. To go between the bus station and the cathedral, you can take the city bus line C4. For up-to-date information on the local city buses: www.tussam.es

GRANADA'S BUS STATION

Granada’s bus station is located 2.5km north of the old town. For example, it is a 40 min walk to the cathedral. The local city bus lines 21 and 33 connect the city center (bus stop at Gran Vía 14) with the bus station. If you want to get to the Alhambra, you should take one of those buses and get off at the end of Gran Vía (right next to the cathedral). From there, walk to Plaza Isabel la Católica (2 min walk) to take the bus to the Alhambra (lines C30 or C32). The total trip takes about 40 minutes.

For up-to-date information on the local city buses: www.transportesrober.com

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