Granada - Madrid
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From Granada to Madrid
Travel by coach from Granada to Madrid with ALSA for a quick, comfortable and pleasant journey. Only ALSA offers you the chance to travel from Granada to Madrid by coach at the best rate guaranteed. And if you buy your tickets in advance at www.alsa.com you can avail of our cheapest deals.
- Frequency: over 20 daily services in both directions (night services, either direct or with stops, depending on the time).
- Timetable: buses depart between 01:30 am and 08:30 pm.
- Distance between cities: 420 km (261 mi). The entire journey is on the motorway.
- Trip duration: between 4.30 and 5.15 hours depending on the service.
Bus stations in Granada and Madrid
Coaches travelling from Granada to Madrid depart from the Estación de Autobuses de Granada bus station, located on Calle Minerva, 4.
All stations are connected to the public transport network and have public parking. Your journey will end either at the Estación Sur de Autobuses bus station, the Avenida de América transport hub or at the Madrid Barajas Airport - T4.
What to see in Granada
Walking around this city is a treat for all the senses, taking in its breathtaking monuments that are bursting with history, such as the Alhambra and the Generalife gardens. The winding cobbled streets of the Albaicín will lead you to charming little spots that still reveal traces of the city’s Muslim past. The busy area surrounding the Cathedral is known for its inviting squares that are decorated with colourful flowers and gardens, such as Plaza de Isabel la Católica, and the Realejo district with the Jewish quarter and its stands offering traditional artisan goods.
What to see in Madrid
This wonderful city still preserves its great historical heritage while having a vast array of cultural and leisure activities at any time of the day. Starting out at kilometre zero in Puerta del Sol, you can walk up calle Preciados, one of the busiest streets in the world and full of shops selling the best brands. The Metropolis building marks the beginning of the Gran Vía, offering a wide selection of shops and cinemas. Walking up this street towards Plaza de España you will see Torre de Madrid, which for many years was the city’s tallest building, and is still one of the highest concrete buildings in Europe. Incidentally, it was here that the great director Luis Buñuel would always stay when he visited the city in his later years.