In Granada, you'll find red urban buses and minibusses that connect practically all parts of the city. Due to the narrow and irregular layout of the streets of Sacromonte and Albaicin, only Alhambra Bus minibusses make the journey to these neighborhoods of Granada.
There are 29 city bus lines in Granada that cover the entire urban network of the city.
You can check the bus lines of Granada on the website of the company Transportes Rober or on the following map:
The most popular bus lines used by tourists to move around Granada are the following:
- C30: Alhambra - Center
- C31: Albaicin - Center
- C32: Alhambra - Albaicin
- C34: Sacromonte - Center
Timetable and frequency
Granada city buses operate every day from 6 am to 11 pm, approximately. The frequency ranges from four to ten minutes, depending on the line.
The regular ticket costs € 1.40 (US$ 1.50) and can be used for transfers for the following 60 minutes. The ticket is free for children under 4 years old.
If you plan to use the bus several times, we recommend the Credibus card, which you can easily buy on the buses. It's a card that you can use to charge € 5 (US$ 5.30), € 10 (US$ 10.50), or € 20 (US$ 21) and save on the final price of the ticket. When you purchase the card, you'll have to pay € 2 (US$ 2.10) as a deposit, which will be returned to you if you give the card in any bus of the urban network of Granada.
Buses to Sierra Nevada
The bus ride from the center of Granada to the ski resort of Sierra Nevada takes about 45 minutes. All buses leave from the Granada Bus Station and the price for a one-way ticket is € 5 (US$ 5.30) and € 9 (US$ 9.50) if you book a round trip. The company in charge of this service is Tocina.