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When you get on the first bus the ticket is timestamped.
You can then get on any other bus as long as it is not on the same line for up to 1 hour afterwards.
You only have to pay once.

You can buy a ticket and a bono on any bus except the LAC .

To buy a ticket or a bono on the LAC you have to go to the ticket vending machine and pay in cash or by card.
The vending machines are next to the bus stops.

Get the SN1 change at Fuente Nueva (andaluces)  or the SN2 to cruz del sur .
Get on the LAC
Get off at the cathedral
Then get on a C1 or C2 to Paseo de los Tristes.



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Getting around in Granada / From the bus station to Paseo de los Tristes by bus
« Last post by Doss on July 30, 2014, 02:55:55 AM »
I want to go from the bus station to Paseo de los Tristes by bus because I am staying at the Cervantes apartment.
On the bus pages on http://granadainfo.com/buses.htm
it says that I have to use 3 buses.

It says that the price per ticket is 80 cents per person with a bono but 1.30 with a normal ticket.

Do I have to buy 3 tickets is can I do the journey with 1 ticket?
Can I buy a bono at the bus station or on the bus?
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What to do in Granada / Precautions on a night out in Granada
« Last post by Steven Wellington on July 13, 2014, 12:23:39 AM »
I have some friends visiting me at the moment.

Last night they went out "de marcha" and came back home at 9.30am.

In the early part of the evening at about 1am they went to Mae West which is a very popular disco bar in Granada.

A very well built man tried to steal my friends iphone which she was keeping in her bra.

She realised immediately and grabbed hold of his arm and then started biting him to force him to let go. (she is a very feisty German girl who had just been working on a farm) a big struggle ensued. Although the other people dancing nearby offered no assistance my 3 friends caused such a commotion that the security guards came over to investigate.

The first reaction of the mugger thief scum bag was to accuse my friend of trying to steal his phone but of course she knew the access code to the phone and could prove it was hers.

After some insistence the mugger thief scum was thrown out.

So, if you go out drinking (especially if you are foreign looking)

Preferably take out an old phone. (or buy a new one for about 14 euros) Put anything you care about in a well buttoned or zipped pocket. Leave your passport and other important documents at home. Just take out as much money as you need. Don't get so drunk that you don't know what you are doing. Don't hang up a coat with anything valuable in it. There are some scum bags out there trying to take advantage of people out having a good time. Let's make life difficult for them.

This incident didn't ruin their night and afterwards they had a great time. They came back with some fresh cakes from the bakery for out breakfast.

Here is more info about Mae West
http://granadamap.com/mae_west/
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Don't forget you can always print your tickets out at home using the reference number in the ticketmaster confirmation email.
Alternatively, you can pick them up from the following places:

    any SERVICAIXA cashpoint in Andalucía
    the ALHAMBRA TICKET OFFICE
    the white cashpoint at the ALHAMBRA SHOP on Calle Reyes Católicos in Granada
    CARREFOUR (large supermarket)
    HALCON VIAJES (travel agency)
    TICKET OFFICE on Calle Acera del Casino (in front of Teatro Isabel la Católica)

For more information, see
 http://granadainfo.com/alhambra/collecting.htm
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If you would like to see more than just La Alhambra than rent a bike and go cycling outside of the city. it is a great option to discover more and cheap too. You simply rent a road bike in the Sierra Nevada (Granada) Andalusia with Rent-A-Bici. www.rent-a-bici.com

Spain and mainly Andalucia are known for their great road cycling. In the south of this amazing country you can ride through the impressive mountain range of the Sierra Nevada (3.390 meters) if you like you can also take it more easy. Through white mountain villages and it’s national parks on your way to the beach, it’s the perfect way to complete your holiday with a great road bike tour in this great area. We don't only rent bikes, but clothing and helmets too in case you didn't bring them with you.

Rent-A-Bici rents quality road bikes (Giant TCR 0) so you can take whatever route you like. All kind of levels are available in this area.
- Free delivery and pick up the bikes from the hotel within 10 km of Granada.
- If you have brought your own pedals & cycling shoes, it can be set up for you.
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Getting around in Granada / Re: Bicycle Hire in Granada.
« Last post by rent-a-bici on July 04, 2014, 05:27:52 AM »
Cycling Granada, Andalusia is great!
If you want to rent a road bike, go to www.rent-a-bici.com.

Good road bike rental in Spain is very rare so Rent-A-Bici in Granada is your best choice.
Delivery to hotels for free (within 5km from Granada)
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Getting around in Granada / Re: Has anyone been on the new tourist train?
« Last post by rent-a-bici on July 04, 2014, 05:24:24 AM »
when our parents where here it was great doing that (70 years..), or might be fun with children as well...
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Just wondering if Ticketmaster have announced any new pick up points for pre paid online Alhambra tickets since ending the arrangement with service Caixa ATM's. Another Forum User had some ideas about possible outlets they might use but has anything been put into place do we know? I do think that they could update their information on the website a bit more often!

If I spoke spanish I would ring myself and ask but I suspect that I would not get a clear answer and probably wouldn't understand it if I did!- that's assuming I could get through on the phone. Ticketmaster's Phone Lines do not work,I am told.

As I understand it at present, the options to pick up pre paid non discounted tickets are to either pick up at the Alhambra shop in down town Granada, or at the Alhambra ticket office itself.!

Does anyone on the ground over there or anyone who has just visited know any different?
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Getting around in Granada / Re: Has anyone been on the new tourist train?
« Last post by Steven Wellington on April 24, 2014, 10:18:15 AM »
I had to try the tren turistico out of curiosity.

It is a road  train with carriages which does an  interesting route of Granada.
There are free headphones with commentary in several languages.

It is a hop on hop off service which means after paying for the ticket you can get on and off as many times as you like.

My opinion:
It is very touristy and it makes you feel like an obvious tourist.
It is a little bit expensive and it would be cheaper to get in a taxi and do the same route or just get on one of the normal minibuses.

However it is a pleasant way to spend some time in Granada and could be fun for a lot of people.

Click here for more information.
http://granadainfo.com/alhambra/tren.htm





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Getting around in Granada / Has anyone been on the new tourist train?
« Last post by hudson on April 24, 2014, 10:09:11 AM »
I have heard that there is a new tourist train in Granada.
Has anyone been on it what is it like?
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