How to arrive

By plane

Granada is connected via two main airports. The Federico García Lorca International Airport is located in Granada, 25 minutes away from the city center and it offers daily flights to national and international destinations, such as Madrid, Barcelona, London, Berlin, Manchester, Milan or Napoles.

The Pablo Ruiz Picasso International Airport of Málaga is just one hour driving from Granada and it is the third of Spain in air traffic, making Granada even more accessible for every attendee. In total there are 47 airlines flying from and to Málaga (such as Ryanair, Vueling, EasyJet, Norwegian, TUI Fly or Air Europa). Málaga Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 142 destinations in 34 countries.

By train or bus

Granada is very well connected through the network of highways and continuous services of buses with all the national territory. Since 2019 the High Speed Train is operating, connecting the city in an easy and comfortable way with Andalusia and the main Spanish cities. Six daily trains, three in each direction, connect Granada with Madrid, offering about 2,000 seats a day. Granada is connected with Barcelona with two daily trains, one in each direction.