Granada and her historic Alhambra now nominated as one of the New SEVEN Wonders of the World
Granada's historic and colourful past is reflected in its architecture, monuments and vibrant festivities attracting tourists of all ages from around the world who come to explore the city's narrow cobbled streets and enjoy the delights of the Moorish quarters of the Albaicin with its white-washed houses and balconies of hanging baskets filled with geraniums and fragrant jasmine flowers.
The Sacromonte is the spiritual home of Flamenco with fiestas taking place in gypsy caves where you can see shows and even get up and join the fun if you feel brave enough!
Granada is a lively city offering culture, gastronomy, art, science and a vibrant nightlife. The beautiful mountains of the Alpujarras are close by and offer a weekend escape from the city while the wonderful beaches of the Costa Tropical are an hour away by car or bus. Granada also happens to sit at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and has its own ski resort, Sol y Nieve. With its year-round sunny climate Granada has something to offer for all seasons and all tastes making it a perfect place to learn Spanish.
How to get here
There are direct flights with Fly Monarch from Gatwick to Granada airport and with RyanAir from Stansted To Granada airport. For connecting flights from other leading European and International airports direct to Granada or Málaga airport see the following websites:
The actual city centre is only 25 minutes by bus from Granada airport and 15 minutes by taxi. There are buses running every half hour from Granada airport which will take you directly to the centre. If you are arriving at Málaga airport the bus to Granada will take approx. 2 hours from the bus station in Málaga.
However, we can arrange for a pick up if you wish at an extra charge from either Málaga or Granada airport.