By plane to Granada:

The airport of Granada is called “Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén”, and has only national flights. It is well connected to Madrid and Barcelona, with several flights per day.


How to get to/from Granada from/to Granada airport:

After the arrival of each plane, there is a bus connection to the city centre (~3 €). The stop “Gran Vía” is the closest one to the venue of the workshop (~15 min walking or bus).

Taxi fares from the Airport to the city centre are around 30-35 €.


By plane to Málaga:


Málaga is the closest international airport to Granada, and there are many direct flights to several European Cities. Málaga airport is 125 km far from Granada and it takes about 90 minutes to drive from Malaga to Granada.
How to get to/from Granada from/to Málaga airport

There two options using public buses:

- Four times per day (10:30, 11:30, 16:00 and 18:30) there is a direct bus from the airport to Granada. This takes 2 and a half hours. They are run by the company ALSA, and the cost is around 13€. From Granada to Málaga aiport, the buses depart at 7:00, 8:00, 10:15 and 13:00.

- Take a bus from the airport to Málaga bus station (they run every 30 minutes, and it costs around 3€) and from there take an ALSA bus to Granada. There are buses Málaga-Granada and vice versa running almost every hour (from 7:00 am to 21:30). The cost is around 13€.

In both cases, the arrival is to Granada coach station, which is located at:
Estación de autobuses de Granada
Carretera de Jaén s/n,
18014, Granada

To get to the workshop venue, take the public bus line 3 directly outside the bus station till the stop “Gran Vía 2”, which will leave you 15 min away from the workshop venue (Casas del Chapiz).


By bus or train:

- Granada is connected to all main cities in Spain by bus, see ALSA, and by train with Madrid, Sevilla and Almeria, see RENFE.


Public transport in Granada:

- Local buses within Granada (only in Spanish)


A more detail information on how to get to Granada can be found in the link