Getting around Granada
Most places of interest are within walking distance of central Granada. Plaza Isabel La Católica is just a block west of Plaza Nueva and marks the intersection of Gran Vía de Colón (the main drag heading north) and Calle Reyes Católicos (the main drag heading southwest to Puerta Real, where it splits into Calle Recogidas and Acera del Darro, heading west and south respectively). The cathedral and royal chapel are just to the northwest of this square. The Alhambra and Albayzin (the Arabic quarter) are on opposite hills on the east side of town with Carrera del Darro and a small river separating them.
The easiest way to get around Granada is on foot, as the city has a very special urban layout due to its geography and historical heritage.
The transport options for getting where you want to go in Granada are given below.