The Granada Metro

The Granada Metro




From September 2017 you can also move around the city by subway!

The light rail of Granada has only one Albolote - Armilla line. It is more correct to call it tram or light rail, as only three stops are underground.


Albolote »PolĂ­gono Juncaril» Vicuña »Amphitheater» Maracena »Cerrillo Maracena» Ctra. De JaĂ©n »Bus Station» Argentinita »Luis Amador» Villarejo »la Caleta» Train Station »University» MĂ©ndez NĂșñez »Collection» AlcĂĄzar del Genil »Horse Riding» AndrĂ©s Segovia »Sports Palace» Los CĂĄrmenes Stadium »DĂ­lar» Technology Park »Nevada Shopping Center» Fernando de los RĂ­os » Armilla.

The price of a ticket (univiaje) for the Granada metro is 1,35 euros. Round trip: 2,70 euros. You can also choose between various passes which are obviously cheaper if you travel frequently on the metro.

  • Monthly Bonus it costs 40 euros and allows you to make unlimited trips for 30 days. 
  • Bono Plus 45 costs 35 euros. With this card it is possible to make 45 trips in the 30 calendar days following the purchase. 
  • Tarjeta Tourist for one day with unlimited travel at a cost of 4,50 euros.

The trip is free for children from 0 to 3 years old. There are currently no discounts for retirees or large families.




Granada's light rail operates Monday to Friday from 6:30 to 23:00. Saturday and Sunday it opens one hour later, from 7:30 to 23:00


On Fridays, Saturdays and the eve of public holidays there is a replacement service from 23:00 to 02:00 in the morning with a frequency of 30 minutes.

The Granada Metro has two offices:

Office 1: It is located in the Calle Recogidas metro station. Hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 20:00, on Saturdays open only in the morning.


Office 2: It is the office of the facilities of the Granada Metro on Avenida de Profesor DomĂ­nguez Ortiz. Hours: Monday to Thursday from 8:30 to 14:30 and from 16:00 to 18:30, on Fridays open only in the morning.


Telephone: 958 98 81 23
Email: info@metropolitanogranada.es






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