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Granada, famous touristic city of Andalucía, is the capital of the ancient nazarí kingdom. Its main monument is the Alhambra, the Generalife gardens and the Abaicín, all declared World Heritage Site. The airport is located 12 km away from the city.
Granada, capital of the Andalusian province of the same name, is very close to the Sierra Nevada mountains. Mountains and rivers form the backdrop to this city rich in history, culture and architecture. Book your parking space with Parkimeter, comparing and choosing the car park that best meets your needs.
Thanks to its remarkable attractions, Granada welcomes more than 3 million tourists every year. From this data it is easy to understand that parking in this city is not the easiest thing to do. However, here are some tips that you can use to park for free or at a low cost.
For free parking in Granada, the first area we recommend is around the Ciencias Park and the Neptuno Shopping Centre, which are just a 20 minute walk from the centre. If you are willing to use public transport, the Campus de la Salud and nearby locations such as Armilla, La Zubia or Ogijares are ideal for free parking.
As is often the case in all cities with historic centres, Granada has different rules for traffic in these areas. In fact, most of the city centre is restricted to private vehicles, so it is advisable to check in advance on arrival whether the hotel and car park you wish to drive to is inside or outside the ZTL.
The first site you should visit is the city's cathedral, which is one of the greatest works of the Spanish Renaissance. Parking nearby may seem like an impossible task, but thanks to Parkimeter you can reserve a space at the Puerta Real car park, which is just a 10-minute walk from the site.
You can't say you've really visited Granada without seeing the Royal Chapel. It's located right next to the cathedral but is a separate visit. The Royal Chapel was built during the 15th century to serve as a burial place for Spanish monarchs.
Undoubtedly the Alhambra is the most visited monument in Granada, but not only in Granada but also in Spain. In fact, this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also known as the 'Red Palace'. Built in the 13th century by Moorish rulers to serve as their residence, it covers over 140,000 square metres and comprises three must-see parts:
Obviously, given the size of the site, we recommend that you allow at least 3 hours to visit it completely.
Another must-see is the views of Granada, we recommend the one located in the Albacin district, the mirador de San Nicolas, which offers a breathtaking view of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada. But another interesting view is also offered by the mirador de San Cristobal.
Granada is a wonderful city that you absolutely must visit. If you are planning to make your trip by car, you will now know where to go for free parking, but be prepared to climb steep slopes and narrow streets. If you want to avoid having to do all of this, turn to Parkimeter and choose a secure car park in the centre of Granada.