Taxi from Málaga to Granada: Best Prices 2024

Living or vacationing in Málaga? Want to visit Granada? If so, we recommend opting for a taxi from Málaga to Granada, allowing you to quickly reach the city and explore it with total comfort.

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Granada is a historic and stunning city in southern Spain, situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, known for its striking architectural character, largely reflecting the Arab occupation during the Middle Ages. Although the city’s main attraction is undoubtedly the Alhambra Palace, Granada has much more to offer, with numerous must-see places when visiting the city.

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Granada Taxi Phone: If you wish, you can book your taxi to Granada by phone: +34 696 779 247, we are also available via Whatsapp.

Price for taxi from Málaga to Granada

Taxis for 1 to 4 people Taxis for 5 to 8 people
135 € 175 €

☝ The price is per vehicle, NOT PER PERSON

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You can even book a 6-hour taxi tour in Granada, which will allow you to discover all the interesting points of Granada comfortably and in less time.

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Advantages of Hiring a Taxi from Málaga to Granada

If you want to visit Granada and you are in Málaga, you can hire a taxi that will take you to this magnificent city, allowing you to arrive in less time and directly at your destination. Additionally, with Servitaxicostadelsol.com you can book 9-seater taxis, ideal for large groups, baby seats, accessible taxis, or even book taxi tours in Granada, which will allow you to discover all the monuments, tourist attractions, and corners of the city.

What to See in Granada

1. The Alhambra of Granada

The Alhambra is the most visited monument in Granada and even in Spain. It was built in the 13th century as a residence for the sultans of the time, popularly known as the “Red Palace”. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.

The Alhambra covers over 140,000 square meters and includes 3 main points of interest:

  • The Nasrid Palaces, in particular the Comares Palace (former Sultan’s palace) and the Court of the Lions with its famous Lion Court and its 124 marble columns.
  • The Generalife, the former summer residence of the sultans. You can walk and enjoy the lush flower gardens with their pools and fountains.
  • The Alcazaba is an 11th-century military fortress. It is the oldest part of the Alhambra with access to several towers. From the Alcazaba, you can enjoy beautiful views of the city.

It’s important to book your tickets in advance, as the number of tourists passing through this monument day after day is incredible and tickets tend to fly.

2. Streets of the Albaicín

Albaicín is an ancient Arab quarter of Granada, located on a hill facing the Alhambra. Walking through its streets is a must if you visit the city. You will enjoy the cobblestone streets, whitewashed houses, shops of all kinds, including many with Oriental products, such as spices or nuts; as well as bars and restaurants.

3. The Sacromonte

The Sacromonte neighborhood is located northeast of the Albaicín, on the Valparaíso hill. It is an ancient Gypsy quarter, known for its troglodyte houses, shaped like “caves”. Today they have been reorganized, and some of them put on flamenco dance shows, as this neighborhood is considered the birthplace of flamenco. The most famous venue is the Zambra, which offers a 75-minute show, which you can book online.

4. The Cathedral of Granada and the Royal Chapel

Another must-see in Granada is the Cathedral of Granada and the Royal Chapel. The Catholic monarchs decided to build this cathedral dedicated to the Virgin of the Incarnation in the 16th century, however, it took almost 200 years to complete. For this reason, the Cathedral presents an architectural mix of Renaissance, Baroque, and Gothic styles. Inside, you can see various chapels and two 18th-century pipe organs.

Next to the Cathedral of Granada, you can visit the Royal Chapel, which was built in the 15th century as the burial place for the Spanish monarchs. Inside, you can see a crypt, the tombs of some kings, and a museum.

5. Carmen de los Mártires Garden

On the other hand, if you are looking for a moment of relaxation and peace, we recommend taking a walk through Carmen de los Mártires, a set of gardens of different types: a French garden with a pond, a British garden with a three-tier fountain, and a Nasrid terrace with a labyrinth. Entrance to the gardens is free, but it is closed between 2 pm and 6 pm on weekdays.

6. Basilica of San Juan de Dios

The Basilica of San Juan de Dios is dedicated to the patron of hospitals and nurses: John of God. It looks quite simple from the outside, but the interior is truly impressive. Much of the walls, pillars, and ceilings are covered in gold, and there are many paintings and wooden sculptures worthy of admiration.

7. Arab Baths of El Bañuelo

El Bañuelo is the oldest and best-preserved Arab bath in Andalusia. They were built in the 11th century, during the Moorish period. Since these baths were considered by Christians as places of debauchery, most of them were destroyed during the reconquest of Granada, so those that remain are considered unique.

8. Monastery of La Cartuja

Construction began in the 16th century and lasted 3 centuries. It was the home of the Carthusian monks, one of the oldest and strictest Christian orders. They led an isolated life: prayers, vows of silence, and fasting. With a mix of Baroque and Renaissance styles, it is considered one of the most beautiful monasteries in Andalusia and Spain.

9. Science Park

The Science Park is located about a 15-minute walk from the city center, although there are also buses that stop at this location. It is the most visited museum in Andalusia, with about 70,000 square meters, a botanical garden, butterfly house, observation tower, a planetarium, and the main building where you can learn about planet Earth and the human body in an interactive and very fun way.

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