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Granada City Train 1 or 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Granada City Train 1 or 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

From US$ 6.81 per person

Climb aboard a unique city train in Granada and discover the city center at your own pace. Hop on at any of the stops along 2 routes, and enjoy panoramic views from the specially designed train as it winds through the narrow streets of the Albaicin.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
Special health and safety measures apply. Learn more
Mobile ticketing
Vouchers must be exchanged for tickets.
Duration 30 minutes
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Audio guide included
Spanish, Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, Korean


  • Explore the historic heart of Granada at your own pace
  • Hop on and off a unique city train with panoramic views
  • Go to the landmark monument of the Alhambra
  • Enjoy a city commentary (available in 12 languages)
  • Stop for a coffee in Plaza Nueva, Granada's oldest square
  • Take a scenic walk between the river and woods of the Carrera del Darro
  • Discover the old Moorish baths of the Banuelo of Granada
  • Marvel at the Renaissance beauty of the Cathedral
Full description

Discover Granada at your own pace with a full-day ticket to the exclusive hop-on hop-off train. Specially designed to navigate the narrow streets of the Albaicín, the train features a panoramic roof, open deck in summer, and on board audio guides in 12 languages, available at an extra cost (with 2 special kids channels in Spanish and English). You can hop on and off at any of the stops to experience the essence of the city, from the monumental Alhambra to the atmospheric Albaicín. Explore the Realejo district, stop for a coffee in Plaza Neuva, get city views from the Mirador de San Nicolas, and much more. Get on and off the train as often as you want for as long as your ticket is valid, and discover the city's most important sites. The Alhambra Route runs during the day, while the City Center Route is an evening train that takes in Granada’s great nighttime atmosphere.

Alhambra Route (Green Line)

: trains run every 30-45 minutes • Alhambra a. Alhambra Generalife/Taquillas b. Alhambra Palacios Nazaríes/Puerta Justícia • Cuesta Gomérez • Plaza Nueva/Office Granada City Tour • Paseo de los Tristes • Mirador de San Cristóbal/Albaicín • Monasterio de la Cartuja • Plaza de Toros • Catedral/Plaza Romanilla • Calle Alhóndiga/Recogida • Plaza Mariana Pineda/El Corte Inglés • Calle Molinos/Campo del Príncipe • Hotel Alhambra Palace/Carmen de los Mártires

City Center Route (Red Line)

: trains run every 30-60 minutes, depending on the time of year • Plaza Nueva/Oficina Granada City Tour • Paseo de los Tristes • Mirador de San Cristóbal/Albaicín • Monasterio de la Cartuja • Plaza de Toros • Catedral/Plaza de la Romanilla • Calle Alhóndiga/Recogidas • Plaza Mariana Pineda/El Corte Inglés

  • 1 trip or 1- or 2-day hop-on hop-off train ticket
  • Panoramic roof, and open deck in summer
  • Multilingual audioguide (earphones not included)
  • Live guide
  • Tips (optional)
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Earphones (available at extra cost)
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

You can begin at any of the stops along the tour routes. Simply show your printed voucher to the on-board guide.

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Important information

Know before you go

  • Please note timings of the 2 routes: The Route Alhambra (Green Line) runs from March to October from 9:30AM to 9:30PM, and from November to February runs from 9:30AM to 7:30PM. The City Centre Route (Red Line) runs from 7:30PM to 10:30PM all year
  • An audio guide is available in 12 languages. Earphone are not included and must be brought or purchased separately (€1.50)
  • Alhambra Route (Green Line) trains run every 20-25 minutes from November to February, and every 16-20 minutes from March to October and on Christmas, national, and local holidays
  • City Center Route (Red Line, night-time only) trains run every 60 minutes November to February, and every 30 minutes from March to October, and on Christmas, national, and local holidays
  • Printed voucher or e-voucher accepted
  • The regular Granada City Tour service may be affected due to ongoing events in the city, adverse traffic conditions, or or circumstances beyond the local partner's control.
Customer reviews

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based on 771 reviews

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Great experience! Road the train the entire trip first go round then got off and on at desired points. It needs to be a better system for those getting back on versus those who are getting tickets. Was trying to get back on but there was a long line of customers paying to get on. Showed driver receipt but was told to get in line. It was so many people in line I was worried if there would be room by the time he got to me.

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August 22, 2019

Easy, convenient, great way to get a feel for the city prior to tourin

We bought the ticket one day early online. It was easy and cheap ($12 Euro for one day, two people (one senior). When we arrived in Granada we easiliy found the nearest stop of the train. The first one was full, so we waited for the next (maybe 5 minutes) and that one had plenty of room. We first toured the whole route then got off at Alhambra. For the rest of the day we got on and off shopping or touring and then getting back on. We never waited more than 10 minutes and every train had plenty of space after that first one. Yes it's bumpy - yes it's noisy - if you want an airconditioned rubber ride then get an expensive tour. It was very convenient, the map was excellent and the drivers were polite and patient. As always, a little Spanish is very helpful.

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June 2, 2019

Fun way to see the main points of Granada but the train didn't head all the way down into the city center towards the river, which we had to see later on foot. I recommend walking down Calle Acera del Dario, then through Plaza Bibataubin (Calle de la Virgen) which leads you to Plaza del Humiladero. We didn't listen to the audio tour because they charge you an additional 1 euro to buy the earphones.

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April 8, 2019

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