Granada Airport has good connections with other Spanish cities like Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca and there are international flights from Granada to London.
Getting from Granada airport to the city centre: Visitors can reach Granada city centre with a special airport bus service. This bus runs through the centre of Granada and terminates at the Exhibition and Conference Centre (Palacio de congresos).
You can also get to Granada by taxi. A taxi from Granada Airport to the city centre costs around 30 euros.
Granada Train Station is in the heart of the city.
The visitor can go to Granada by train from Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, or other cities in Spain. Granada has no high-speed rail but has long distance lines, including:
Madrid-Granada: Takes 4.5 hours, there are two daily trips – morning and evening.
Madrid or Barcelona to Antequera in the high speed train and then take a slower train to Granada.
Seville – Granada: Takes about 3 hours, four times a day.
The IDRS 2018 hosts have reached an agreement with RENFE (Spanish National Rail), who will now be offering a 30% discount, for the purchase of train tickets on national routes to attend the 47th ANNUAL CONFERENCE IDRS 2018 GRANADA.
You will receive the bonus discount at the end of the conference registration process.
A city in the south of Spain with great Moorish and Renaissance cultural heritage, situated between the Sierra Nevada mountains and the Mediterranean tropical coast.