22 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    Garaje Rex

    Covered (2.3m)
    2 min (110m)

    APK2 Arabial

    Covered (2.1m)
    6 min (382m)
    Parclick price
    14 €

    Ronda Centro

    Covered (2.1m)
    7 min (407m)

    Parking Sócrates

    Covered (2.2m)
    8 min (491m)

    APK2 Puerta Real

    Covered (2m)
    9 min (528m)
    Parclick price
    19 €
    1. Cheaper


    10 min (601m)

    AUSSA Hermanos Maristas

    Covered (2.3m)
    11 min (634m)

    GP Violón

    Covered (2.1m)
    12 min (693m)

    La Carrera - Realejo

    Covered (1.83m)
    14 min (828m)

    APK2 Escolapios

    Covered (2.2m)
    16 min (960m)
    Parclick price
    15 €

    Severo Ochoa - San Jerónimo

    Covered (2.1m)
    17 min (1.0km)

    Centro - Méndez Núñez

    Covered (2.15m)
    18 min (1.1km)

    Cruz de Lagos

    Covered (2.1m)
    19 min (1.1km)

    APK2 Triunfo

    Covered (1.95m)
    26 min (1.5km)

    PARKIA San Lázaro

    Covered (2.3m)
    27 min (1.6km)

    PARKIA La Caleta

    Covered (2.3m)
    30 min (1.8km)

    Ibis Granada

    Covered (1.96m)
    31 min (1.9km)

    IC Hospital Virgen de las Nieves

    Covered (2.1m)
    37 min (2.2km)
    Parclick price

    APK2 Mondragones

    Covered (2.2m)
    37 min (2.2km)
    Parclick price
    15 €

    GP Nuevo los Cármenes

    Covered (3m)
    39 min (2.3km)

Where to park in Granada

Granada is a city in Andalusia, capital of the province that has the same name. It is located in the Vega de Granada region and has about 240,000 inhabitants not counting its metropolitan area. There are many neighbourhoods in this city, many of them characterized by the important influence of immigration that took place in Granada until the 90s. Among the most important neighbourhoods of the municipality include Zaidín, Albaicín, Sacromonte, La Chana, Realejo or Cartuja, among others.

The parking situation in Granada

Parking in Granada is an extremely complicated task. Being a city marked by historical monuments and points of tourist interest, many of the streets of its old town are cut off from traffic or are pedestrianized. In addition, almost the entire city centre has restricted private traffic. In streets such as Gran Vía, Plaza Nueva, Elvira, El Sacromonte, Recogidas or San Matías, the movement of vehicles is not allowed, except for buses, taxis or other authorized vehicles.

Obviously, those tourists who are going to stay in hotels that are inside this restricted traffic area of ​​Granada will be able to circulate exceptionally in this area. Although it is very important that the hotel is properly informed and the license plate of the vehicle is left with them, in order to avoid sanctions. All this area is monitored with traffic cameras that are responsible for listing the license plates and punishing those cars that are not allowed access.

In the rest of the central area where private vehicles can drive without restrictions, finding free parking is really complicated. In addition, it should be noted that in this city there is also the blue regulated parking area. In these areas you can park for a maximum of five hours and pay the corresponding fee.

Despite all this, parking in Granada is easy if you use Parclick and the large directory of guarded car parks you have in Granada. Booking parking with Parclick in Granada will guarantee you a quiet stay, without having to worry about the car. In addition, Parclick car parks in this city are cheap and safe.

Tourism in Granada

Tourism is really important in Granada due to the number of historical monuments that occupy the city. In addition, it is so close to the ski resorts of Sierra Nevada that it also receives the tourists who come to the area to ski. The Alhambra is one of the most important architectural monuments nationwide. This construction next to the gardens of the Generalife and the Albaicín became World Heritage Sites in the 1984.

For its part, the Cathedral of Granada is the first Renaissance cathedral in Spain and visiting it is a real wonder for tourists. In addition, inside the Cathedral premises the small souvenir shops and the Andalusian details make the difference.

The University of Granada, for its part, is the fourth in Spain in terms of number of students. This makes this city have a young and university environment in which leisure is part of the tradition.

Public transport in Granada

In Granada it is easy to get around by public transport, by its urban bus lines or by metro in the city. The latter began to be launched in 2008, with underground and outdoor lines. The metro is not yet finished in the district, but it is functioning correctly.

If you are going to explore Granada do not forget to book parking with Parclick by accessing the online Parclick application and selecting the guarded car park that best suits your needs.

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