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Malaga to Granada

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We will be flying into Malaga from the UK in October and would like to head straight to Granada (we will be spending time in Malaga at the end of our trip). Our flight arrives at 11:15 which seems to be in no-mans land.

We miss the direct morning bus to Granada. Best I can tell, we need to take a city bus into Malaga. Is that the A75 express or the C19 intercity?? Do both go to the bus station directly or do we need to get off somewhere else?

From there, we can take a bus/coach to Granada but it looks like we are stuffed until 14:00, right? (16:00 arrival)

Tickets: do I buy separate tickets to Malaga and then on to Granada? We are a family of 4 (kids 14 & 11) -- any discounts? From what I can tell, the tickets are 2€ and 11.19€ respectively -- sound right?

Suggestions for spending 2 hours near the bus station in Malaga with carry-on luggage knowing we will be visiting on the back end of the trip?

Looks like a private transfer would be about 140€ -- an expensive premium to save 3 hours or so. The train times are no better and more complicated.

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