Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcements:
  • Umbria Writers Needed
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Jul 16, 15 at 03:13 PM
  • Writers Need for New Zealand Guide
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Jul 15, 15 at 03:11 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Getting a rheum in Paris, then Django Fest week in Fontainebleau
  2. 2 9 Days Family Trip to London-Paris- Switzerland
  3. 3 Purchasing Trenitalia Tickets
  4. 4 Italy- Sicily and the Amalfi coast - travel logistics
  5. 5 What area of Venice to stay?
  6. 6 la spezia vs. levanto
  7. 7 3 wks touring Sicily, what not to miss?
  8. 8 Southern Puglia Italy
  9. 9 Art History lover - itinerary help
  10. 10 Toulouse Metro & Train Station
  11. 11 Ljubljana – Trieste – Croatia – Itinerary and Car Rental Questions
  12. 12 Travel help laundary
  13. 13 Transportation from Dublin airport to Shelboourne Hotel
  14. 14 Trip Report MaiTaiTom's "Insane For Spain" - 2015
  15. 15 Bernese Oberland or Engadin
  16. 16 Puglia and Matera
  17. 17 Lisboa upscale hotel choice (??)
  18. 18 Greece and Turkey next summer - are we crazy?
  19. 19 Brussels Central to Midi?
  20. 20 HELP!!` I'm being held prisoner.
  21. 21 Paris tipping hotel maids
  22. 22 6 nights in Dublin
  23. 23 experiences in Paris and Amalfi Coast
  24. 24 Whici part of the Pyreness is the most scenic part to visit in January?
  25. 25 Norway and Netherlands
View next 25 » Back to the top

Spain: Algeciras to Granada by Bus or Train

Jump to last reply

I am undecided whether to take the bus or train from Algeciras to Granada. The cost is the same (approximately 18 Euros one-way per person), as are the approximate departure/arrival times (we'll leave in the early morning around 7:00 or 8:00 a.m. and arrive around 11:30 am). The train takes 1 hour longer than the bus (4.5 hours instead of 3.5 hours), but I think that it may be more comfortable. It is only a REGIONAL train however, not AVE or Talgo. Any thoughts on which would be better? One hour longer doesn't seem too much to sacrifice if the trip is more comfortable. (I should mention that this will be the last leg of our trip after using high-speed trains, so it may be disappointing to use just a regional.) The train travels through Ronda, Bobadilla, Antequerra before reaching Granada. The bus stops in Marbella and Malaga en route to Granada. We haven't planned to spend any time in Ronda, Marbella, or Malaga, so passing through any one/all is welcomed. Maybe we should take the train and plan a short 2- or 3-hour stop in Ronda, if possible. Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement