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Transportation in Granada

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We will be spending 3 nights in Granada. Here are my questions:

Will we need a car while in Granada?

Some of the apartments we are looking at do not have parking and are in a pedestrian area.

How important is it to have a car to get from Granada airport to Granada apartment and would we need a car while in Granada to get to Sierra Nevada?

Is it worth going to Sierra Nevada if we are only staying 3 nights?

One more... how hard would it be to rent a car after our three days in pedestrian only Granada apartment to drive to our next location Riogordo?

Thank you so much for any advice or input.
Evelyn

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