The route between London and Granada is served directly by British Airways only, with an estimated flight time of around 2 hours and 40 minutes, this is not operated on a daily basis. However, transfer flights are available at generally lower costs, by other companies, such as: Iberia (flying through Madrid or Barcelona), Vueling (Barcelona) and British Airways (Madrid). A flight with a transfer can take between 5 and 12 hours.The British Airways direct flight leaves from London City, whereas the flights with stopovers depart from City, Gatwick or Heathrow airports. All flights land at Granada's Federico García Lorca Airport.In terms of reaching your departure airport, all London airports are connected to the city centre via bus, taxi and train. In addition, London City Airport has a dedicated stop on the Docklands Light Railway and Heathrow is connected to the London Underground. Granada Airport is located about 30-45 minutes away from the city centre, it can be easily and cheaply reached by a shuttle bus service or taxi.
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The most-visited attraction in Spain, this monumental complex is perhaps the most beautiful and stunning gem this city offers. It comprises of a palace (Palacios Nazaries), a fortress (the Alcazaba), a garden (the Generalife) and a government complex (Medina). Once home to the Sultans and later to Spanish Kings, it is a spectacular site that everyone should visit.2 Albayzín
Standing as the Islamic heart of the city, the Albayzín's white buildings, Arabic shops and gardens make it a very popular tourist destination. It's narrow streets and Moorish architecture are remnants of Granada's Muslim past, with a bath complex still standing and stunning views of the Alhambra.3 The Sierra Nevada
Only 30 minutes from the city by car and an hour by bus, it's possible to ski on this mountainous range, with many peaks over 3,000 metres. A ski station allows tourists to ski a region generally associated with warm weather and beaches.4 The Old Districts
It's worth visiting the historical districts of the city. The old Jewish district of Realejo, the Cartuja district with its monastery and the Bib-Rambla district with its bazaar are just a few examples.5 Traditional food
The Arab-Andalusian culture of this city is fully expressed in its cuisine. Traditional dishes include the Sacromonte omelette, stews and a wide use of traditional Arabic spices.