Driving through the streets of Granada is not easy. Granada is a historical city with narrow streets, and has a huge amount of traffic as it has about 500 000 inhabitants.
Many of the streets in the historical city centre, the Albaicín, Sacromonte, and Realejo districts have restricted access, and only allow pedestrians or public transport to pass.
If you do not know the city well, the best thing to do is to leave your car in one of the many public car parks in the outskirts of Granada and use the bus, the tourist bus or taxis. As everything in Granada is within walking distance, a great option is to enjoy the city on foot.
You can find more information about traffic restrictions, public car parks, and transport in the section Getting here and move around.
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