Granada has a small airport with limited international connections (London, Manchester, Berlin, Paris, Milan, Naples (see wikipedia)). There are frequent connections to Madrid and Barcelona. From the Granada airport there is a bus connection with several stops in the city or alternatively taxis are available. It takes 15 min to reach the town by taxi and approximately 30 min by bus.
The closest larger international airport is Malaga There are direct buses from the airport to Granada or more frequently from the bus station in Malaga. It takes approximately 2 h to reach Granada. The company operating those buses is Alsa.
This Hotel is very close to the venue of the conference also the conference lunches and dinner will be hosted here. After registration we will provide a discount code.
Gran Hotel Luna de Granada: easy to reach by car and within walking distance to the venue.
Hotel Abades Recogidas Hotel in the city center, 15 min from the venue.
ABBA Granada Hotel Within walking distance to the venue. Central location close to the train station and diverse bus connections.
Antonio Pérez: close by the hotel, nice food, fancy but affordable. https://www.restauranteantonioperez.com/
Las Tinajas: central, fancy and also affordable. https://www.restaurantelastinajas.com/eng/inicio_eng.html
La chumbera: very nice terrace with amazing views. Located in Sacromonte.
Las Tomasas: below the famous San Nicolas belvedere. Very nice views. https://lastomasas.com/en
Jardines de Zoraya: by San Nicolas, it includes flamenco shows. https://www.jardinesdezoraya.com/en/?noredirect=en_GB
El trillo: nice walk http://www.restaurante-eltrillo.com/
Asador de castilla: fancy, high quality, not cheap. http://www.realasadordecastilla.com/ingles/index.html
Chikito: well-known, fancy http://www.restaurantechikito.com/en/
La Sitarilla: high quality-price ratio. Calle San Miguel Alta, 7, 18002 Granada
Chantarela: high quality-price ratio. Calle Águila, 20, 18002 Granada
Los Manueles: traditional andalusian food http://www.losmanueles.es/
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