If you need to take public transport in Granada, here you can find information about:
Visit their website and register to check their database
Useful tips before renting a flat:
◼ Start looking at accommodation options before coming to Granada.
◼ Visit and see the properties in person before signing a contract or giving a deposit. When looking for a flat, make sure you know if the person offering it is the owner or a real estate agent. The latter will charge a fee for their service, which is usually equivalent to the cost of one month’s rent. Ask approximately how much you will pay for electricity, gas and water.
◼ Ask how much the deposit is (normally a month’s rent). If everything is in order at the end of your lease, the landlord must return the deposit to you.
◼ Request receipts for all transactions and payments, including the deposit.
◼ University residences and student residences are more expensive than shared flats, but generally include other services such as room cleaning, laundry and full or half board.
◼ Some residences, colegios mayores (private student residences) in particular, have strict cohabitation rules. Make sure you read these rules before making a decision.