Itinere Hostel
Calle Natalio Rivas, 1, Granada, Spain

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Welcome to Itinere Hostel!!!
We are bike friendly
We have week daily ashtanga and kundalini yoga, and tai chi classes. Also fitness sessions with personal trainer every morning (visit the city and while you train your body!!)
Weekend activities: tapas tour, cinema day, walks around the city, language exchanges with local students.

With a fun and relaxed environment Itinere hostel, located just steps away from the Albaycin, is the perfect hostel for a holiday or travel stay in Granada. Whatever you prefer, Itinere has both private rooms and communal rooms alike, and with each comes a hand designed modern charm that makes each room both special and comfortable. The friendly and knowledgeable staff is always on hand to help with anything you may need. And with events lead by the staff-Mega Tapas tours, Albaycin hikes, cinema night-throughout the week, you can feel comfortable getting to know the city and culture of Granada first hand. Or if you’re just in need of some R&R or quiet time, take advantage of one of the many services offered at Itinere—yoga, massage, reflexology, and more.

Located right in the centre of Granada, just off the Gran Via, the main street in the city centre. Taxi stop, shuttle airport bus, city bus just at your door.

In a 1929 building by the architect Matias Fernandez Figares we offer comfortable, light and airy rooms to our guests, but also a nice and chilly living room with TV/DVD, a coffee room, kitchen, dining room, we have movies, books and magazines free to use. We have free WiFi available and a computer free to use.

Calm and not party but relaxed atmosphere hostel. We are surrounded by the best of the city's shops, bars, monuments and supermarkets and our friendly staff can help you navigate your way around with maps. There is public parking close to the hostel and we have free tea and coffee for our guests all day, every day!

Cleanliness is our first must, so we'll be cleaning all day to make everything is spotless.

We have free personal lockers, free maps, free linen and duvets, free coffee and tea, free WiFi,TV and movies, free luggage storage.

To help you enjoying your staying we offer book exchange, city guide to let, maps, advice and more.

This is a family business owned and managed by traveller brother and sister, we are from Granada so we know the city, but we travelled a lot and speak several languages so we understand our guests needs and way of thinking. We take care of your home away from home and everyday we do small tasks to do it better. Everyday there is a change to improve our facilities or our decoration.

We also managed a private school and we provide language classes and other kind of classes, and we organize soiree of language exchange to link travellers with locals.

Itinere Hostel may not be the best, but we do our best to be it.

Stay in the city of the Alhambra. We're easy to find...hard to leave!
In order to keep silence at night reception is open from 8 to 23h.



From the airport (half hour) 3 EUR:
Take the shuttle bus and get off at the bus stop called GRAN VIA 61 .Walk ahead 20m and turn to the right in the first street. Link:
Taxi can cost around 20-25EUR (always ask for a receipt).

From the bus station (15 min by bus) 1,30 EUR:
Take bus 3 or 33 and get off at the bus stop called GRAN VIA 61. Walk ahead 20 meters and turn to the right in the first street. Taxi can cost around 8 EUR (always ask for a receipt).

From the train station (2 min by bus or 10 min walking):
Take bus 1, 3, 7 or 33 (1,30 EUR) and get off at the bus stop called GRAN VIA 61. (You can do it on foot as well, it's just 10 min.) Walk ahead 300 meters and turn to the right in the main street. Straight until big spanish flag round about. Then turn right and first to the left. Link:
Taxi can cost around 4 EUR (always ask for a receipt).

By car:
We recommend you park in 'Parking El Triunfo', just around the corner from us. Approximate price per day: 23 EUR. For a cheap option, we recommend you to park out of the center (maybe the bus or train station) and take a bus or a taxi. Driving around Granada Center can be messy and risky (fine or crane)