Supply is 220/240 volts CF, 50Hz with two round-pin plugs used across the country. International travelers from outside EU may require an adaptor socket.


Passport and Visa requirements

If you are planning to visit Spain to attend a business event such as a conference as a speaker, participant or attendee (that is, you will not be working, performing, or being paid to contribute), you may need a visa.

For further information about visa requirements, please consult your country´s Department of Foreign Affairs. In addition, stay alert about COVID-19 requirement for travellers.

It is important to check your travel requirements well in advance of your departure date.


Health and Medical Services

Spain has a high-standard healthcare system offering a mix of public and private services. Several public hospitals with accident, emergency, and outpatient services are located in Granada. Comprehensive travel insurance is always recommended.


Banking and Money

Banks: As a general guide, banks across the city are open for business Monday to Friday 8:15 am to 14:15 pm. Some banks in local shopping centres are also open on Saturday (with varying opening hours).

Automatic teller machines (ATMs): ATMs are located throughout the city and will recognize cards issued by most banks.

Credit cards: MasterCard, Visa, and American Express are accepted across the city by most outlets.

Currency exchange: Licensed money change services are available at the Spanish Airports and at numerous Bureaux Change points located throughout the city. Most banks also offer currency exchange services.

Notes: €5, €10, €20, €50, €100 and €200

Coins: 1¢, 2¢, 5¢, 10¢, 20¢, 50¢, €1 and €2



Granada enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The typical temperature in the city during September is an average maximum of 28°C and minimum of 15°C. Light clothing may be suitable for the night. Normally, the weather during September in Granada is very nice: mild, clear and dry.