Getting around, Madrid
The best way to get there from the U.K. is Easyjet so cheap. Thanks Stellios.
The Metro in Madrid is cheap and frequent a must for getting round the city. If traveling outside the buses are like luxury coaches some have toilets. Altough we did'nt try them the trains are also very reliable.
ATOCHA STATION :- for trains to the south.There's an express train to Seville that takes only 2 and a half hours.
The streets in the centre of Madrid are much like a maze and it is easier if you stick to the main roads such as the Gran Via or those that interchange with it. The inner city speed limit is 50km.
Since we were going to tour the south of Spain, we had a car, but we parked it when we were in Madrid and didn't really need it. We walked everywhere.