Madrid Transportation

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  • 1. Barajas airport

    One of the simplest and cheapest ways to get to Madrid central from the airport is take the metro. A single trip was 5 Euro. The airport line is line 8. Once on the train, go to the end of the line...

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  • 2. Metro (subway)

    When I am travelling I generally try to use public transport, partially for reasons of budget but moreso because I think it is a great way of immersing yourself in the everyday life of wherever you...

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  • 3. Atocha Railway Station

    a view from driving to it, go places and easy now from Barajas with train cercanias C1and bus 203. The first and biggest of Spain train stations, its a modern environment of eco and gardens, all...

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  • 4. Getting around

    take the plunge at 1000 meters and go to Casa de Campo by cable car or the Teleferico de Madrid at parque de la montaña, and next to the better known parque del Oeste.off Paseo Pintor Rosales, s/n., 1...

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  • 5. Taxis

    the new law this year makes it easier for the visitor to take a taxi, flat rate of 30 Euros from Barajas terminals to the city center. the meter automatically marks 30,00 when you enter the car to...

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  • 6. Sightseeing buses

    Our tour company was Globus Vacations and transport was on a modern coach with plenty of good seating. I enjoyed the back seat on many days although there were plenty of normal seating available. The...

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  • 7. Long Distance Buses

    My wife and myself decided to travel to Toledo from Madrid for a day trip. On the return trip we checked in at the ticket counter and decided to return at a scheduled time. Having to wait a half hour...

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  • 8. Local buses

    This is the typical tourist hop on hop off bus of many cities. I dont take it, for information only. If you are short on time and want to see the main highlights of the city than its very useful. In...

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  • 9. Chamartin Railway Station

    In the Spring of 1981, after my sister's wedding, my cousin and I departed from the Charmartin train station to go to Paris. Little did I know that within a year I would be living in Madrid in the...

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  • 10. Train

    AVE (alta velocidad espanola) is the high speed train run by the spanish national rail company. The high speed network has been expanding quite rapidly. When I went to Spain in 2003-4 there was only...

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  • 11. Daytrips

    Madrid Cercanias stop at Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartin and other stations in Madrid, In the section of their route between Atocha and Chamatin they go underground but they are distinct from the Metro....

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  • 12. Plane

    If you are going on to a domestic flight after passport control and customs, it can be a bit confusing. You need to take the train to Gates E, H, and J. I expected 3 stops on the train—one for each...

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  • 13. Be careful

    The metro from the airport is easy but beware if u buy a ten ticket Carney, if u want to share between two u need to select two people on the machine or u will...

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  • 14. Airport bus

    I think this is an excellent service.The yellow airport buses leave from T1, 2, 4 every 15 minutes or so and run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The buses have...

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  • 15. Barajas to Atocha by bus

    there is aerocity and the new bus service direct from Barajas to Atocha, and then the metro and then the taxi. You have one hour, my min bare always is 1H30, so...

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  • 16. Exprés Aeropuerto (Airport Express) (bus)

    As of 5 November 2.010, there is a new bus (yellow) service linking the Aeropuerto de Madrid-Barajas (Madrid-Barajas Airport) and the city centre.* Timetable:-...

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  • 17. Autobuses Nocturnos (Nightly Buses)

    This tip is especially dedicated to Nightlife lovers.There is a series of nightly buses that can be helpful for you if you don’t want to take a taxi at night...

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  • 18. Aeropuerto Madrid-Barajas (Madrid-Barajas Airport)

    Aeropuerto de Madrid-Barajas (Madrid-Barajas Airport): When you arrive in Madrid by plane and you don't want to be lost (or at least you try not to be) or you...

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  • 19. Airport Bus from Atocha Renfe Station

    The bus stop can be a little tricky to find. At Atocha Renfe, when you come out of the entrance where all the taxis are, the bus stop is opposite, just slightly...

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  • 20. HIGH SPEED TRAIN TO VALENCIA

    the month of December 2010 saw a long time plan become reality finally. the high speed train link between Valencia and Madrid and vice versa was finally...

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  • 21. tickets for metro and the emt

    i checked out both the EMT (bus) website and the metro website. the bus line has either a single ride pass 1 euro that's only valid on the bus, or a 9 euro...

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  • 22. tickets for metro and the emt

    i checked out both the EMT (bus) website and the metro website. the bus line has either a single ride pass 1 euro that's only valid on the bus, or a 9 euro...

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  • 23. Itinerarios Turísticos Peatonales

    Pedestrian Touristic Pathways.From Plaza de Cibeles, you can follow 6 different self-guided pathways.Metro: Banco de España (line 2).There is also a site that...

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  • 24. Madrid airport

    Madrid is fairly large airport but not as crazy as Paris. I never had problems with connections there I have flown through there 3 times. That be said, I always...

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  • 25. TOURIST TRAVEL PASS

    The Tourist Travel Pass is the most practical, easiest and cheapest way to get around Madrid. Pass holders can use any public transport within the Madrid...

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