Comunidad de Madrid Transportation

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Comunidad de Madrid Transportation

  • Barajas airport

    Madrid Transportation

    The easiest, fastest and cheapest way to get into Madrid from the Airport is to take the Metro. It is located right inside the airport, downstairs in Terminal 2. There are signs throughout all terminals directing you to the Metro Station. Metro trains service the airport between 6:00 am and 1:45 am every day. The Madrid Metro system is modern,...

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  • Metro (subway)

    Madrid Transportation

    The metro in Madrid is not very handicap assessable. Almost every station will involve some flights of stairs. There are a few that have elevators but even so will involve a flight of stairs in addition. Some stations have escalators but if you count on these you will become famular with the quintessential spanish sign "fuera de servicio". (out...

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  • Atocha Railway Station

    Madrid Transportation

    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 making for a pleasant passing. It connects to all of Spain from here on various lines and correspondances. the station of Puerta de Atocha which would welcome the new high speed...

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  • Taxis

    Madrid Transportation

    Currently, in Madrid taxicabs are white with a red diagonal stripe going through the front doors. They may also be black with red band and on the side a badge of Madroño tree and a bear, which are the symbols of the city. But in 1964, they were black with a horizontal red stripe and a little emblem on the back fender. They were often Seats (the...

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  • Getting around

    Madrid Transportation

    I know this is another big capital city, and its not for everyone to drive on it. However, for the adventurous ones, like me, I have been driving in Madrid since 1990 and never had a scratch nor a parking ticket. Not even a speed ticket !!! To reach Madrid you have several expressways such as A-1, Madrid-Burgos-Irún; A-2, Madrid-Barcelona-La...

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  • Local buses

    Madrid Transportation

    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 addition to the official webpage in contact, here is the Madrid tourist office take on it http://www.esmadrid.com/en/tourist-bus hope it helps your...

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  • Long Distance Buses

    Madrid Transportation

    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 we went for a bite to eat. Unfortunately we missed our bus and hopped on the next bus not realizing each seat is booked. We had to return to the...

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  • Sightseeing buses

    Madrid Transportation

    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 photo tells the story better than I can write it!

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  • Chamartin Railway Station

    Madrid Transportation

    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 neighborhood named after this station. As to the look on my face I believe this can be attributed to being young and stupid and impatient for some good...

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  • Daytrips

    Madrid Transportation

    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. They are mainly used for trips outside the city of Madrid but within the wider Comunidad de Madrid. There is just one line that runs nowhere near the...

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  • Train

    Madrid Transportation

    The Cercanias train is a commuter train that runs all over the city. There is also a line that goes to/from the airport (terminal T4), which will save you a lot of money in taxi fares! It's also a lot quicker than taking the metro to the airport. The airport line stops at Atocha and Chamartin train stations, and the ride between Atocha and the...

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  • Plane

    Madrid Transportation

    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 gate area—and I was concerned because I didn’t know which one I needed. The Departures board just listed EHJ as my gate! It would have helped to know...

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  • Big Red Bus- Madrid Vision

    The big red tour bus, Madrid Vision, is a great way to get an overview of the city, learn a little history (in your native language), and have all day transportation to the major sites. You can get on and off the bus wherever and whenever you'd like. There are three different bus routes- a modern tour, historical tour, and monumental tour. There...

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  • Where are all of the street signs?

    First off, street names seem to be an arbitrary method of navigation throughout most of Spain. If you're looking for your destination it is best to find the closest Plaza to your destination and follow the city signs or Metro and Bus signs to that Plaza and then find your location from there.If you must rely on street names you will not find them...

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  • Quickest, Coolest, Cheapest Transport in...

    We've now had the opportunity to use all of the transportation options in Madrid and the Metro is by far our favorite. You can take it all over town including some of the outskirts. You sacrifice the view above the street but the speed and airconditioning are well worth it. The Metro is a well oiled machine and when you transfer trains they are...

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Comunidad de Madrid Hotels

  • Hotel Atlantico

    With most four-star hotels in Madrid (and throughout Western Europe) charging US$400 or more, the...

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  • Hotel Posada Don Jaime

    San Anton No. 24, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, 28200, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • NH Principe de la Paz

    C/ San Antonio 22, Aranjuez, Madrid, 28300, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Parador de Alcala de Henares

    Colegios, 8, Alcala De Henares, 28801, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Parador de Chinchon

    The Parador of Chinchon is located in a magnificent convent of the 17th c., the church of which is...

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  • Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Getafe

    Avenida Rio Guadalquivir, 17, Getafe, 28906, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Avant Torrejon

    Avda. de las Estaciones s/n, Poli­gono Industrial Las Monjas, Torrejon De Ardoz, 28850, Spain

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel La Barranca

    Valle De La Barranca, S/N, Navacerrada, 28491, es

    Good for: Couples

  • NH Alcorcon

    Avda Europa 2 Edificio A, Madrid, Madrid, 28920, Spain

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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