MADRID TRANSPORT:TRANSPORT SYSTEM IN MADRID

General information about how to move in Madrid

In this section you have a description and useful information on the different means of transport: the metro system, the buses (urban and long distance), trains (commuter trains, regional , and general information on stations etc.), taxis, how to move around driving, information on car rental in Madrid, and, most important, how to get into and out of Madrid, in the arriving and departing section.

It is very pleasantly surprised to find that nearly everywhere in the historical centro can be reached in less than 45 minutes on foot.
There is also information on cycling, and daytrips round Madrid.

The following maps are available, but be sure to consult the written information too:

Info IBERIA (airline company): 902 400 500 www
Info RENFE (rail company): 902 240 202 www
Info EMT (Madrid city transport company): 012 y 91 580 42 60 www
Info Barajas Airport: 902 404 704 www
Info Metro de Madrid: 902 444 403 www
Info Estación SUR (long distance bus station): 91 468 42 00 www
Info Movelia (bus company): 902 33 55 33 www

Madrid transport conditions have improved greatly in the last 10 years. The metro network is now among the best in Europe. The new airport is huge, modern and connected to the city by metro, and the high speed trains link now most of the important cities in Spain.

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