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Transportation from the airport

13 km north-westward from the city lies the airport Barajas. To have easy access to Madrid's city centre, you can take the Barajas Subway (line 8). This line also has stops in between, where there are also several train stations. The other option to...

Barajas

The first town impression is always very important, and Madrid's airport is a real gemstone. Wavy roof tops symbolise the mountains in the vicinity, which you probably would have seen during the flight. On the inside, the roof is covered by beautiful...

Bus in Madrid

Madrid's City Bus Corporation operates buses on over 185 routes throughout the city. The bus's biggest competitor is the metro. The metro network is so extensive that the bus has little chance of winning. Madrilenos tend to use buses only at night, w...

Metro in Madrid

Madrid's metro network is one of the most extensive in the world and continues to expand further. The network comprises twelve lines with a total length of over 230 kilometres. It's undoubtedly the easiest way of getting around the city. We recommend...

Taxis in Madrid

Thousands of taxis drive around Madrid and they're relatively cheap. The city's taxis are white with a red stripe on their side. It's possible to hail a taxi in the street or to go to one of the numerous taxi ranks. Make sure that the driver starts t...

Madrid is de hoofdstad van Spanje

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