About Madrid Transportation

(Madrid, Spain)

Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) - Guide to Madrid (MAD) Airport

Madrid boasts excellent public transport networks, with more than 150 bus routes, a fast and comprehensive metro system and good train links to the suburbs and beyond.

The city has three main train stations, all of which are conveniently connected to metro lines. Chamartín, Augustin de Fox is situated off Paseo de la Castellana and connects the city with the north and east. Norte, Paseo del Rey connects with northwest Madrid and is located opposite the Campo del Moro. Atocha, Plaza de Carlos V connects the west and south including the high-speed AVE train route which links Seville with Cordoba. It's also the hub for the Madrid Cercanías train network, Madrid's light railway that provides cheap, convenient travel to nearby cities.

The cheapest and fastest way to get around Madrid is to use the Metro, which consists of a comprehensive network of 10 lines and over 120 trains, which cover most of the city.

Madrid is served by Madrid Barajas International Airport, which is conveniently located nine miles from the city centre. The modern airport has good facilities including ATMs, restaurants, shopping, car rental and parking.

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