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Getting To Madrid: Plane

There are many options to arrive to Madrid. Plane is the fastest and most comfortable one, especially if you are traveling from far away.


Getting To Madrid Airport

Here is a step by step guide to getting to Madrid Airport. There are several airport transfers that will get you from Madrid’s city center to your terminal.


Arriving At Madrid Airport

Here is a step by step guide to arriving at Madrid Airport. There are several airport transfers that will get you to Madrid’s city center.


Looking For Cheap Air Flights To Spain?

Getting cheap air flights to Spain is very easy, especially if you know what you are looking for.


How To Find Very Cheap International Flights

It is surprisingly easy to find very cheap international flights nowadays. The arrival of low cost carriers to the market has had a great impact on fares. As a result, the prices have plummeted in the last few years.


Madrid Airport Transfers

There are a number of ways to arrange Madrid Airport transfers. It actually depends on your budget and how much time you want to spend going from the airport to your accommodation.


Madrid Airport: Barajas

Madrid Airport’s official name is Aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez-Madrid Barajas, so people refer to it as “Barajas” to make it shorter. The IATA airport code for Madrid is MAD.


A Complete Guide To Fly To Spain

Are you planning to fly to Spain? In all likelihood, you’ll be flying into Spain, unless you’re coming overland from Portugal, France, or taking the ferry from Morocco. So it pays to do some reading on airlines, airports, and airfares.


Getting To Madrid: Train

How to get to Madrid? Train is the best option, especially of you are traveling from another Spanish city. Catching a train is the easiest and most comfortable way to travel around Spain.


Madrid Train Station: Chamartín

The second biggest Madrid train station is called Chamartín, and it’s managed by the public company Renfe Operadora. It’s one of the biggest stations in Spain, servicing over 25 million travelers per year.


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