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Madrid buses are, along with the Metro, the best way to move around the city. Apart from being an efficient and cheap means of transport, you can get anywhere you want, including the airport, and the main bus (Estación Sur and Avenida de América) and train stations (Atocha and Chamartín).
For those of you who like touring cities on top of a city sightseeing bus, Madrid offers several alternatives. Two companies operate several touristic bus routes. All the details can be found below.
The second most important Madrid bus station is Avenida de América. Fortunately, it is very well connected with the Metro and the airport.
Madrid’s main bus station is called Estación Sur de Autobuses. It is also known as Méndez Álvaro, the neighborhood where it is located. Madrileños use both names so don’t get confused.
There are many options to arrive to Madrid. Bus might be a good option if you are traveling on a shoestring. But remember that paying less for transport is synonym of longer hours spent on the road until you reach your final destination.
There are many options to arrive to Madrid. Plane is the fastest and most comfortable one, especially if you are traveling from far away.
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.
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.
Getting cheap air flights to Spain is very easy, especially if you know what you are looking for.
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.