Train travel from Madrid is extremely easy, comfortable and safe. Whether you want to travel to a long-distance destination or somewhere nearby, Renfe and other railway operators offer you several options.
The Madrid Combinado Cercanías is a free transfer on Madrid suburban trains and trams that Renfe, the Spanish rail operator, offers.
As a rule of thumb the Madrid taxi service works perfectly fine. Taxis are available everywhere, and they drive you wherever you want. Drivers are in general nice and reliable and the vehicles are in good shape.
The official Madrid taxi is white with a red diagonal stripe across the front door. There are more than 15,000 taxis in Madrid, so it’s very easy to find one available in most of the city’s streets.
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’s 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’s a step by step guide to arriving at Madrid Airport. There are several airport transfers that will get you to Madrid’s city center.
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’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.
Are you planning to fly to Madrid? The quickest and generally cheapest way of reaching Madrid from most of the world is by air.