Transport

  • Moving in the subway
  • Undoubtedly, the subway is the most efficient, economical and fastest way to get around Madrid. The Spanish capital has one of the most extensive and complete metropolitan networks in Europe. It has a total of twelve metro lines and three light metro lines. In addition to these, which are those that run through the old town, commercial areas and economic centers, Madrid has five other lines that connect the city with nearby towns. Except for occasional changes, the subway timetable is from 06:00 a.m. to 01:30 a.m.

    Download the Subway - Madrid map

  • Moving by bus
  • There are certain areas that the metro can not reach, but buses can do. Madrid has a very extensive urban bus network belonging to the Municipal Transport Company (EMT). However, it must be borne in mind that on certain occasions buses can travel more slowly than the metro due to traffic. The buses circulate, except for exceptions previously communicated by EMT, from Monday to Friday from 06:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.; and on weekends and holidays from 07:00 a.m. to 11:00 p. m. In addition, Madrid has night buses (called `owls`) that cover 26 routes and its circulation time is from 23: 55 p.m. to 04: 00 a.m. The EMT has launched the application ‘Mi autobús’ that lets you know which buses are traveling for a specific stop and how long it takes for a certain bus to reach a stop.

  • Move around on a bike
  • BiciMAD is the public bicycle service of the city of Madrid. The most practical, simple and ecological way to get to know the city thanks to the more than two thousand bicycles available. Specifically, the system consists of 2.028 bicycles, 4.116 anchors and 165 stations. In the mobile device, it has real-time information about bicycles and available stations, and it is also possible to register instantly by credit or debit card. It is convenient to check the BiciMad’s website for more information about the bicycle rental system.

  • Moving by train
  • Renfe has nine train lines that run throughout the Community of Madrid (the city of Madrid and nearby towns). The Atocha station is the key point from which all trains leave or pass. These circulate, except for exceptions previously reported by Renfe, daily between 05:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. The train is one of the best options to travel to nearby towns to the capital and make excursions (Sierra de Guadarrama, Monastery of El Escorial, Aranjuez, etc.).

    See the Madrid suburban map



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