Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport
Avenida de la Hispanidad, s/n.
28042 Madrid (Madrid)
Strategically located in the centre of Spain, 12 kilometres from Madrid city centre. This is Spain's busiest airport and an excellent hub for international connections, especially to Latin America and Europe.
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Information on accommodation near the airport
Information points and passenger assistance
Tour operators / Travel agencies
VAT refund offices
Children's play area, chapels, post office, chemist, etc.
Telephone: +34 913056096 +34 913338331 Fax: +34 913937230 Website: www.hertz.es
Enterprise Rent a Car
Telephone: +34 913937233 +34 917466060 Fax: +34 913937234 Website: www.enterprise.es
It has several public car parks: P1, P2 and P4 (at the T1, T2/T3 and T4 terminals, with 2,208, 4,437 and 8,748 spaces, respectively); an express short-stay car park (T2 terminal); a VIP car park for T4 terminal, one long-stay car park, two low cost car parks (located in the buildings of terminals T1, T2, T3 and T4) and one for motorbikes.
Free assistance for people with reduced mobility, and facilities and accesses adapted for the disabled.
Location and access
The price of the journey is €30 between the airport and Calle 30. There is no surcharge on this fixed rate and the maximum amount for the services hired remotely will not apply if the passenger is at the pick-up point at the agreed time. If the journey is less than 10 km and has not been hired remotely, the minimum cost is €20.
There are direct connections from Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4. Single tickets cost approximately €1.50. Airport surcharge: €3.
The C-1 railway line offers connections with several stations in Madrid, including Chamartín and Atocha, where passengers can transfer to long-distance and AVE high-speed trains. Trains run every 30 minutes. The ticket price is €2.60.
There is a 24-hour service between all the terminals and the Puerta de Atocha railway station. Several city and inter-city bus services run to the Avenida de América bus terminal and to various points around Madrid. The stops are located at Terminal 4 (lines 203, 827, 828 and long distance) and Terminal 1, 2 and 3 (lines 101, 200, 822 and 824). There is also a free bus service between terminals.
Access to Terminal 4 is via the southbound M-40 ring road, M-11, A-2 (towards Madrid and Zaragoza), A-1 (towards Madrid and Burgos) and the R-2 (M-50). Access to Terminals 1, 2 and 3 is via the M-40, M-11, A-2 (towards Madrid and Zaragoza), and the A-1 (towards Madrid and Burgos).
Connection between terminals
Free bus service between terminals. Journey time, in both directions, 40 minutes.
* For more information, check the Aena website