Madrid’s Barajas airport lies 12 km northeast of the city. While all airlines conduct check-in at the airport’s departure areas, some allow check-in at the Nuevos Ministerios metro stop and transport interchange in Madrid itself. This way you can to check your luggage in early, take the metro to the airport without any baggage and avoid queues at the airport.
Madrid is well-connected to cities and towns across Spain. It also has a few international trains operating here. High-speed Tren de Alta Velocidad Española (AVE) services connect Madrid with Seville (via Córdoba), Valladolid (via Segovia), Toledo, Málaga and Barcelona (via Zaragoza).
Estación Sur de Autobuses is Madrid’s main bus station. Most bus companies have a ticket office here, even if their buses depart from somewhere else. Eurolines in conjunction with local carriers all over Europe, is the main international carrier connecting Spain to cities across Europe and Morocco from the Estación Sur. Within Madrid, buses operated by Empresa Municipal de Transportes de Madrid travel along most city routes between about 6.30 am and 11.30 pm. Twenty-six night-bus routes operate from midnight to 6 am, with all routes starting from Plaza de la Cibeles.
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