Barajas, Madrid

The Madrid-Barajas Airport is strategically located just 12 km from the city centre. It has four terminals, and it is possible to transfer between terminals using buses that are free for all passengers.

Terminal 4 is divided into T4 and T4S (Satélite). You can transfer between them using the APM, an automatic, underground train with an approximate journey time of four minutes.

1) Bus
When you leave the Barajas Airport, you should keep in mind the arrival terminal.
If you arrive at the T4, you have the following buses to take you to the city centre:

Line 204, Avenida de América
Line 827, Tres Cantos-Metro de Canillejas
Line 828, Universidad Autónoma-Recintos Feriales

If you arrive at T1, T2 or T3, you can use:
Line 101 Canillejas-Aeropuerto-Pueblo de Barajas
Line 200 Avenida América- Aeropuerto
Line 822 Coslada – Aeropuerto.

For more information, visit EMT

2) Metro
The metro is still the quickest, most effective transport for arriving at the city centre. It is easy to use from any of the terminals. The entrance is located on the first floor of the T4 and the first floor of the T2 in the connection corridor with parking lot P2.

There are various types of tickets and a fare called “Servicio Especial” from the Aeropuerto T1, T2, T3 and Aeropuerto T-4 stations. For travellers using a Transport Pass or Tourist Travel Pass, it is not necessary to pay this special fare.

One-way Metro Ticket + Supplement. 4.5€-5€
This ticket allows you to take the metro between any Metro Madrid station within fare zone A and the Aeropuerto T1, T2, T3 and Aeropuerto T4 stations.

For more information, visit EMT

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3) Taxi
Travelling to the city centre by taxi is the most convenient and the most expensive option. To take a taxi, you must go to the designated taxi stop located at the exits of each one of the terminals.

Taxi fare to the city centre from the airport can oscillate between 30 to 35 Euros, including all normal supplements, the minimum fare, airport supplement, etc. In addition, all taxis have a fare list that is normally located on any of the windows of the vehicle.
For more information, visit
Servitaxi Madrid

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