Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport is located around 30 minutes from the city center by public transport. The different options to go to the airport are:
- Subway: Line 8 (Nuevos Ministerios - Airport T4) linking the capital with Barajas International Airport.
- Bus: 24hour service from Atocha and from Cibeles (between 6:00a.m. and 11:30p.m.), stopping at the O'Donnell station (confluence with Doctor Esquerdo), T1, T2 and T4.
- Suburban train: Service between Principe Pío station and T4 Barajas with C1 line.
Additional information is available in www.esmadrid.com/avion-madrid
Madrid has two main train stations (Atocha and Chamartín Stations), both of them perfectly communicated with the hole Spanish territory. The two stations receive medium-an-long distance trains, high-velocity trains and local trains.
- Chamartín Station
Station schedule: 04:30a.m. to 12:30p.m.
Luggage schedule 07:00a.m. to 11:00p.m.
To arrive to Chamartín station, you can take Lines 1 or 10 and get off at Chamartín´s stop.
- Atocha Station
Station schedule: 05:00a.m. - 01:00p.m.
Luggage schedule: 05:30a.m. - 10:20p.m.
To arrive to Atocha station, you can take Line 1 and get off at Atocha Renfe´s stop.
Additional information is available in www.renfe.com
The technical secretariat has obtained Renfe’s discount authorization. To benefit from the discount, you must be registered at the congress. The document will send attached in the email confirmation of your registration. You can consult how to proceed with the purchase by clicking here.
Madrid South Station (Méndez Álvaro, 83)
Subway and suburban train: Méndez Álvaro (L6)
Phone: (+34) 91 468 42 00
América Station Avenue (América´s Avenue)
Subway: América´s Avenue (L4, L6, L7, L9).
Further information on the webside: www.esmadrid.com/como-llegar-autobus-madrid
Further information on the webside: www.esmadrid.com/coche-madrid
Madrid is the center of road communication in Spain. A large network of roads runs through the city, including six accessed of the national ones:
A-1. Madrid - Irún. Northern highway
A-2. Madrid - Barcelona. Aragón highway
A-3. Madrid - Valencia. Valencia highway
A-4. Madrid - Sevilla. Andalucía highway
A-5. Madrid - Badajoz. Extremadura highway
A-6. Madrid - A Coruña. A Coruña highway
Arterial roads and Ring roads
We must highlight the M-40, M-45 and M-50, which communicate with the outskirts. You can access to these roads, as well as M-30 by any of the national roads.