Jeremy's Transportation Info & Tips for Madrid

With one of the best (if not THE best) public transportation systems in the world, Madrid is a joy to get around by day and night. I am from NYC, U.S.A so I guess anything is better than that mess (no offense to the New Yorkers out there but if you come to Madrid you will know what I mean ). I have set this page up to orient visitors as to their options for:

1) getting from the airport to the city and vice-versa.
2) moving around the city once you are here.
3) travelling from Madrid to other destinations within Spain or abroad.

** Special Feature - TAXI SMARTS - How not to get "taken for a ride"! CLICK HERE!

The 3 sections of this page are all very visual with loads of links to photos so you can get a good hold of what transportation is like here.  You can either scroll down the page and read it all, or jump to the section that interests you by choosing options 1), 2) or 3) above.


 

 

To get from the airport (Madrid Barajas) to  the city, as far as I see it visitors have basically 3(4?) decent choices:

1) Taking the Metro:

the of Madrid is amazing and I recommend it's use whenever possible. Line # click to see complete line trajectory will get you from the Airport to the city for 1.15 Euros. If you are going to be in Madrid for a few days, I would suggest you buy a 10 trip ticket for 5.35 Euros which is approximately $6.00 USD, as it will save you nearly half the cost and you are likely to use the 10 trips. You can share the 10 trip ticket (called a MetroBus) with anyone and as many people you like. You can buy the tickets at either the ticket booths and vending machines in the Metro itself or at the "Estancos" (tobacconists) throughout the city of Madrid.

Advantages and disadvantages of taking the Metro from the airport to town:
 
Advantages:
a) it's cheapooooooo!
b) no way you can get ripped off on the price of the trip
 
Disadvantages:
a) the Metro from the airport can only be picked up at the Domestic Terminal of the airport so you will have to make your way from the International Terminal to the Domestic one if you are coming from another country that is not Spain.
b) depending on where your accommodations are you may have to transfer Metro lines a few times.
c) if you have a lot of baggage it will be a tough trip lugging it around.
d) the Metro station that is closest to your hotel/hostel may not be very close at all and may require a bit of hiking.

Logical Conclusion: While the Metro may be a great and inexpensive way to get from the airport to the city, it is probably more fit for the young (and poor ) students and backpackers rather than families or other visitors to Madrid. If you want to take the Metro from the airport to the city, please check out my tips on the Metro and it's usage by clicking HERE.

Language Tip: Asking for Metro tickets in Spanish.

 
 
a) "One ten trip ticket please" = "Un Metrobus de diez por favor".
b) "A one way trip ticket please" = "Un Metrobus sencillo por favor".
 

*always remember to say "please"= "por favor".

The official website for the Metro of Madrid is online at www.metromadrid.es (in English and Spanish) and is VERY complete and useful. The official website for Madrid transportation information in general (Busses and Metro) is online at www.ctm-madrid.es (in English and Spanish). The website has excellent an extensive information on all aspects of public transportation throughout Madrid.


2) Taking a Taxi I don't care what you have heard before, a taxi from the airport to the city center should NEVER cost more than 25 Euros. and even that is a bit excessive. I have heard horror stories about taxi rip offs for this ride and it seems to be the norm here in Madrid these days. Depending on the traffic and the trajectory, you should be charged between 15 and 25 Euros for your ride from the airport. As of Jan. 1st 2002, there are no longer supplements for luggage (or anything else for that matter) but the airport supplement has gone up to 4 Euros. All in all you will pay what the  TAXI METER reads at the end of the trip + the 4 Euro supplement.
Advantages and disadvantages of taking a Taxi from the airport to town:
 
Advantages:
a) it is much faster than the Metro.
b) you will be dropped off right in front of your hotel or hostel.
c) you will probably not have to wait for a taxi as they are usually lined up by the hundreds at the terminal building waiting for passengers.
d) the ride is more comfortable than the Metro especially if you have baggage.
 
Disadvantages:
a) there is a danger of getting ripped off by the taxi driver Big Frown.
b) it is more expensive than the Metro or an airport shuttle.
 
If you take a cab from the airport, watch out for:
1) possible overcharging.
2) a few shady drivers who may try to convince you to go to a specific hotel (always expensive ones). Some drivers have deals with hotels whereas they get huge commissions on the tourists they bring in. 

Logical Conclusion: In a perfect world all taxi drivers would be honest but this is not the case. While taxis are a comfortable way to get to town from the airport, they also assume the most risk (rip offs).

** Special Feature - TAXI SMARTS - How not to get "taken for a ride"! CLICK HERE!

Use common sense and if you are thinking about taking a taxi for this ride, please see my "Getting around by taxi" section by clicking HERE.


Aerocity Airport Transfer, the best and cheapest way to town, click here for more
3) Taking an Airport Shuttle Service:  quickly becoming the best way to get from the airport to the city. Shared airport shuttle busses are comfortable, clean and pretty fast. Most of them have shuttle busses constantly doing routes form the airport to the city and you will not get ripped off either .
Advantages and disadvantages of taking an airport shuttle from the airport to town:
 
Advantages:
a) it is much faster than the Metro.
b) you will be dropped off right in front of your hotel or hostel.
c) very unlikely that you will get ripped off on the price of the trip
d) the ride is more comfortable than the Metro.
 
Disadvantages:
a) you may have to wait a little while for the shuttle (max. 15 minutes unless something really goes wrong). 
b) shared shuttles can be a bit slower than taxis because other passengers may be dropped off before you depending on the proximity of the respective drop-off points to the airport.

Logical Conclusion: As I mentioned above, probably the best way (quality-price) to get to town from the airport.

When you make your hotel or hostel reservation, check with your hotel to see if they have their own shuttle service or if they use or recommend a particular company. If you need to reserve your own shuttle, check out the following, they are very reputable and honest.
 
a) Aerocity (www.aerocity.com) - these guys are the leaders in their field and you really can`t go wrong here. Aerocity's airport shuttle service honest, reasonable priced and cheaper & safer than a taxi.

4) Taking the Bus:  although not recommended, there is a bus service that run between Barajas airport and the Plaza de Cólon every 10-15 minutes from 5:45am to 9:30pm. The trip takes about 30-45 minutes but can take up to an hour in heavy traffic. A one way ticket costs  2.50 Euros or approx. $2.30 USD). It is safe to take the bus daylight hours but is not a great idea at night nor in the wee hours of the morning. I personally almost got mugged years back on new year's day at 5:30am when I decided totake the bus from the Plaza de Cólon to pick up my mom and her boyfriend who were coming in on a flight early that morning, it was one of the scariest moments of my life Eek!. The problem is that the bus leaves from underneath the Plaza and last I knew it was very very poorly lit. I will not go into advantages nor disadvantages here since there are much better and safer ways to get to and from the airport.

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Moving around Madrid once you arrive is a true joy.

1) Walking!

Launch Mapster If you look at a map of the city of Madrid (click HERE or on the mini map at left for my interactive siteseeing map) you will easily realize that the city center (the touristic part) is easily walkable. I recommend this mode of transportation in the cooler months but if you are coming in the summer, the other forms of getting around that follow will be wiser choices since it gets HOT, HOT, HOT!

2) Getting Around Via the Best Metro on Earth 

MetroBus ticket, click to enlarge the of Madrid is amazing and I recommend it's use whenever possible. I would even say that the ticket at left is worth it's weight in gold but it hardly ways anything. You can click on the ticket or HERE to enlarge the image and get a front and rear view.

The above ticket (called a MetroBus) is valid for both the Metro and Municipal Busses. It can be purchased at either the ticket booths and vending machines in the Metro itself or at the tobacconists ("Tabacos" stores) throughout the city of Madrid. You can either buy a 10 trip ticket ("diez viajes") which can be shared with however many people as you like or a single use one ("sencillo").  A single one way ticket costs 1.15 Euros (about $1.45 USD) but if you are going to be in Madrid for at least a few days, I would suggest you buy a 10 trip ticket for 5.35 Euros which is approximately $6.00 USD. This will save you nearly half the cost and you are likely to use the 10 trips. Monthly "Abonos" (passes) are also available for long-term Metro and Bus users. 

As you use the ticket, the machines you pass it through at the turnstyles will mark the back of it with the time and date. Never throw away your ticket (even if you just used the last ride on it) because the ticket revisors can ask you for it and if you do not have a valid marked ticket you can recieve a fine of 20 times the value of a single ride or 19 Euros. This does not happen too often but you never know when it might. See my language tip below for asking for a ticket in the local tongue.

Click here for the big pictureThe success of the Madrid Metro is owed to it's simplicity and extensiveness and on top of it all, it is safe and clean. It is composed of 12 lines that cross at various points for transfers and reach just about every point of the city. Click HERE to open my interactive Metro map that you can use to orient yourself. With a quick look, it is simple to learn the Metro systemClick here for the big pictureeven before you come to Madrid. The lines are color and number coded and very easy to follow, plus, their is amazingly helpful info throughout the system on all platforms and in all metro cars.

I think they consider it industrial espionage to take photos inside the Metro and they can even confiscate your camera but I have taken the liberty of shooting a few interior pics of the Metro and adding descriptions to them. So, for your crash course on using the Metro click on the links below:

       MapMap               
                         
inside a Metro car        a bussier day              line maps in each car
   
ticket vending machines           mini line map stickers Metro ticket

The Metro runs from 6:00am to 1:30am and trains on most lines pass every 2-5 minutes. Only on major public holidays you may have to wait up to 15-20 minutes for a train.

Language Tip: Asking for Metro tickets in Spanish.

 
 
a) "One ten trip ticket please" = "Un Metrobus de diez por favor".
b) "A one way trip ticket please" = "Un Metrobus sencillo por favor".
 

*always remember to say "please"= "por favor".

Use common sense when on the Metro and watch out for:
1) possible pickpockets.
2) your stop as you may get distracted and miss it Eek!

The official website for the Metro of Madrid is online at www.metromadrid.es (in English and Spanish). A very useful website, they even have a tool for calculating the best route from one point to another. The official website for Madrid transportation information in general (Busses and Metro) is online at www.ctm-madrid.es (in English and Spanish). The website has excellent an extensive information on all aspects of public transportation in Madrid.


3) Busses: This section is divided up into 2 services, City Busses and Madrid Tour Busses.

a) City Busses; not too frequented by short-term visitors to Madrid, the bus system in Madrid is slower than the Metro but is efficient and clean. Most tourists do not use the busses due to the simple fact that the lines and system are harder to learn than the metro. The municipal busses in Madrid will generally look like the 2 below although the vast majority are red.

Click here for the big picture Click the images to enlarge them and see it "live in the streets". Click here for the big picture
Although not used as often by the short-term visitor to Madrid, there are also fleets of inter-urban busses which run to and from suburbs of the city. An inter-urban bus is pictured at right.
Click here for the big picture
 
In case you are a big bus fan, the city has it covered as well. The "Buhos" ("Owls") are a network of night busses that serve major routes in the city. They begin running at 12:00pm (midnight) when the normal city busses stop service and zoom around the city until 6:00am when the Metro and normal bus services begin again. The 20 night bus lines all originate from the Plaza de Cibeles at 12 midnight. "Buhos" leave every half hour on the half hour between midnight and 3:00am and every hour on the hour between 3:00am and 6:00am.

The bus ticket is the same as the Metro ticket and can be used for rides on either. Keep in mind that you can not buy a 10 trip MetroBus ticket on the bus itself, only a single one way ride. Plus, the biggest bill the driver is likely to accept is a 5 Euro bill but he/she may not even have (or want to give you) change for that so it is best to carry exact change.

By far the worst thing about the busses in Madrid are the drivers. Speedy and hard braking they may throw you for a loop if you do not hold on tight. Only someone who has experienced a Madrid city bus ride can understand what I am talking about.

The official website for Madrid transportation information (Busses and Metro) is online at www.ctm-madrid.es (in English and Spanish). The website has excellent an extensive information on all aspects of public transportation in Madrid.

b) Madrid Tour Busses;

Click to enlarge the photo There used to be quite a few city tour buss operators in Madrid but as of June 1st, 2001 there is only one game in town, "Madrid VISION". Click HERE or on the image at left to enlarge it. The city gave them the exclusive license to run the tours since they were the first to do so years back. A multilingual staff and resonable prices make this company a very good choice for seeing the city. They have 3 different comprehensive routes ("Historic", "Monumental" and "Modern" Madrid).

 

Click image to enlarge the bus

A one day pass goes for 12 Euros to get on and off the bus at the different sites as you wish. Children under 7 ride free. Also, riders from 7 to 16 yrs old and over 65 cost 6 Euros.  There is a suplement of 1.50 Euros on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

You can pick up a Madrid VISION bus anywhere along their routes but the best place to get one is in the Puerta del Sol.

I personally recommend Madrid VISION, especially in the hot summer months when walking the city can be killer. The bus is also a good idea for families with young (or not so young) children who may get tired of walking a lot, may save you that "moooooooooom, my feeeeeeeeeeeeeeet huuuuuuuuuuuuuuurt!" at every street corner. 


4) Using Taxis

Click here for the big pictureThe more expensive way to move around in Madrid (and any city for that matter), taxis are an option when you are out late at night in an area that is not near to where you are staying. Click HERE or on the image at left to see the taxi in all it's glory.
Taxi fares usually change yearly, click HERE or on the image at right to enlarge it and see the current fares in effect for 2002. 
If you use a cab in Madrid, watch out for:
1) possible overcharging.
2) if taking a cab from the airport, a few shady drivers who may try to convince you to go to a specific hotel (always expensive ones). Some drivers have deals with hotels whereas they get huge commissions on the tourists they "bring in".
Click to enlarge the photo

 

Click to get the big picture
As a general rule, keep an eye on the taxi meter. Click HERE or on the image at left to enlarge it.

If you feel you have been taken for "a ride" (no pun intended) and overcharged after using a taxi, you have the right to ask the driver for a "recibo oficial" ("official reciept") which you can later bring to the police or town hall to see if indeed you were ripped off (see my language tip below on how to ask for an official recipt in Spanish).

I have heard of taxi drivers giving tourists this "recibo oficial" but with a fake taxi licence number on it so you may want to take note of his license number (usually on the dash board) or the number on the outside ot his cab as well. Sometimes the drivers change the price (woops, read the meter wrong!) after you ask for an official reciept in order to save face, if this happens my advice to you is let it slide but get the reciept anyway. You can tell him it is for your taxes ("impuestos") to avoid any possible confrontations.

** Special Feature - TAXI SMARTS - How not to get "taken for a ride"! CLICK HERE!

Language Tip: Dealing with dishonest taxi drivers.

 
 
a) "Please give me an official reciept" = "Me da un recibo oficial por favor".
b) "It's for my taxes" = "Es para hacienda".
c) "Can you please turn the taxi meter on?" = "Por favor, ¿puede poner en marcha el taximetro"? or  "Por favor, ¿puede poner en marcha el contador?"
 

*always remember to say "please"= "por favor".


mini cooper5) Renting a Car: Ok, for those of you who are actually crazy enough to rent a car in Madrid (exempt are those who are driving around Spain), here is a list of the local car rental outfits in Madrid.

*Aerocity - Reservations: 900 713 583
website: www.aerocity.com
 
*Alcar - Reservations: (+34) 91 555 1010 / (+34) 91 597 0985
 
*Avis - Reservations:  (+34) 902 135 531 /  (+34) 91 90 013 5790.
Offices at Madrid Barajas Airport and the
Atocha and Chamartín train stations.
website: www.avis.com
 
*Budget Car Rental - Reservations: (+34) 91 402 1480
website: www.budgetrentacar.com
 
*Europcar - Reservations: (+34) 901 10 2020
Offices at Barajas Airport and also at
Atocha and Chamartín train stations.
Handicapped.qeuiped cars available.
website: www.europcar.com
 
*Hertz - Reservations:  (+34) 91 541 7086
Offices at Madrid Barajas Airport and Atocha and Chamartín train stations.
website: www.hertz.com
 
*Nacional Atesa - Reservations: 902 100 101
Offices at Madrid Barajas Airport.
website: www.atesa.es
 

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Getting out of town - as if you really need to

1) Flying: only one game in town for domestic and international flights, Barajas Airport (www.aena.es/ae/mad/homepage.htm).
*Airport info: (+34) 902 353 570 /  (+34) 91 305 8343 /  (+34) 91 305 8344 /  (+34) 91 305 8345 / (+34) 91 305 8346
*Up-to-date flight info at: www.aena.es/ae/mad/infovuelos.htm.
 
Airport Parking is open 24 hours and is secure (security guard and cameras on the watch). You may leave the car as long as you like.
*Per hour: 1.35 Euros or approx. $1.20 USD.
*24 hours: 11 Euros or approx. $10.00 USD.
*Monthly: 117.50 Euros or approx. $103.00 USD.
Note: if you are planning on parking the car for more than 10 days, the Monthly ticket will save you a lot of money over paying the daily fee for 30 days.

You can store your stuff in the bagage lockers in the terminals which are open 24 hours a day. The service costs  2.55 Euros or approx. $2.25 USD for the first day and from 2 - 15 days it will run you 4.45 Euros or approx. $3.90 USD per day for a big locker and 3.19 Euros or approx. $2.75 USD per day for a  small one. The bagage consignment only accepts Cash.

Most major airline central offices in Madrid are located in and around the Plaza de España area:
Air France
Address: Princesa, 1.
Tel:
(+34) 91 541 9681
web: www.airfrance.com
Air Lingus
Address: Gran Vía, 88.
Tel:
(+34) 91 541 4216
web: www.airlingus.com(¿?).
Air Europa
Address: Barajas Airport
Tel: (+34) 902 401 501
web: www.air-europa.com 
Air India
Address: Princesa, 1
Tel: (+34) 91 559 3771
web: www.airindia.com 
Air Portugal
Address: Gran Vía, 58.
Tel:
(+34) 91 542 2830
web: www.tap-airportugal.pt 
Alitalia
Address: Princesa, 1.
Tel: 900-100302
web: www.alitalia.it
American Airlines
Address: Pedro Texeira, 8.
Tel: (+34) 91 597 0739
web: www.americanairlines.com 
British Airways
Address: Serrano, 60.
Tel: (+34) 91 577 8489
web: www.britishairways.com 
Iberia
Address: Velázquez, 130.
Tel:
(+34) 91 411 1155
web: www.iberia.com 
Japan Airlines
Address: Serrano Jover, 1.
Tel: (+34) 91 542 1100
web: www.jal.co.jp/e 
KLM
Address: Gran Vía, 59.
Tel:
(+34) 91 547 8100
web: www.klm.com 
Lufthansa
Address: Cardenal Marcelo Spínola, 2.
Tel: info: (+34)
91 384 26 00 / reservations: 902 220 101
web: www.lufthansa.com/index_en.html 
Sabena
Address: Gran Vía, 88.
Tel:
(+34) 91 541 4808 
web: www.sabena.com 
SAS
Address: Gran Vía, 88.
Tel:
(+34) 91 547 1700
web: www.scandinavian.net 
Swissair
Address: Gran Vía, 84.
Tel:
(+34) 91 548 4394
web: www.swissair.com 
TWA
Address: Plaza de Colón, 2.
Tel:
(+34) 91 410 6007
web: www.twa.com 

2) Busses: the cheapest way to travel around Spain. A bit less comfortable than the train but often the faster and better choice when taking a route that has no direct rail line.

Most busses going to other cities/towns in Spain and international destinations leave from one of 2 stations: 

a) Estación Sur de Autobuses: by far the most utilized bus station in Madrid.
Méndez Alvaro, line click to see complete line trajectory
Tel: (+34) 91 468 4200 (from 6.30am to 12.00 midnight)
Amongst others, the bus companies Continental Auto and La Sepulvedana can be found at this station.
 
b) Estación Conde de Casal: just 2 metro stops north of Estación Sur de Autobuses on the same Metro line.
Conde de Casal, line click to see complete line trajectory
Fernández Shaw, 1
Tel: 91 551 72 00
Tel: (+34) 91 468 4200 (from 6.30am to 12.00 midnight)
Amongst others, the bus companies Auto Res , Enatcar/Alsa , Almeraya can be found at this station.

Depending on where you want to go, there are various bus companies:

 Destination  Bus Company (click the name for website)  Contact info
Alicante / Albacete Enatcar/Alsa - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 468 4200
Almería Almeraya tel.: (+34) 91 527 1294
Avila Larrea tel.: (+34) 91 530 4800
Badajoz / Cáceres Auto Res - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 551 7200
Barcelona Enatcar/Alsa - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 468 4200
Bilbao Getsa - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Burgos Continental Auto - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Cádiz / Córdoba / Sevilla SecorBus  - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 902 22 92 92
Cuenca / Castellón Auto Res  - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 551 7200
Ciudad Real Autommnibus tel.: (+34) 91 527 1294
Guadalajara Continental Auto - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Granada Continental Auto - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Jaén La Sepulvedana - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 530 4800
La Coruña / Lugo Intercar
León / Palencia / Valladolid Fernández-Res tel.: (+34) 91 551 7200
Málaga / Marbella Daibus- Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 468 5141
Orense / Pontevedra Auto Res - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 551 7200
Oviedo Enatcar/Alsa - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 468 4200
Pamplona Conda, Continental Auto - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Salamanca / Zamora Auto Res - (English and Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 551 7200
San Sebastián / Vitoria Continental Auto - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Santander Continental Auto - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Segovia La Sepulvedana - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 530 4800
Soria Conda, Continental Auto - Webs in Spanish,  tel.: (+34) 91 745 6300
Tarragona / Zaragoza Viajeros Aragón
Teruel Autocares Samar - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 468 4839
Toledo Galiano Continental
Valencia Autocares Samar - Web in Spanish tel.: (+34) 91 468 4839

RENFE Spanish Rail Information
3) Trains: fast, slow, long distance, local... Spain has them all.
There are 2 principal train stations in Madrid as well as 3 minor ones. You can pick up Cercanías trains at any of the 5 rail stations in Madrid but for long distance and international departures, only Atocha and Chamartía are used.
 
For info on all rail travel:
RENFE -"REd Nacional de Ferrocarriles Españoles" - is the Spanish national railway.
Information and reservations for all rail travel (normal and high speed)
Calle de Alcalá, 44
Tel: (+34) 902 24 0202
Sevilla or Banco de España, line
click to see complete line trajectory (note: these Metro stations will be closed for renovation until Sept. 2001).
Comprehensive website in both English and Spanish at:
www.renfe.es/ingles/index.html
 
Train Stations in Madrid:
 
a) Atocha Train Station
(Estación Puerta de  Atocha)
Glorieta del Emperador Carlos V
Tel: (+34) 91 563 0202
Atocha Renfe, line
click to see complete line trajectory

b) Chamartín Train Station
(Estación Chamartín)
Agustín de Foxá
Tel: (+34) 91 323 2121
Chamartín, line
click to see complete line trajectory

c) Príncipe Pío - Estación Norte - Cercanías only.
Paseo de la Florida, corner of the Cuesta de San Vicente.
Príncipe Pío,
line click to see complete line trajectory 

d) Recoletos - Cercanías only.
Paseo de Recoletos
Colón, line
click to see complete line trajectory

e) Nuevos Ministerios - Cercanías only.
Castellana corner Raimundo Fernández Villaverde.
Nuevos Ministerios,
line click to see complete line trajectory or line click to see complete line trajectory.

If you are thinking of taking a day trip out of Madrid to Alcala de Henares, Aranjuez, Avila, Chinchon, El Escorial, Segovia, Toledo or to the "Sierra de Madrid" (mountains), check out the Cercanías trains as they tend to be the cheapest, most comfortable and fastes way to go.

For information on prices, train schedules, destinations, etc you can call: (+34)  902 24 02 02 (in Spanish only). Or check out the Renfe Cercanías Madrid info website in English at http://www.renfe.es/ingles/empresa/cercanias/cercanias_madrid_horarios.html (highly recommended).


4) Renting a Car: Click HERE to go to my Car Rental section.


For more info & discussion on transportation in madrid (and all of spain) you may want to take a look at my "getting there y moving around" forum on my spain message board Big Fat Grin

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