Transport

Transport

How to get to Madrid
The capital is connected by air to the main European and American cities, and by road and train to all Spanish cities. Barajas Airport (with 4 Terminals at different distances from the city centre) is located 15 minutes by light train from the city centre and the two main train stations, Atocha and Chamartín, are situated on both ends of the Castellana. There is also a large taxi fleet, who’s prices are also very reasonable. The journey from Barajas airport to the city centre comes to around 25 euros.

To plan your trip to Madrid, you can visit: www.esmadrid.com
To check on airlines and flight information, you can visit: www.aena.es

Public Transportation
The Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid offer to all AISEP 2015 congress delegates a 30% discount with Madrid Tourist Travel Pass that will allow you to move around the city in a swift and low-cost way to get around Madrid. Limitless travel on all metro lines, suburban trains and buses. And it also includes the airport fee!!.Buy online and exchange the voucher at the redemption point at the airport terminal 2 or terminal 4.

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