Bus express aeropuerto madrid

Bus express aeropuerto madrid

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Madrid has a transport service that connects the city centre with Barajas airport. The line runs 24 hours a day, every day of the year (with reduced timetables 24, 25 and 31 Dec and 1 Jan) with departures from Atocha station during daytime (6:00 – 23:30 h) and Cibeles station during daytime and nighttime (23:30 – 6:00 h). This service is of great benefit to people with night flights.

The bus, called «Exprés Aeropuerto», takes about 30 minutes (to T1, five more minutes to T2 and five more to T4). It is 15-20 minutes by day and 35 minutes by night. The price of the ticket is 5 euros. You can pay on the bus itself in cash (maximum exchange rate: 20 euros) or with contactless technology (contactless) with a bank card or mobile phone.

This special line is easily identifiable by its yellow colour. The buses have modern luggage racks to make the journey as comfortable as possible. Any type of luggage (suitcase, trolleys and travel bags) weighing less than 23 kilograms, and shape and size allowed in the standards of Civil Aviation can be carried. The luggage must be placed in such a way that it does not represent a danger for oneself and the rest of travellers. The transport of luggage does not involve any additional fee, it is included in the ticket price. The buses have a rear bike rack with rails and anchors for two conventional bicycles.

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Madrid has a transport service that connects the city centre with Barajas airport. The line runs 24 hours a day, every day of the year (with reduced timetables 24, 25 and 31 Dec and 1 Jan) with departures from Atocha station during daytime (6:00 – 23:30 h) and Cibeles station during daytime and nighttime (23:30 – 6:00 h). This service is of great benefit to people with night flights.

The bus, called «Exprés Aeropuerto», takes about 30 minutes (to T1, five more minutes to T2 and five more to T4). It is 15-20 minutes by day and 35 minutes by night. The price of the ticket is 5 euros. You can pay on the bus itself in cash (maximum exchange rate: 20 euros) or with contactless technology (contactless) with a bank card or mobile phone.

This special line is easily identifiable by its yellow colour. The buses have modern luggage racks to make the journey as comfortable as possible. Any type of luggage (suitcase, trolleys and travel bags) weighing less than 23 kilograms, and shape and size allowed in the standards of Civil Aviation can be carried. The luggage must be placed in such a way that it does not represent a danger for oneself and the rest of travellers. The transport of luggage does not involve any additional fee, it is included in the ticket price. The buses have a rear bike rack with rails and anchors for two conventional bicycles.

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La línea 824 tiene su origen en el Aeropuerto de Madrid Barajas y su destino es la localidad de Alcalá de Henares, pasando por Torrejón de Ardoz. Cuenta con dos paradas en la terminal 1, una en llegadas, T1 planta 0, y otra en salidas, T1 planta 1.

La línea 824 tiene su origen en el Aeropuerto de Madrid Barajas y su destino es la localidad de Alcalá de Henares, pasando por Torrejón de Ardoz. Cuenta con dos paradas en la terminal 2, una en llegadas, T2 planta 0, y otra en salidas, T2 planta 2.

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You can get from Barajas Airport to Madrid by bus, train, metro, or taxi. Buses will take you to different points of the city (depending on the route) in 40 minutes and for EUR 5. A journey by metro will take up to 20 minutes – the route is Madrid Airport-Nuevos Ministerios station (EUR 1.5-2 for a ticket). RENFE train will get you to the city in 25 minutes and for EUR 2.6. Besides, you can also get from Madrid Airport to the city centre in less than 25 minutes by taxi – the journey cost is from EUR 37. The approximate direct distance between Airport and Madrid city centre is 13 km, and about 18 km – by the route.

Public transport in the capital of Spain is available from early morning until late at night, but not 24/7, though this travel option is the cheapest. There is usually no problem buying tickets in case you speak English. Note that on buses tickets can be bought from the driver, and on metro you can buy a travel card only with the help of special machines (it is advisable to have some change with you). At nighttime, it is more comfortable to get to the city centre by taxi.

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