With the Public Transport Card issued by the Consorcio de Transportes de Madrid you will be able to move around the public transport system of Madrid. The Transport Card includes the use of the Metro network, the buses and the Short Distance Train (Cercanías) in the city.
With the transport card service, you will have the Madrid Public Transport Card ready upon your arrival to Madrid so you can have access to the public transport system since day one. We will get it ready and you will just need to send us in advance the following:
You will not need to worry about making an appoinment and waiting in endless queues as we will get it ready for you!
The transport card will let you move around Madrid for a fixed price that depends on your age and the areas that you will be moving to.
The Madrid Public Transport Card is the best way to move around Madrid if you don’t have a car here.
KM of Metro in Madrid
Metro Stations in Madrid
Buses in Madrid
KM of Short Distance Train (Cercanías)
The Transport Card grants you access to the Metro network, the bus lines and the short distance train known as Cercanías of Madrid. You can use it anytime you want to get to different parts of the city without having to pay extra.
There are different monthly prices depending on your age and the areas that you want to travel to. For people younger than 26 years, the fixed price is 20€ per month. More information about prices here.
With the transport card you can get to any area of the Community of Madrid that you desire. Whether it is by train, bus or metro, everything is connected and you will be able to get there!
The short distance train, also known as “Cercanías”, connects Madrid with its exteriors and other Autonomous communities.
It has 9 main lines with over 80 train stations around Madrid. The most popular are: Sorl, Atocha, Nuevos Ministerios and Príncipe Pío.
On a working day, the trains begin operating between 5:00 am and 5:30 am until midnight.
The buses in Madrid are regulated by the EMT which is a company that belongs to the Consorcio de Transportes. There are over 2000 buses that cover more than 3500 km in Madrid and it’s outer areas.
It is a great public transport option to move from the city to the outer towns.
The most important bus hubs in Madrid are in Moncloa, Avenida de América and Plaza de Castilla.
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