MAD

Madrid Adolfo Suarez-Barajas

About The Airport

Madrid-Barajas is Spain's largest and busiest airport, and one of the biggest in Europe. It has 4 passenger terminals, the newest of which (T4) was designed by architects Richard Rogers and Antonio Lamela, and won the 2006 Sterling Prize.

TERMINAL INFORMATION

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Free unlimited Wi-Fi is available all around the airport. To use it, you need to register via email or social media.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

Barajas Airport is 13km from Madrid city center.

Taxi - taxis pick up from outside the Arrivals area of all terminals. Travelers are advised to only use official taxis, which are white with a red stripe.

Bus - local and long-distance buses run from the airport to central Madrid, nearby towns and other parts of Spain.

Train - running from a station at T4, the Renfe Cercanias rail service connects the airport with locations across Madrid. There's also a metro link to the city, with one station for T1, T2 and T3 and another one for T4.

Hotel shuttle - there are free airport shuttles to many nearby hotels, including the Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas, TRYP Madrid Alameda Aeropuerto Hotel and Meliá Barajas.

Car rental - car rental counters are in T1 (Floor 0) and T4 (Floor -1).

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Parking

The airport has 7 parking lots; there's short-term parking at T2, and VIP parking at each terminal. The long-term parking lots are served by free shuttle buses to the terminal buildings - the journey generally takes around 5 minutes.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

A free 24-hour bus service connects terminals T1, T2, T3 and T4. There's also an Automatic People Mover which connects T4 with its satellite T4S. The journey takes just 3 minutes.

Air Rooms guest rooms are in T4 on Floor 1, before Security. They can be rented for a shower, day use or overnight.

Healthy Travel Tip

With its use of plentiful natural light, T4 provides a relaxing space for tired passengers

It makes use of natural materials too: take a look at the unusual bamboo ceiling supported by yellow pylons.

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