Information about transport


  • You can buy a single ticket for 1.50 euros or a 10-journey pass for 12.20 euros. To go to the airport, a supplement of 3 euros must be paid.
  • Map of the metro

Renfe Suburban Trains (Cercanías Renfe)

Tourist ticket

A tourist ticket allows you to use all public transport in the Madrid Region as many times as you wish on the days for which it is valid (1,2,3,4, 5 or 7 days). You can choose one of two zones: Zone A, which is more restricted, or Zone T, which is more extensive. For prices, where to buy and other information consult:   Billete Turístico website.


A single bus ticket costs 1.50 euros and a 10-journey pass 12.20 euros. They are valid inside zone A of the Madrid Metro network and line 1 of the Light Metro (Metro Ligero). An Airport Express ticket costs 5 euros and you can buy it on the bus.

To find out more about the lines, the recommended routes and the waiting times for buses in Madrid consult the website Autobuses de Madrid


Tourist Information about Madrid

For detailed information about the different quarters in Madrid, where to eat and drink, which museums and monuments to visit, its entertainment centres, park and gardens, where to shop please consult.

For more information go to:

Tourism in Madrid official website

Tourist Map of Madrid


Useful contact numbers in Madrid

112: Telephone number, for all emergencies, health or otherwise. It is a free service and works anywhere in Spain or the European Union.

091: National Police in Madrid.

061: Free telephone line available throughout the Community of Madrid.

012: Citizen care line for general and specialised information about Madrid’s public services and how to do certain administrative tasks. This is not a free line.

Nearest healthcare centre: Centro de Salud Argüelles. Quintana, 11, 28008 (Madrid). Tel: 915590223

Nearest police station: Rey Francisco, 15, 28008 (Madrid).


Accommodation in Madrid

Camilo José Cela University is in the process of signing agreements with different accommodations.