List of Spanish Airports
When travelling to Spain by air it is always handy to be able to view the facilities
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Madrid Barajas Airport is one of Europe’s busiest airports, serving the Spanish capital a short distance to the south-west, and the surrounding region. It’s approached by road from Madrid along the A2 road connecting Madrid to Barcelona, and there’s a rail link by the RENFE trains along the C1 connection between Terminal 4 and Prinicipe Pio station in the city centre. It’s about a 40-minute journey, and the fare is €2.15. There’s a RENFE office in Arrivals at Terminal 1, which provides information and ticket sales for the national rail net.
The airport is also linked to the city by the Madrid Metro, a 12 minute journey costing around €2, and by Terravision shuttle bus service, which makes a 20-30 minute journey to the city centre and costs around €8. There are also several Madrid and intercity bus services, and taxis are available to hire outside the terminal. Fares into the city centre are typically about €20.
Madrid Barajas Airport has two banks in Terminal 2 and two more in Terminal 4, as well as Bureaux de Change and ATMs available throughout the airport and almost 100 internet points positioned throughout the terminals. Wi-Fi internet is available in VIP lounges and restaurant areas. There are over 30 bars, restaurants and cafes, distributed throughout the terminals, and over 100 shops, including duty free for passengers leaving the EU. Pharmacies are located in Terminals 1, 2 and 4 and there are first aid stations in Terminals 2 and 4. The airport is fully accessible to wheelchair users and also has nurseries, a children’s playground and a chapel.
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