Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport
Located 12 km (7.5 miles) northeast of central Madrid, it is the largest in Spain and one of the largest and busiest in Europe. It has 4 terminals open 24 hours and connected to each other by free buses and an automatic underground train. It has vip and business areas, financial facilities, ATMs, 24-hour currency exchange offices, postal, fax and photocopier services, plugs for electrical devices, public telephones, internet kiosks and free Wi-Fi access. On the ground floor of Terminal 1 and on levels 0 and 2 of Terminal 2, there are meeting rooms. A wide variety of restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and bars are distributed throughout the terminals. There are duty free shops, convenience stores, sweets, tobacco, jewelry, fashion and accessories, perfumes, cosmetics, electronics, sports, souvenirs, and newspapers. The airport is very well connected with the entire city, its surroundings and also with other cities in Spain through the metro, city buses, shuttles, commuter trains, intercity and long distance services, taxis and even private services such as Uber or Cabify. .