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The Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, also referred to as Madrid-Barajas Airport, is located 12 km from Madrid’s city center. The airport is very easily accessible by taxi, rental car, and public transportation. Taking the train and metro are both convenient and quick transportation alternatives to access Madrid-Barajas Airport.
To get to the airport by metro from the city center you have to take metro line 8. This line starts from the Nuevos Ministerios Station and provides transportation to every terminal at the airport. This line takes between 12 and 15 minutes to reach the airport. The RENFRE train C1 line, which you can access from the Chamartin, Nuevos Ministerios, Atocha and Principe Pio stations, provides transportation to Terminal 4. The total trip time will vary depending on your location and which station you get on from. It takes 11 minutes to get to the airport from Chamartin and 38 minutes to get to the airport from Principe Pio.
Airport Express buses are another transportation alternative. These Airport Express buses depart from the Atocha Station. You can access Atocha Station from your location in the city using a different bus line or metro line. When calculating the duration of the trip take the varying traffic conditions into consideration, especially during rush hour. There are also regular public bus services that operate between the city and the airport. For more information on these bus routes please visit Madrid-Barajas Airport’s website.
Located 12 km from the city center, Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, also referred to as Madrid-Barajas Airport, is the main airport in Madrid, serving both international and domestic flights. Madrid-Barajas Airport consists of 4 terminals, Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and Terminal 4, which was built in 2006. Terminal 4 is the largest terminal in the airport and operates flights for many major airlines such as Turkish Airlines and American Airlines. It is an impressive structure with modern architecture that also features a satellite building, TS4. Terminal 1 is the airport’s oldest building and another major terminal. Many airlines take off and land at Terminal 1. Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are smaller in comparison to the others. Terminal 3 is dedicated to flights operated by Lagun Air. There is an airport shuttle bus that runs 24 hours a day, providing inter-terminal transportation.
Internet at the airport is free for the first 15 minutes. In Terminal 4 you can connect to the internet by paying a fee. In Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and Terminal 3 you can connect to the internet in the departure lounges, VIP lounges, and restaurant area.
There are various VIP lounges located at the airport. The La Revoltosa and Premium lounges at Terminal 4, La Revoltosa lounge in Terminal 4S, Cibeles lounge in Terminal 1, Puerta de Alcala lounge in Terminal 2, and Puerto del Sol lounge in Terminal 3 are accessible for those with a Priority Pass card. Apart from those there are 3 VIP lounges in Terminal 4 belonging to Iberia Airlines. Madrid-Barajas Airport offers passengers a rich variety of stores where they can go shopping. If you weren’t able to do as much shopping as you would have liked during your time in the city, you can easily make up for it at the airport.
There are many stores at the airport where you can buy various products such as duty free items, food, cosmetics, gifts, electronics, clothing, jewelry, and accessories. While the majority of the stores are located in Terminal 1 and Terminal 4 there are plenty of options in the other terminals as well. The airport is home to many brand name stores such as Adidas, Carolina Herrera, Sunglass Hut, Hugo Boss, Burberry, Massimo Dutti, Zara, and Michael Kors.
Madrid-Barajas Airport also offers passengers a range of eateries aimed at meeting their pre-flight and post-flight needs. If you want to get a bite to eat or something to drink before or after your flight you can go enjoy familiar venues such as Starbucks, Mc Donald’s, Burger King, Paul, and Lavazza. The airport also features various cafes and restaurants that serve delicious examples of international cuisine.Last Updated: 10 Jun 2019
Seville, the central and most important city of the Andalusian Autonomous Region in the south of Spain, is an inner harbor, thanks to the Guadalquivir River, although it is 87 kilometers away from the Atlantic Ocean. Wine, olives, mushrooms and fruits are exported from the city, which is the most important internal port of the country. There is an airport in Seville, which is also an important shipbuilding center. There are several alternatives to transport from the airport.
The most important means of transportation to be used on the way to the city from the airport which is 15 kilometers away from Armas Square (Plaza de Armas) in the city center is the buses. EA named buses carry passengers to Seville's center every half hour. During an average half-hour journey, the buses also come to the train station where the rail system lines, called AVE, are integrated. They work between 05.20 in the morning and 01.15 in the night.
At the Seville Airport, the taxis are located at the exit of all terminals. The taxis that you can take from here reach Armas Square in the city center in about 15 minutes. During this trip, which is not costly, you will pass through Seville Museum of Fine Arts, the coast of Guadalquivir, and the historic city center called Macarena.
Car rental is also an important alternative to travel in Seville and reach Seville from the airport. The airport has many international and national car rental companies’ offices. With the car you will rent from here you have to follow the road named Autovia del Sur in the west direction and reach Ronda Urbana. This road leads you to Juventudes Musicales Boulevard and Concejal Alberto Jimenez - Becerril Boulevard, which runs along the Guadalquivir River. The other side of the boulevard is Armas Square.Last Updated: 07 Jul 2017