A single ticket allowing you a one-way trip inside one to seven zones. A return ticket allowing you return trip inside one to seven zones. Finally, you can also use your personal travel card or pass abono. There are different passes depending on your needs. Alternatively, you can purchase a Madrid Tourist Travel Pass , if you want to avoid the hassle of getting tickets every time or plan to use public transport frequently. In Madrid and the rest of the region, areas are numbered from A to E2 where A is the city center and E2 is the furthest area from the capital.
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These suburban Madrid trains cross the city center, and run frequently to small towns in the outskirts. If you plan to take the train to travel around Spain, you should definitely have a look at my complete guide on train travel in Spain. Trains normally run every 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the line. At weekends and in the evening they are less frequent, and you may have to wait up to 15 to 60 minutes, depending on the time. You can buy, for example, a single ticket or a Bonotren with ten trips.
Unfortunately, you can use the same transport tickets as you would for Metro and buses. On arriving at your destination you will need your ticket again in order to exit the train platform area. As I mentioned before, all the lines leave from or go through it. It is also a Metro station line 1 — light blue and many EMT buses stop here. The station is also well connected with 2 subway lines line 1 — light blue, and line 10 — dark blue stopping.
Nuevos Ministerios. It is also a very important transportation hub. Additionally, Metro lines 6 grey , 8 pink and 10 dark blue go through the station. Smaller than Nuevos Ministerios but also very well located in the city center. Lines C-1, C-2, C-7 and C stop here. Lines C-1, C-5, C-7 and C stop here. The subway station connects with line 6 grey. Alternatively, you can also read more about getting to Madrid by train from other cities in Spain. Consider purchasing a Renfe Spain Pass , if you are thinking about an itinerary around Spain using the train to move between cities.
Línea C-2 RENFE Cercanías de Madrid
Viajeros diarios en Renfe, en datos y gráficos
Plano Red Renfe Cercanías Mapa sin conexión (PDF)
C-10 (Cercanías Madrid)