Madrid is the capital and the biggest city of Spain. It's both the capital and the autonomic province. The city has the population of 5.5 million of people. Though Madrid has a rich and interesting history, nowadays it's first of all associated with challenging and busy life. Madrid is often called 'the city of festivals' and 'the city of exhibitions'.
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Airport Address: Madrid Barajas Airport, 28042 Madrid, Spain
Distance and Location: The airport is located 12km (8 miles) northeast of Madrid
Airport Website: www.aena.es
Airport E-mail: email@example.com
Airport Telephone: (91) 913 936 000 or 913 058 345/342
Country Code: 34
Time Zone: GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October)
Total Number of Terminals: 4
Moving between Terminals: A free shuttle bus transfers passengers between the terminals and the long-stay car park. The new terminal building (T4) is linked to the satellite building (T4S) through an automated passenger transport system (APM). There is also a free shuttle bus which connects T4 with the rest of terminals (journey time: 10 minutes).
Car Parking Info
Long- and short-term car parking is provided at the airport with seven public parking areas. P1 is an outdoor car park located in front of the terminal building; P2 is an indoor car park with direct access to terminals T2 and T3. A Parking “Express” facility, available for short periods only, is located at Terminal 2 and dedicated long-term parking is also available with 2,866 spaces; a free shuttle operates between the long-stay car park and all terminals. There is also a VIP car park.
Driving by car from/to Madrid
From the M40 (ring road), go on the A2 (road to Barcelona) and take exit 12 to the M-14.