Centro Deportivo Municipal Concepción

Address: Calle José del Hierro 5, 28027 Madrid

Metro Station: Barrio de la Concepción (Line 7), Quinatan (Line 5) or  Pueblo Nuevo (Lines 5 & 7)
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IE Business School

Address: María de Molina 31, 28006 Madrid

Metro Station: Gregorio Marañón (Lines 7 & 10)

Metro Station: Avenida de America (Lines 4, 6, 7 & 9)





Madrid has a world-class public transportation system. Costs of the metro journey depend on the number of used stations, being the maximum 5 euro. A single journey on bus costs EUR 1.50. The Metro is open from around 06:30am to around 01.30am daily (including weekends) and is an extremely fast and efficient way of getting around Madrid. Please note that taking the Metro from Barajas Airport incurs a supplementary fee of EUR 5.00.  www.metromadrid.es

For those coming to Madrid by train, you will probably arrive into Estación de Madrid Atocha, which is centrally located.

Madrid also has its fair share of licensed taxis. These are highly recognizable as every one of them is a white car with a red diagonal stripe across the side. Taxis in Madrid are less expensive than other European cities (e.g. London, Paris…) but we would recommend using the metro or bus where possible. The journey from the airport to the city centre costs 30€ (taxi flat fare) or 15€ (Uber, approx.)