Transfer from Barajas airport

The country's largest airport is in 12 kilometers to the north-east of the capital of Spain. The Madrid-Barajas connects the Iberian Peninsula (where most of the country is located) with the Canary Islands. The building was completed in 1928. Since then, it has taken the position of the main air hub of Spain.

Every year, Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport serves 40 million passengers, most of which are transported by Spanish airlines. Book a transfer from Barajas Airport to get the hotel after a long flight quickly.

Why do travelers book a transfer on
  1. Cost. Prices from carriers are the most profitable. If you find cheaper, we will refund the difference.*
  2. Security. Drivers are responsible for their passengers, so cars are tested every year.
  3. Select. Depending on the purposes of your trip, we recommend choosing the appropriate class of cars. For travel suits economy and minivan. For business meetings and business trips - business or premium class. A limousine is for events.
  4. Saving. Transfer allows you to save not only expenses, but also time on the way in public transport.
  5. Traveling is easy. After buying tickets and booking the hotel, do not forget to leave a request for

The Madrid-Barajas consists of 5 terminals. The first terminal accepts airplanes from all over the world, the second - flights from the Schengen countries. T4 is one of the largest in the world. Its area is 760,000 m². Sector 4 is for international transport. There are also T4S, satellite T4. T5 (executive terminal) accepts and sends charters. The arrival zone is located in sector 3. There is a free shuttle bus running around the airport, and T4 and T4S connects the underground passage.

Each terminal is equipped with the necessary infrastructure. This is Duty Free, and bank branches, as well as restaurants and cafes. In VIP-zones there are Wi-Fi access points, to which you can connect for free. In T2 and T4 there are pharmacies, medical centers and children's rooms.

Many travelers complete their vacation in Madrid. Therefore, on the way back many tourists have a question: how to get to Barajas airport from Madrid? There are several options for public transport: buses, metro, commuter trains. Express buses and trains run around the clock from the railway node Atocha. If to speak about underground, station Nuevos Ministerios and the airport are connected by 8th line. Taxis usually cost near terminals 1, 2 and 4. The service of passenger transportation in Spain is not cheap.

The most convenient way to reach the destination is by transfer. You will find the most attractive in terms of cost and conditions offers directly from carriers on