How to get

The most common way to travel to Salamanca from another country is to fly first to the Madrid International Airport, called Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas.

Spanish airlines: AENA (http://www.aena.es).

FROM MADRID Barajas AIRPORT

OPTION 1

You can travel to Salamanca from Barajas directly by bus. The bus company is AUTO-RES: http://www.avanzabus.com/

Madrid-Salamanca Airport: 2 hours 45 minutes, Express Service. One way: 25.95 EUR. Round trip: EUR 42.20.

OPTION 2

To catch a train (Chamartín Station) or a bus (Auto-Res Station, in Méndez Álvaro), you can take a taxi (approx. EUR 23, between 15 and 30 minutes) or use the metro or suburban trains (between € 3 and € 6 from the airport, between 40 and 60 minutes). Information on schedules and rates is available at the following addresses:

-        Metro of Madrid: http://www.metromadrid.es/.

-        The Madrid bus company is AUTORES: http://www.avanzabus.com/

-        Another bus company that has national and international service is ALSA: https://www.alsa.es/

-        By train from Chamartín Station: www.renfe.com

BY TRAIN

Another option is to take a train from Lisbon, Irún / Hendaya or Port Bou / Cerbère (Spanish-French borders). If you arrive at Atocha station of Madrid, from there you can take a commuter train (Cercanías) to Chamartín, which leaves from track 1.

 

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