The airport is located 13km (8 miles) northeast of Madrid.
A free shuttle bus transfers passengers between the terminals
and the long-stay car park.
From the city centre and M30, go on the A2 (road to Barcelona)
and exit at km12.
INFORMATION AND HELP DESKS. Long- and short-term car parking
is provided at the airport with over 10,000 spaces. There
are five 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 the terminals. A Parking ‘Express’
facility, for short periods only, is located at Terminal 2
and dedicated long-term parking is also available; a free
shuttle operates between the long-stay car park and all three
terminals. There is also a VIP car park.
Money and communications:
There is a bureau de change, a post office and a bank in the
terminal. Photocopiers, photo booths, change machines, and
ticket machines are also available. There is a 24-hour bank
in Terminal 1.
Eating and drinking:
The airport has a selection of bars, including a snack bar,
sandwich bar, cafe/bar, and restaurant.
The airport has a wide selection of shops. Shops are open
daily and include a bookshop, gift shop, perfume shop, and
leather goods shop including duty-free.
There are two left-luggage offices at the airport, in Terminal
1 and Terminal 2.
There are pharmacies, nurseries and a medical service centre
in Terminal 1. Travel agencies and tour operators are also
The airport is fully accessible to wheelchair users and all
airlines can provide wheelchairs upon request; passengers
should request this service when booking their ticket. There
are reserved car parking spaces for disabled travelers.
Hotels close to the airport include the Hotel Barajas (tel:
91 747 7700), Alameda (tel: 91 747 4800) and Diana Tryp (tel:
91 747 1355).
Car Rental Madrid Airport Spain