How to get around Madrid cheaply and easily?

How to get around Madrid cheaply and easily?

              Madrid is a spectacular city to get around by metro or bus. With 12 metro lines, 3 light rail lines, 1 branch line and 220 bus lines, it is very easy to get to any point in the capital. This also consists of a very flexible schedule since the services operate from 6 in the morning until 2 in the morning. The ideal way to transport yourself without limits along these routes is by buying a transport pass. This is a pass that enables unlimited trips for 20 euros per month or 200 euros per year. It is very easy to get through the Guru it app! Or you can purchase it through the official website of the Community of Madrid, which will send it to your home in between one and two weeks.  It can also be done in person at the Public Transport Card Management Offices. The passes are rechargeable, and this can be done in the blue machines that are at the entrance of all metro stations. 

             

Once you have purchased the transport pass, your trips around the city do not have limits since this beautiful city has plenty to offer. 

 

The Madrid metro has stops near the most popular universities:

  • Universidad Complutense: Metro; Line 6, Buses; 132, 133 and 82
  • Universidad Autónoma: Metro; Line 10, Buses; 714 and 827
  • Universidad Politécnica: Metro; Line 6, Buses; 133, 162, 624 and 658
  • Universidad Rey Juan Carlos: Metro; Line 12, Buses; 499, 519A, 522 and 516
  • Universidad Carlos III: Metro; Line 12, Buses; 428, 441, 442, 448 and 488
  • Universidad San Pablo CEU: Metro; Lines 3, 6 and 7, Buses; 2, 12, 44, 45 and C2
  • IED Madrid: Metro; Lines 2, 3, 5 and 10, Buses; 001, 1, 2, 133 and 147
  • IE Business School: Metro; Lines 7 and 10, Buses; 12, 27, 45 and 147
  • Universidad Francisco de Vitoria: Buses: 561, 561B and 657

 

Also, it has stops close to entertainment including cinemas, theaters, and museums, here we include the ones that are closer to the most visited things:

  • Cinemas:
      • Cines Embajadores: Metro; Line 3, Buses; 27, 78, 116, C1 and C2
      • Cine Callao: Metro; Lines 3 and 5, Buses; 001, 1, 2, 133 and 147  
      • Cine Capitol: Metro; Lines 3 and 5, Buses; 1, 2, 3, 133 and 147
  • Theaters:
      • Teatro Español Metro; Lines 1, 2 and 3, Buses; 002, 1, 6, 32, 51, 53, 6 and 65
      • Teatro Real: Metro; Lines 2, 5 and R ,, Buses; 1, 2, 35, 133 and 147 
      • Teatro Lope de Vega: Metro; 1, 2, 5 and R, Buses; 2, 17, 31, 32, 52, 74 and 146
  • Museums:
      • Museo Nacional del Prado: Metro; Lines 1, 2 and 3, Buses: 001, 1, 10, 14, 27, 28, 34 and 45
      • Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofía: Metro; Line 1, Buses: 27, 34, 59, 85, 85, C1, C2 and E1
      • Museo Arqueológico Nacional: Metro; Lines 2 and 4, Buses: 9, 14, 21, 27 and 45

 

I hope that the transport pass in Madrid will enrich your possibilities for education, fun and entertainment in this beautiful city.

If you would like more information, feel free to email us at faqs@guruitapp.com and we will be happy to assist you.