Travel and transportation
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How to get to the venue?
The nearest Metro station is called “Feria de Madrid”, where line 8 stops: Nuevos Ministerios - Airport T4 (the exit takes you to the South entrance of the venue) and connects IFEMA with Barajas-Adolfo Suarez´s Airport. You can access line 8 through the following stations:
- Nuevos Ministerios
- Mar de Cristal
Find more information by clicking here.
- Line 73: Diego de León - Feria de Madrid
- Line 112: Mar de Cristal - Quarter Airport
- Line 122: Avenida de América - Feria de Madrid
- Line 828: Universidad Autónoma - Alcobendas - Feria de Madrid - Canillejas
Nuevos Ministerios station has direct connection to the Line 8 of the subway.
IFEMA is connected to the main roads:
- M11 (exits 5 and 7)
- M40 (exits 5, 6 and 7)
- A2 (exit 7)
*The congress will be taking place in North Pavilion, 1st floor. If you are expecting to come in public transport, please note that it will take you approximately 10 minutes walking to get to North Pavilion from South Access (where Metro and buses stop).
From IFEMA NORTE to La Casa Encendida
The dinner will be taking place in “La Casa Encendida”, a building located near Atocha.
You can access there through Metro:
- Line 3 (Moncloa-Villaverde Alto): stopping in Lavapiés or Embajadores.
- Line 1 (Valdecarros-Pinar de Chamartín): stopping in Atocha.
The venue is also accessible by bus:
- Lines 27, 34, 36, 41, 119, C1 or C2.
As it is in city centre, it is accessible by bike or walking. Find the link to Google Maps by clicking here.
General info about public transportation
- There is a wide local bus, metro and rail network in Madrid. Moreover, electric bikes can be rented (www.bicimad.es), electric scooters (www.voiscooters.com) and cars (https://zity.eco/).
- You can purchase tickets at any metro station. Cash and cards are also accepted in buses. A price of one-way ticket is 1.50 euros. More info about tickets and fares here.
- Taxis are also widely available across the city, these are the most used taxi calling numbers: +34 915 47 85 00, +34 911 76 00 81 or + 34 913 71 21 31
- Madrid also counts with a wide availability of private car mobility such as Uber, Cabify or Bolt.