Estaciones de autobuses

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Services available for people with:

Movilidad reducida

Reduced mobility

Discapacidad visual

Visual disability

Discapacidad auditiva

Hearing impairment

Discapacidad cognitiva

Cognitive impairment

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Other accessibility needs


Madrid connects by road through bus lines with the entire Peninsula, Europe and North Africa.

The Méndez Álvaro station (South station) is the one that gathers the most traffic in the entire capital. His pace is frenetic almost at any time of day. Next to it, the Avenida de América station is the first point of reference that many travelers have as soon as they set foot in Madrid.

Moncloa is a transport interchange in Madrid where a station of lines 3 and 6 of the Madrid Metro converges and houses an underground bus terminal. It currently operates as the main public transport interchange to communicate the municipalities located along the La Coruña highway (A-6) with the capital, connecting the intercity bus lines with the EMT buses and lines 3 and 6. of Madrid Metro.

Avenida de América is a transport interchange in Madrid where a station for lines 4, 6, 7 and 9 of the Madrid Metro and a terminal station for urban, interurban and long-distance buses converge. The EMT lines that serve the airport, the district of Barajas and Campo de las Naciones stop at level -2 of the Avenida América interchange. The Avenida América interchange also provides long-distance bus services, mainly with cities in the north of Spain. The docks of these bus lines are located on level -1.

The main companies operating in Madrid are:

ALSA: Its bus network covers most of Spain. It also reaches several cities in Morocco and some European countries (Germany, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Slovakia, France, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Luxembourg, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Switzerland and Ukraine).

SOCIBUS: Travel to and from Seville, Cádiz, Córdoba, Huelva and Jerez de la Frontera.

AVANZA BUS: Offers lines that connect Madrid with Badajoz, Benavente, Cáceres, Castellón, Cuenca, Mérida, Orense, Pontevedra, Salamanca, Valencia, Vigo, Zamora and Lisbon (Portugal).