Public Transport in Madrid Madrid’s public transport system is extremely efficient; it connects the city’s main interest points and is quite cheap, compared to other European cities. Bus Madrid has a fleet of 2,000 buses for over 200 different lines. Discover the lines, routes, schedule and bus tariffs. Read more Madrid Metro Madrid Metro is one of the longest metro networks in Europe. It is the fastest and most efficient way of getting around the city. Info on its fares and map. Read more Cercanías Madrid’s commuter rail service called Madrid Cercanías connects various parts of the city and the main towns in the Community of Madrid. Read more Madrid City Tour The Madrid City Tour is the official sightseeing bus in Spain’s capital. Choose one of its two routes to discover the city’s main landmarks. Read more Taxis The taxis in Madrid are comfortable and inexpensive. Find out about the taxi tariffs, taxi telephone numbers and our tips as not to get misled. Read more Electric bikes The eco-friendly public electric bikes called BiciMAD are an ideal option to get around Madrid, especially for short rides around the city center. Read more Tourist travel pass If your hotel is not in the city centre, you might want to check out Madrid’s tourist travel pass in our article on money saving tips to make the most of your holidays in Spain’s capital. You may also be interested in Chamartin Train Station Chamartin Railway Station is the second most important train station in Madrid, after Atocha. It connects the capital with the north-west of Spain. Bus Madrid has a fleet of 2,000 buses for over 200 different lines connecting practically all corners of the city. The bus line network spreads 1,864 miles (3,000 km) with over 10,000 stops.