Getting to Madrid
Madrid’s airport Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas serves international flights from all over the world.
One can get to Madrid also by train from any of the major cities in Spain, Portugal and France.
Once in Madrid, the airport is connected to the historical centre by train, metro and bus. With a single ticket of five euro, one can get with the metro to Puerta del Sol in only 40 mins.
Alternatively, there is an Exprés Aeropuerto (Airport Express) shuttle which runs almost continuously. You can use the express to return to the airport from pick up spots in the city.
Transportation from the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport to the Congress Venue
The Madrid Marriott Auditorium provides a complimentary bus shuttle service to all guests.
Shuttle stops at the entrance to the Hotel Marriott Auditorium Hotel.
Please click here for full shuttle information and timetable.
Transportation to Madrid City Centre
Enjoy the complimentary shuttle to the airport (approximately 20-25 minutes) and from there take the Metro, to connect you to the city centre via Madrid Metro Lines.
With easy accessible taxi stands at the hotel and nearby, a ride from the hotel to Madrid City Centre for 4 people costs approximately 20-25 Euros, but may vary dependent on traffic.
Getting Around in Madrid
Madrid has wonderful public transportation and the second largest metro network in Europe. One can get around using the Metro, bus, bike or taxi. More information here.