How to get to the 3rd InsuResilience Global Partnership Forum
Arriving by Plane
The airport Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez (MAD) is located in the north-east of Madrid.
From Madrid-Barajas Airport to the Hotel Meliá Barajas
The hotel offers free, direct transfers from and to the airport. There is a shuttle bus stop at each terminal (T1, T2, T3 and T4) signposted “BUSES HOTEL”. The hotel shuttle bus bears the name: Hotel Melia Barajas and Hotel Tryp Alameda Aeropuerto. Just call 917 477 700 and tell the hotel at which terminal you are at and the closest minibus will and collect you. It takes you about 10 minutes to go the hotel.
Arriving by Train
There are two main train stations in Madrid. The biggest one is Puerta de Atocha (Atocha Cercanias) which serves the southern routes. The other station is Chamartin Station serving the northern part of Spain.
From Puerta de Atocha to the Hotel Meliá Barajas
Take the Intercity C3 or C4 and ride two stations (about 10 min) to Nuevos Ministerios. Change to metro line 8 “Aeropuerto T4” (6 stops). Get off at Barajas. Take the exit Av. de Logroño and walk south for about 10 min (750 m). The hotel is to your right.
By taxi: About 20-min drive (approx. 16km), between 24€-28€
From Chamartin Station to the Hotel Meliá Barajas
Take the Intercity C3 or C4 and ride one station (about 5 min) to Nuevos Ministerios. Change to metro line 8 “Aeropuerto T4” (6 stops). Get off at Barajas. Take the exit Av. de Logroño and walk south for about 10 min (750 m). The hotel is to your right.
By taxi: About 15-min drive (approx. 12km), up to 20€
Directions from the COP25 Event Location (IFEMA – Feria de Madrid) to the Hotel Meliá Barajas
Take the bus 112 “Bº Aeropuerto” and get off at the station Ermita Virgen De La Soledad. Depending on the station you get in the bus, it is between 1 and 3 stops. Walk north for about 5 min (400 m) and the hotel will be to your left.
By taxi: About 7-min drive (approx. 5km), up to 11€
Ticket prices for Madrid’s public transportation system vary between 1,50€ and 3,00€ depending on the number of stops and the mode of transport. You can buy tickets at vending machines or at “estancos”, little shops for tobacco. If you buy special tickets, e.g. a tourist ticket, you will get a Multi Card, a contactless, rechargeable, non-personal card for public transport. For more information, please go to this website.