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Participants may collect a free public transit pass when they collect their accreditation at the IFEMA UN counter. The 5-day Tourism Pass (Abono Turistico) for Zone A covers the City of Madrid and and is renewable twice, ensuring free travel throughout the Summit, from December 2 to 13.
Users may renew their passes for free at one of three sales terminals installed at IFEMA.
The Tourism Pass is for individual use only and allows for an unlimited number of trips within the regular transport system inside Zone A (Madrid Metro System, EMT urban buses, Line One of the Light Urban Train (Tren Ligero) and Cercanías RENFE train system.
COP25 is held in Madrid, the capital of Spain. To. The city is reachable via public transport including plane, train and bus.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas International Airport receives all commercial flights arriving in Madrid. Barajas is located 12 kilometres northeast of the capital and has a direct metro connection with IFEMA, the venue where COP25 will be held.
Spain has a wide network of high-speed trains (AVE) connecting Madrid with different Spanish regional capitals, such as Barcelona and Seville, as well as an extensive network of long-distance trains, including connections with France and Portugal.
The two main stations are Atocha and Chamartín, which have underground metro connections to IFEMA.
Renfe Operadora provides rail transport services in Spain. This is their website.
Madrid is the centre of Spain’s road network. Distances between the capital and the rest of the capital are measured rom the popular Kilometre 0, located in Puerta del Sol, in the city centre.
There are several bus companies that travel to Madrid from different parts of the peninsula and abroad. The two main stations are Estación Sur Méndez Álvaro and Avenida de América. Both have a connection with Metro de Madrid to go to the COP25 venue.
COP25 will is held at IFEMA Feria de Madrid, covering 100,000 square metres, divided into six pavilions and a convention centre.
Underground / subway
The nearest metro station is Feria de Madrid, on Line 8.
The exit leads to the South Entrance of IFEMA, easily accessible on foot.
This metro line directly connects the COP25 venue with the four terminals of the Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport. In addition, this line has three more stations that allow easy access to the city:
Mar de Cristal
Check the Madrid Metro website for timetables and routes.
Madrid has a regional railway network that runs through the city and connects with the municipalities of the Community of Madrid. This network is known as Renfe Cercanías.
Nuevos Ministerios station has a direct connection from the Cercanías network to Metro Line 8, which in turn stops at the COP25 venue: Feria de Madrid.
Check the mobile application Renfe Cercanías, available for download at this link.
Get to the venue on the following bus lines, run by the Municipal Transport Company (EMT):
Line 73: Diego de León - Feria de Madrid
Line 112: Mar de Cristal - Barrio del Aeropuerto
Line 122: Avenida de América - Feria de Madrid
Line 828: Universidad Autónoma-Alcobendas-Feria de Madrid-Canillejas.
Check EMT website for routes
EMT also has a mobile application that can be downloaded via this link.
MMadrid has an extensive public transport network that includes, among other options:
Metro de Madrid, a quick way to get around and get to know the main points of the capital,
Urban and interurban buses, which are distributed throughout the city and connect it with the rest of the municipalities of the Community of Madrid.
Renfe Cercanías railway network, train lines with stations within the city that connect with the different municipalities in the Madrid region.
All information on public transport is available on the website of the Madrid Transport Consortium: https://www.crtm.es