Transportation in Madrid
By public transport
You need a ticket for the train, buses and metro.
One option is the turist card. The information about it in: http://crtm.es/billetes-y-tarifas/otras-tarjetas/turistica.aspx?lang=en
If your hotel is far, a good option will be: A Turist card (“Tickets for zone A” for 3 days).
|Zones||1 day||2 days||3 days|
|A||8,40 €||14,20 €||18,40 €|
Another option is the “multi-card”
Or, a singular ticket.
Madrid still has a long way to go to become a sustainable bike-friendly city. Apart from a small number of bicycle lanes that cross the centre of town, the best place to cycle is the Anillo Verde or ‘Green Ring’, a 64-kilometre-long cycle lane that encircles the urban centre and is mostly paved and separated from motor traffic.
If you want to hire a bicycle you can use a travel agent or tour company or find a shop or place where the service is available like Bicicum or Matadero de Madrid.
A PUBLIC BIKE OPTION IS: https://www.accessiblemadrid.com/en/blog/bicimad-public-bike-rental-service-madrid
Radio Taxi Independiente: 914 05 12 13.
Radiotelefono Taxi: 915 47 82 00.
Servitaximadrid: 913 45 12 46.
Taxi Mercedes Madrid: 91 593 20 20.
Tele Taxi: 913 71 21 31.