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Madrid Barajas Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe. It serves as a hub for travel to the capital of Madrid and also to the Castile Leon region of Spain. When you arrive at the airport one of the first things you’ll notice is the abundance of people. It is very, very busy. One way to avoid some of the queues is to book your car hire in advance. You can use Car Rentals Network to compare all of the cheap car rental companies in the airport and book the best deal available for your holiday to Madrid.

 

Madird Airport - The Facts

 

• Madrid Airport’s Terminal 4 is the largest terminal in Europe and the second largest terminal in the world, second only to Hong Kong’s Terminal 1

• More than 45 million people use the airport each year

• The terminal has been designed with travellers in mind. It has been built in ambient surroundings and uses natural light to help reduce stress in its passengers

• Madrid is a popular change over for flights from Europe to South and Central America • The airport is ranked number 11 in the world in terms of passenger number

• You can fly to more than 150 destinations from Madrid Barajas Airport including cities in the UK, Europe, Asia and America

 

Madrid Airport -A ShortGuide

 

The airport is in the top 5 of the busiest airports in Europe and is quite simply huge. There are more than enough routes to continue your journey both nationally and internationally, and the airport is home to an incredible number of facilities and services for both the general holidaymakers and business travellers. You can travel with more than 80 airlines including British Airways, Easyjet, Bulgaria Air, Cubana airlines, American Airlines, Thai Airways, Swiss International and plenty more, flying to a broad range of destinations like Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, Bangkok, Liverpool, London, Seoul, Sofia and many other cities and resort towns all over the world. The most popular route is Madrid to Barcelona.

From the airport you can go forward either by flying on a connecting flight, rail, bus, taxis and of course by rental car. If you’re arriving at night, we suggest you pre-book a car rental, or if you prefer take one of the night busses into central Madrid - known as “Buho” or Owl which stops right outside the airport. If you’re opting for a rental car in Madrid, then you can find car rental desks in terminals one and four. There are a variety of rental companies including Avis, Enterprise Atesa, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. Each provider has a desk in both terminals but all of the desks are always (even at night) quite full so it’s better to book your car in advance using our comparison service.

The airport has been designed with the future in mind, and can hold some 70 million passengers, so despite it being very full, there is actually quite a bit of room to manoeuvre in the terminals. You’ll find a great list of services including currency exchanges, banking services, ATM’s, a chapel, a nursery for your restless children, VIP lounges and conference facilities. If you’re in the mood for a little shopping then you’ll be in heaven, with more than one hundred shops offering jewellery, fashion from the likes of Adidas and Loewe, perfumes and alcohol. After all that shopping you’ll no doubt be hungry so a visit to one of the 30 restaurants and bars is a must. There you can go for a quick drink, try out some tapas or go for a full meal while you wait for your flight. It’s a busy international airport - so if you’re a fan of people watching, you’ll be in luck as there are passengers from all corners of the world strutting through the airport all day every day.

If you’re looking forward to exploring not just the city of Madrid but also the surrounding areas and some other parts of Spain, then you’ll be in need of a car hire. You can use the public transport network, and though it’s good, it, like the airport is very busy so it can be more convenient to drive. When you’ve got your car, the drive into Madrid is relatively painless. It’s a 21km drive that takes a little less than 30 minutes. Just take the M30 route from the airport and it’s more or less a straight and easy drive. Remember to compare all the car hires available at Madrid airport using Car Rentals Network before you book. You’ll find that booking in advance will lower the price considerably so book as early as you can - this will help you to beat the queues at the airport too.

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