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Get to know Barajas Airport
Welcome to the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, located in one of the districts of the capital. In its surroundings you can enjoy the best cultural, leisure and environmental offer or travel to any other part of Spain or the world.
The district of Barajas is divided into the neighborhoods of Alameda de Osuna, Aeropuerto, Casco Historico de Barajas, Timon and Corralejos. Today, this airport is the most important in Spain. Internationally speaking, it ranks fifth in Europe and twenty-ninth in the world in terms of number of passengers.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport opened to domestic and international air traffic on April 22, 1931, although commercial flights did not begin operating normally until two years later.
In 2000, the airport underwent an enormous remodeling to comply with the Barajas Plan. Thus, the new Terminal 4 and T4S, two new runways, two aprons, new access roads and more parking lots were built.
It changed its name to Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas in 2014.
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How to get to Barajas Airport
Here are some indications for you to know where to go when picking up or dropping off your rental car at Madrid airport:
Metro line 8 (pink) connects Nuevos Ministerios with Terminal 4 passing through Campo de las Naciones, Terminals 1,2 and 3 and Barajas de Madrid. Line 1 of Cercanías also stops at Barajas T4. In addition, you will find a large fleet of buses that will allow you to reach the airport from Canillejas, Atocha and Avenida de América.
By road, you can access Barajas Airport by the following routes:
- A-2: Highway that connects Madrid with Barcelona and passes through the south of the airport.
- M-40: Ring road that connects with the A-2 and the M-11 to enter Barajas.
- M-11: Access highway to Madrid-Barajas Airport. It connects the M-30, the A-1 and the M-607 with terminals 1, 2 and 3.
- M-13: Access highway to Madrid-Barajas Airport. Connects exit 3 of the M-12 with the T-1, T-2 and T-3.
- M-14: Access highway to Madrid-Barajas Airport. Connects the M-40 with terminals 1, 2 and 3 of the airport.
Tolls to take into account in the surroundings of Barajas Airport
On your way to Barajas Airport, you may come across these two toll roads:
- M-12: Motorway with toll sections accessing Madrid-Barajas Airport. It joins the A-1 with the M-40.
- R-2: It startson the M-40 at Sanchinarro and ends at exit 62 of the A-2. It passes through the north of Valdebebas.
Where can I pick up and drop off my rental car at Madrid airport?
You can pick up and drop off your rental car in Barajas at the different terminals of the Airport. Discover in our search engine the point that best suits you.
Why book a rental car at Barajas Airport with Furauto?
In our company we have a large fleet of modern and fully equipped vehicles so that you do not miss anything during your road trips.
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Parking your rental car at Barajas airport
You will have no problem parking your car at Barajas Airport. All terminals have ample open-air or subway parking spaces for a fee. Don't forget to pay for your ticket before you get in your vehicle.
Sightseeing from Barajas Airport with your rental car
In addition to the old town area, in the district of Barajas and surroundings you can find a wide range of cultural and leisure activities. Do not miss the Top 10 places in the area where you can go with your rental car:
- Ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Soledad: Religious center of Barajas de Madrid, it was founded in honor of the patron saint of the town. It is located on Avenida de Logroño.
- Plaza Castellana de los hermanos Falcó y Álvarez de Toledo: It is in the process of changing its name to Plaza Mayor de Barajas.
- San Pedro Apóstol Parish: Located in Plaza Mercurio.
- IFEMA: The Madrid Trade Fair Institution hosts congresses, fairs, shows and exhibitions. Located in the Campo de las Naciones, it is the most important multipurpose hall in the city.
- Juan Carlos I Park: It is located in the neighborhood of Corralejos and is the second largest park in the capital. It houses an open-air auditorium.
- Valdebebas: It occupies part of the district of Hortaleza and Barajas. Here you can find the extension of IFEMA and the Real Madrid Sports City.
- Torrejón de Ardoz: Belonging to El Corredor del Henares, Torrejón has a wide cultural offer and is one of the most important towns in the Community. Its Air Base, in American possession until 1992, is now part of the Ministry of Defense.
- Alcobendas: In addition to housing several shopping centers and museums, it is one of the headquarters of the Universidad Europea de Madrid and the Universidad Pontificia Comillas.
- La Moraleja: Located in Alcobendas, this residential development, one of the most exclusive in Spain, is inhabited by the city's upper class and famous personalities.
- San Sebastián de los Reyes: Impossible not to visit its bullring and the Jarama circuit, one of the most prestigious racetracks in the country.
Get to know the Community of Madrid by car
Take your rental car and drive through the Community of Madrid. Do not forget to stop in the capital, Alcalá de Henares, El Escorial, Chinchón, the Sierra Madrileña, Pinto and Aranjuez.