Spain counts with a metro system that connects some cities internally:
Madrid Metro offers confortable, safe and rapid services to move around Madrid through its 283 kilometers and 293 stations.
You can contact with them by:
- Telephone: 902 444 403
- Fax: 917 212 957
- Website: http://www.metromadrid.es in this website you can find the prices, and other useful information to make your trip more pleasant; they provide an interactive service with recommended routes.
The Metro Barcelona is operated by the TMB – Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona and consists in an extensive network of electrified railways (11 lines with 164 stations across 124 km). You can buy each individual ticket at 1.45 euros, and if you’ll use the service for more than one day you can buy T10 tickets (valid for more than 5 tickets)
Metro Valencia Network offers different Tourist Itineraries in which you may have the fullest possible vision of the many tourist attractions found in Valencia and its metropolitan that include the historical city, the museums and gardens; if you want to contact them:
- Telephone: 961 924 000
- Website: http://www.metrovalencia.es
- You can join to the Metro Club that offers to Metro Valencia users a series of advantages and cultural or recreational activities.
Initially it started operations in order to improve the traffic; and nowadays, it fulfilled all the proposed objectives as a mass public transport system with comfortable, reliable, safe and independent of all other means of transport services.
The Seville Metro was the sixth Metro built in Spain and now it’s the fifth biggest Metro Company due to the number of passengers. It offers 3 lines that cover the entire city.
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