Airport

3.96 Votes
  • 0.04% of people who visit Madrid include Airport in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Airport visit around 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Airport

Thursday and Friday

People normally also visit Casa De Narino while planning their trip to Airport.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • One of the biggest & busiest airports I’ve ever gone through. Give yourself plenty of time to get there I arrived there 3 hours before my flight to go through check in & security. Lots of duty free shops to pick up last minute gifts from Madrid itself and also serve decent food. There is a few charging ports beside the gates but that is all I believe so make sure you’ve your devices fully charged in advance!

  • one of my favorite airports, aesthetically, and it’s relatively easy to navigate. In the international terminal you will find a nice assortment of stores that offer everything from low to high-end items as well as numerous restaurant options. Terminal 4 and 4s are connected by a train that moves between the two often and rather quickly, however, the train becomes quite crowded and one may have difficulties boarding with ease. The terminal itself is very long and can take some time to walk from one gate to another. The toilets, overall, were kept clean as well as all the public areas.

  • We really liked the airport when we arrived, it’s very pretty and set up good for when you arrive there. Departure was a different story though. We’ve been in 5 total airports on our trip and this was by far the worst one as far as customer service, organization and wait time getting through the airport to where you are supposed to be. We arrived at the airport about an hour and a half before we needed to leave and everything took forever and they have bad signage. We had 20 minutes by the time we got to border patrol, but there were 200-250 people in front of us. I stopped to ask an airport worker about it and he loudly said a lot of things in Spanish and a ton of people around laughed when he was done. My husband knows Spanish and he said that what he said was really rude. I don’t care who you are, it’s never okay to treat another person like that and that reflects on your organization. Moral of the story: give yourself plenty of time to travel in this airport. I would recommend at least 2 hours before your departure time. And I will never be going back.

  • Very nice airport, also has some specifics. It has terminals T1, T2, T3, T4 that connects with each other by free shuttle bus. However terminal 4 (new and beautiful) has terminal-satellite T4s, that you can reach by train after you passed aviation security control in T4. Navigation is quite clear, but when you know all these stuff. Terminal T4s in ticket could be indicated as 4S. So if you‘ve lend in T2 and you need 4S (T4s), you should go by bus to T4, pas aviation security control, then go down the escalator to train (also free) and go to T4s. It takes about 40 minutes maybe.

  • Beautiful airport full of stores and delicious coffee shops. Easy to navigate at the different terminals. You will not get bored between the shops and duty free stores. The Airport gets busy during the day and somewhat crowded.

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