If you travel around the big city often, you will know that the worst thing you can do if you want to get to places quickly is to take the car. Especially if you have to move between 8 and 9 in the morning. Just when the streets are full of cars, pedestrians and other vehicles trying to reach their destination on time. A real nightmare. Luckily, public transport is a fairly reliable alternative in Madrid. Its complete network of Metro, Cercanías or Bus can help you reach any corner of the city or its surroundings.
Of course, it can also be somewhat confusing to be between its different lines. Below, we offer you more than 100 images of the Metro map, the Cercanías map and the bus lines that you can download and print for free. You also have a selection of curious maps and information to move comfortably by bike.
Images of the Madrid Metro map
If you are going to move around Madrid and on top of that you plan to do it by metro, we recommend you take a look at these images. You will see that there are updated images of the Madrid Metro map , with all the data for 2017.
It is a large image, which you can print in conditions and consult whenever necessary. Here you will see all the lines and check transfers. This will help you move in an agile and fast way , without having to consult the signs that are in the subway mouths.
These images of the Madrid Metro have a fairly good quality to print. As there are countless metro maps of these characteristics, below we provide you with twenty maps of the Madrid metro that you can download and print for free. They are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20.
Images of the map of the Madrid metro line by line
The Madrid metro has a total of twelve lines plus a branch and a network of 294 kilometers. If you need to download, print or consult any of its lines individually , don't worry. Because we provide them below, one by one, so that you can download them to your computer without problems.
Here you will have the opportunity to see all the stops, one by one, for each of the lines through the Plano Metro Madrid 2017 portal.
- Line 1: Pinar de Chamartín - Valdecarros. Pinar de Chamartín, Bamboo, Chamartín, Plaza de Castilla, Valdeacederas, Tetuán, Estrecho, Alvarado, Cuatro Caminos, Ríos Rosas, Church, Tribunal, Gran Vía, Sun, Tirso de Molina, Antón Martín, Atocha, Atocha Renfe, Menéndez Pelayo, Pacific, Puente de Vallecas, Nueva Numancia, Portazgo, Buenos Aires, Alto del Arenal, Miguel Hernández, Sierra de Guadalupe, Villa de Vallecas, Congosto, La Gavia, Las Suertes and Valdecarros.
- Line 2: Las Rosas - Cuatro Caminos. Las Rosas, Guadalajara Avenue, Alsacia, La Almudena, La Elipa, Ventas, Manuel Becerra, Goya, Príncipe de Vergara, Retiro, Bank of Spain, Seville, Sol, Opera, Santo Domingo, Noviciado, San Bernardo, Quevedo, Canal and Four ways.
- Line 3: Villaverde Alto - Moncloa. Villaverde Alto, San Cristóbal, Villaverde Bajo Cruce, City of Angels, San Fermín - Orcasur, Hospital 12 de Octubre, Almendrales, Legazpi, Delicias, Palos de la Frontera, Ambassadors, Lavapiés, Sol, Callao, Plaza de España, Ventura Rodríguez, Argí¼elles and Moncloa
- Line 4: Argí¼elles - Pinar de Chamartín Argí¼elles, San Bernardo, Bilbao, Alonso Martínez, Colón, Serrano, Velázquez, Goya, Lista, Diego de León, Avenida de América, Prosperidad, Alfonso XIII, Avenida de la Paz, Arturo Soria, Esperanza , Canillas, Mar de Cristal, San Lorenzo, Parque de Santa María, Hortaleza, Manoteras and Pinar de Chamartín.
- Line 5: Alameda de Osuna - Casa de Campo Alameda de Osuna, El Capricho, Canillejas, Torre Arias, Suanzes, Ciudad Lineal, Pueblo Nuevo, Quintana, El Carmen, Ventas, Diego de León, Núñez de Balboa, Rubén Darío, Alonso Martínez , Chueca, Gran Vía, Callao, Opera, La Latina, Puerta de Toledo, Acacias, Pyramids, Marqués de Vadillo, Urgel, Porto, Vista Alegre, Carabanchel, Eugenia de Montijo, Aluche, Empalme, Camp and Country House.
- Line 6: Príncipe Pío (circular) Laguna, Carpetana, Oporto, Opañel, Plaza Elíptica, Usera, Legazpi, Arganzuela - Planetario, Méndez í lvaro, Pacífico, Conde de Casal, Sainz de Baranda, O'Donnell, Manuel Becerra
Diego de León, Avenida de América, Argentine Republic, Nuevos Ministerios, Cuatro Caminos, Guzmán el Bueno, Metropolitano, Ciudad Universitaria, Moncloa, Argí¼elles, Principe Pío, Puerta del Ángel, Alto de Extremadura and Lucero.
- Line 7: Hospital del Henares - Pitis Hospital del Henares, Henares, Jarama, San Fernando, La Rambla, Coslada Central, Barrio del Puerto and Estadio Metropolitano.
- Line 8: Nuevos Ministerios - Nuevos Ministerios Airport T2, Colombia, Pinar del Rey, Mar de Cristal, Feria de Madrid, Airport T1 T2 T3, Barajas and Airport T4.
- Line 9: Paco de Lucía - Arganda del Rey Paco de Lucía, Mirasierra, Herrera Oria, Barrio del Pilar, Ventilla, Plaza de Castilla, Duque de Pastrana, Pío XII, Colombia, Concha Espina, Cruz del Rayo, Avenida de América, Núñez de Balboa, Príncipe de Vergara, Ibiza, Sainz de Baranda, Estrella, Vinateros, Artilleros, Pavones, Valdebernardo, Vicálvaro, San Cipriano and Puerta de Arganda.
- Line 10: Hospital Infanta Sofía - Puerta del Sur Hospital Infanta Sofía, Reyes Católicos, Baunatal, Manuel de Falla, Marqués de la Valdavia, La Moraleja, La Granja, Ronda de la Comunicación, Las Tablas, Montecarmelo and Tres Olivos.
- Line 11: La Fortuna - Plaza Elíptica Plaza Elíptica, Abrantes, Pan Bendito, San Francisco, Carabanchel Alto, La Peseta and La Fortuna.
- Line 12: Alcorcón Central (circular) Puerta del Sur, Parque Lisboa, Alcorcón Central, Parque Oeste, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Móstoles Central, Pradillo, Hospital de Móstoles, Manuela Malasaña, Loranca, Hospital de Fuenlabrada, Parque Europa, Fuenlabrada Central, Parque de los Estados, Arroyo Culebro, Conservatory, Alonso de Mendoza, Getafe Central, Juan de la Cierva, El Casar, Los Espartales, El Bercial, El Carrascal, Julián Besteiro, Casa del Reloj, Severo Ochoa Hospital, Leganés Central and San Nicasio .
If you need to make inquiries in real time ...
Logically, if you access and download any of these maps, what you will get is completely static information. An interesting option, if you want to make routes and check if there is any type of incident on the network , is to access the Madrid Metro page.
If you want to travel from one place to another in the city, you will simply have to indicate the station or place of origin, as well as the station or place of destination. What you get will be a detailed route of the lines you should take. You will also see if transfers are necessary and check waiting times.
In fact, within the main page of Metro de Madrid you will see a reading of the status of the lines in real time. In this way you can check immediately if there is any incident. And if you are better off taking the bus or the subway to get to work or an anniversary dinner earlier.
Everything will depend, logically, on how full the wagons are at peak hours, on the frequency established at a certain time . Because it is clear that it is not the same to move by subway at 8 in the morning, than to do it at 10 at night.
When searching for a route, you will have the possibility to choose your preferences, the date and the time . You can also select if you want a route with fewer transfers or with a shorter travel length.
From the same page you can download different updated maps of the Metro de Madrid network . You have them available in various formats. Another option is to take advantage of an app like Google Maps, which also gives us a fairly reliable alternative.
Images of the Madrid Cercanías map
Another very important network in the city of Madrid and its surroundings is that of the Cercanías trains. These connect the different cities near the metropolis with the capital . They also connect with other larger networks, such as the Atocha station (from which we can take a Ave to travel almost anywhere in Spain).
So, as you well know, Cercanías trains are essential to connect people who travel to Madrid every day to work, shop or do business. From these same stations, in fact, you can often directly access the Madrid metro network. And thus definitely enter the great city.
The network is managed by Renfe. So from its page you can see all the information you need. Another thing you can do, yes, is go to the maps that are available on Google . You will find a good number of images that you can download and print for free.
Next, we offer you a total of 20 suburban maps in Madrid : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 , 19 and 20.
Images of the Madrid Cercanías map line by line
A the same as in the case of the Metro de Madrid commuter rail network that connects the different cities of the community with the capital itself consists of many lines . To choose the one that will best suit us to reach our destination, we must consult the lines one by one.
The Renfe network has a total of ten lines. That you can also download individually. In this way you will be able to know which are the stops or stations and know how far the train goes to move outside the city of Madrid.
- Line C1 Príncipe Pío ”“ Atocha- Recoletos -Airport T4 : Príncipe Pío, Pirámides, Delicias, Méndez í lvaro, Atocha (correspondence with all the Cercanías lines, high-speed, long-distance and Medium Distance trains and Metro L1), Recoletos, Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartín (correspondence with lines C2, C3, C4, C7, C8 and C10 of Cercanías, long distance, Medium Distance and High Speed trains and L1 and L10 of Metro), Fuente de la Mora, Valdebebas and Airport T4.
- Line C2 Guadalajara ”“ Alcalá de Henares ”“ Atocha ”“ Chamartín: Guadalajara, Azuqueca, Meco, Alcalá University, Alcalá de Henares, La Garena, Soto del Henares, Torrejón de Ardoz, San Fernando, Coslada, Vicálvaro, Santa Eugenia, Vallecas , El Pozo, Madrid Assembly Entrevías, Atocha (correspondence with all Cercanías lines, high-speed, long-distance and Media Distancia trains and Metro L1), Recoletos, Nuevos Ministerios and Chamartín (correspondence with lines C2, C3, C4 , C7, C8 and C10 of Cercanías, Long distance, Medium Distance and High Speed trains and L1 and L10 of Metro).
- Line C3 Aranjuez ”“ Atocha ”“ Sol- Chamartín ”“ El Escorial: Aranjuez, Ciempozuelos, Valdemoro, Pinto, Getafe Industrial, El Casar, San Cristóbal Industrial, San Cristóbal de los Angeles, Villaverde Bajo, Atocha (correspondence with all lines of Cercanías, high-speed, long-distance and Media Distancia trains and Metro L1), Sol, Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartín (correspondence with lines C1, C2, C3, C4, C7, C8 and C10 of Cercanías, Long distance trains, Medium Distance and High Speed and Metro L1 and L10). Ramón y Cajal, Pitis, Pinar de las Rozas, Las Matas, Torrelodones, Galapagar- La Navata, Villalba, San Yago, Las Zorreras and El Escorial.
- Line C4 Parla ”“ Atocha- Chamartín ”“ Cantoblanco ”“ Alcobendas San Sebastián de los Reyes : Parla, Getafe Sector 3, Getafe Center, Las Margaritas University, Villaverde Alto, Villaverde Bajo, Atocha (correspondence with all the Cercanías lines, trains high speed, long distance and Medium Distance and Metro L1), Sol, Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartín (correspondence with lines C1, C2, C3, C4, C7, C8 and C10 of Cercanías, Long distance, Medium Distance and High trains Velocity and Metro L1 and L10), Fuencarral, Cantoblanco Universidad, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Valdelasfuentes and Alcobendas- San Sebastián de los Reyes.
- Line C5 Móstoles El Soto ”“ Atocha ”“ Fuenlabrada - Humanes: Móstoles-El Soto, Móstoles, Las Retamas, Alcorcón, San José de Valderas, Cuatro Vientos, Las Aguilas, Fanjul, Aluche, Laguna, Embajadores, Atocha (correspondence with all the Cercanías lines, high speed, long distance and Media Distancia trains and Metro L1), Méndez í lvaro, Doce de Octubre, Orcasitas, Puente Alcocer, Villaverde Alto, Zarzaquemada, Leganés, Parque Polvoranca, La Serna, Fuenlabrada and Humanes .
- Line C7 Alcalá de Henares ”“ Atocha ”“ Chamartín ”“ Príncipe Pío: Alcalá de Henares, La Garena, Soto del Henares, Torrejón de Ardoz, San Fernando, Coslada, Vicálvaro, Santa Eugenia, Vallecas, El Pozo, Madrid Assembly Entrevías , Atocha (correspondence with all Cercanías lines, high-speed, long-distance and Media Distancia trains and Metro L1), Recoletos, Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartín (correspondence with Cercanías lines C1, C2, C3, C4, C8 and C10 , Long distance trains and Metro L1 and L10), Ramón y Cajal, Pitis, Las Rozas, Majadahonda, El Barrial, Pozuelo, Aravaca and Príncipe Pío.
- Line C8 Atocha ”“ Chamartín ”“ Villalba - Cercedilla: Atocha (correspondence with all the Cercanías lines, long-distance trains and Ave and Metro L1), Recoletos, Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartín (correspondence with lines C1, C2, C3, C4, C7, C8 and C10 of Cercanías, Long distance, Medium Distance and High Speed trains and L1 and L10 of Metro), Ramón y Cajal, Pitis, Pinar de las Rozas, Las Matas, Torrelodones, Galapagar- La Navata, Villalba , Los Negrales, Alpedrete, Collado Mediano, Los Molinos and Cercedilla.
- Line C9 Cercedilla ”“ Preserves: Cercedilla, Puerto de Navacerrada and Cotos.
- Line C10: Villalba ”“ Príncipe Pío ”“ Atocha ”“ Chamartín - Fuente de la Mora : Villalba, Galapagar-La Navata, Torrelodones, Las Matas, Pinar, Las Rozas, Majadahonda, El Barrial, Pozuelo, Aravaca, Príncipe Pío, Pirámides , Delicias, Méndez í lvaro, Atocha (correspondence with all Cercanías lines, long-distance trains and Ave and L1 of the Metro), Recoletos, Nuevos Ministerios, Chamartín (correspondence with lines C1, C2, C3, C4, C7 and C8 of Cercanías, long-distance trains and L1 and L10 of Metro) and Fuente de la Mora.
Images of the Madrid bus map
Another way to get around Madrid and to do it in broad daylight is the urban bus system. Within the Regional Transport Consortium of Madrid we find a complex network of buses that will help us to travel throughout the city.
In this case, logically, we are facing a network of buses much more complete than the metro network. Why? Well, because they reach a large number of corners of the city. And this is important if you want to go to a specific place where there is no Metro stop nearby.
It will also come in handy if you don't like moving around the underground part of the city. We are talking about about 200 lines that stretch the length and breadth of Madrid. A good way to consult the urban bus network on the Internet is this map.
This is the public bus map. This will allow you to get closer to the area of your interest and find the line number that interests you. You will also have access to all the stops and you will be able to see if the bus in question stops near the place you are going. If you want you can enter the address that interests you. And go to the area to find the line number. Then you can also perform a search, depending on whether it is night or day lines.
The schedules are also available from the web. Although the best thing you can do is download the Madrid urban bus application. In this way, you will be able to know in a more specific way what is the frequency of each of the lines and choose more correctly the type of transport that will make you arrive on time to your appointment.
But if what you want is to always have a map on hand to help you find all the lines on the paper, maybe you should download an image and always carry it in your pocket. It will come in handy if you don't have the slightest idea of the architecture of the lines and you need to see where the buses go on each of the streets.
In addition to the tools mentioned above, you can print and download the following maps for free. We provide you with a list of twenty maps in which you can see the network of urban bus lines . Keep in mind, yes, that some of these map images also include the metro network. Which will be great if you don't really know how to get around Madrid or if you need to combine two different means of transport. Or even three: because you may also find the neighborhood lines drawn on one of these maps.
You can see and download them below: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Maps to move around Madrid by bicycle
If you want to move around Madrid without contaminating a drop, you have another option: go by bicycle. Like Barcelona, which was already a pioneer with Bicing, Madrid residents and visitors have the possibility of moving by bicycle as a means of public transport. In fact, for some time now, the BiciMad system has been integrated into the transport pass of the people of Madrid.
Madrid City Council offers a bicycle station every 300 meters , so finding a public bicycle is relatively easy. On the BiciMad page you can find the map with all the available points. And then you also have the option to download the maps of the quiet streets. For which it will always be more pleasant to pedal.
Thus, below we offer you a series of ten maps related to the bicycle routes that you can do in the city of Madrid. If you often travel on two wheels, they will be very useful, because you will also find the BiciMad stations: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10.
If you need more information on how to cycle in Madrid, you can consult this information page. Because it also includes maps and practical data so you can move on two wheels without problems. Here you also have data about the Madrid cycling green ring.
Curious maps of Madrid
But not only gray routes live the Madrilenian or the Madrilenian. To these metro, bus and commuter maps we have wanted to add other maps that we have found curious. And they will also serve you to wander around in your leisure time. For example, here we have found a map called Famostrato . If you approach Madrid, you will see the streets with famous names highlighted. You will find writers, scientists, teachers, artists and many other characters.
If you are more of bars , you can also go through this metro map, but with the main places to eat and drink in the city. They are recommendations, so in principle the selection is quite good. Here you have the option of the complete map, which you can print and always carry in your pocket. In case at any time you want to stop along the way.
A major issue that worries most urban commuters is waiting time. How much time will I lose if I travel from Embajadores to Torrejón de Ardoz combining Metro and Cercanías? Well, thinking of all those who don't even have time to breathe, there are those who have drawn up a subway map with all the time you are going to waste traveling. And waiting. Or you can see it in a more optimistic way: how much time do I have to myself, to read or listen to music without anyone bothering me?
What are you on vacation or tourist week in Madrid? If you are not in a hurry and want to get around Madrid using the Metro, you have a couple of options. The first is to download the map of bars that we mentioned above. The second, and essential, is to print this Metro tourist map, prepared by the Madrid Metro itself.
It is interesting because it includes a good map of the metro network, but highlighting the main monuments of the city through illustrations . Those places that you cannot miss if you visit the capital: the Plaza Mayor, the Botanical Garden, the Prado Museum, the Royal Palace, the San Miguel Market or the San Isidro Collegiate Church. This way you will know which line to take and at which station you should get off in the blink of an eye.
And we end with a map that will make you laugh a lot , if you are one of those who have a sense of humor and also live in the capital. And in short, you know each of its areas. Because it is a subway map specially designed for tourists and made in a humorous way. In this, the names of stations such as Sol have been changed to Sun, Spain to Olé Olé or Delicias to Delicatessen. Safety pin.