Tourist Travel Pass

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The Tourist Ticket (also known as the Tourist Travel Pass) can be used on all types of public transport in the Region of Madrid. Allowing you to take unlimited trips within your chosen timeframe, it is a practical and inexpensive way to get around Madrid.

Passes are valid for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 7 days and for two zones (A and T).

Are you going to stay in the city centre and do you plan to get around there? Then Zone A is the right option for you since it covers these services:

Are you going to be in Madrid for several days and are also planning to visit the surrounding area? Then Zone T is the right option for you, since it covers:

Zone T is the recommended option if you’re planning on making day trips to places like El Escorial, Aranjuez or Alcalá de Henares.

IMPORTANT: It cannot be used on high-speed trains (including the AVE to Guadalajara and the Avant to Toledo) nor Renfe Operadora regional trains. It is also not valid on Tourist Trains.

Why buy a travel pass?

All Tourist Travel Passes are pre-loaded onto the Tarjeta Multi, a contactless, transferable smartcard that is valid for 10 years and which is free when you purchase the 1,2, 3, 5 or 7-day Tourist Travel Pass. Once the Tourist Travel Pass expires, you can top up the smartcard with pay-per-ride tickets.

Where buy a travel pass?

You can purchase the pass at:

  • At all Metro stations (including at the entrance to the Airport T1-T2-T3 and Airport T4 stations), it can be purchased at the machines marked with a red MULTI Card Available HERE sticker (on clicking on Purchase Card, three ticket options are shown, in the following order:  1 journey, 10 journeys and Airport, and on clicking on the Other Options arrow, two more options are shown: From 1 to 7 days (tourist) and 30-day pass). Credit card payment s are authorised
  • The entrance to the Cercanías (commuter train) Aeropuerto T4 station
  • The main office of the Madrid Regional Transport Consortium: Plaza del Descubridor Diego de Ordás, 3.
  • Estancos (tobacco shops) and from other authorized retailers.
  • All Metro Ligero (ML1, ML2, ML3 and ML4) stations.

Where to top up your travel card:

If you do not wish to acquire a Tourist Travel Pass, you can buy the Tarjeta Multi (2.5€) and simply top it up with pay-per-ride tickets.



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* Prices are for 12-year-olds or over. Children under 11 years of age enjoy a 50% discount. Under-4s travel for free on the metro and the bus and under 6s on the Cercanías commuter train.




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