Bus Travel

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Bus Travel

Buses are generally less popular than trains, though they're sometimes faster. Madrid has no central bus station: most of southern and eastern Spain (including Toledo) is served by the Estación del Sur. Estación de Avenida de América and Estación del Sur have subway stops (Avenida de América and Méndez Álvaro).

Red city buses (€1.50 for a one-way ticket) run from about 6 am to 11:30 pm.

Bus Stations

Estación del Avenida de América (Av. de América 9, Salamanca, Madrid, 28002. No phone. Metro: Av. de América.)

Estación del Sur (Méndez Álvaro s/n, Atocha, Madrid, 28045. No phone. www.estaciondeautobuses.com. Metro: Méndez Álvaro.)

Intercambiador de Moncloa (Princesa 89, Moncloa, Madrid, 28008. No phone. Metro: Moncloa.)

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