Bus Travel

Buses are generally less popular than trains, though they're sometimes faster and cheaper. Madrid has no central bus station: most of southern and eastern Spain (including Toledo) is serviced by the Estación del Sur, while Intercambiador de Moncloa and Estación de Avenida de América service northern destinations. All have eponymous metro stops (except for Estación del Sur, serviced by Méndez Álvaro).

Blue city buses (€1.50 one-way) run about 6 am–11:30 pm. Less frequent night buses run through the night on heavily trafficked routes.

Bus Stations

Estación de Avenida de América. Av. de América 9, Salamanca, Madrid, Madrid, 28002. 90/242--2242; www.crtm.es/tu-transporte-publico/intercambiadores.aspx.

Estación del Sur. Calle Méndez Álvaro s/n, Atocha, Madrid, Madrid, 28045. 91/468--4200; www.estaciondeautobuses.com.

Intercambiador de Moncloa. Princesa 89, Moncloa, Madrid, Madrid, 28008. 012; www.crtm.es.

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