From Madrid to Teruel

This is a mini-find-your-way-guide about how to get from Madrid to Teruel.

When you are planning a trip it is important to know where to go but also how to get there. I will try to share my personal experience and knowledge to help you get to the most awesome festivals in towns and cities all over Spain.

ARRIVING TO MADRID – the main locations you may arrive in Madrid are:

1. The airport (Barajas-Adolfo Suarez)

2. The Central Train Station (Atocha)

3. The Bus Station  South (Estación autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro)

1. From Madrid Barajas to Teruel’s bus Station

– Take “Cercanías C-1” (short distance train) to “Estación de Autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro”

http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/planos/madrid.html

– Then you will need to take a bus from “Estación de Autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro” to Teruel (there are services three times a day) It takes between 4-5 hours.

http://samar.es/

2. From Madrid Atocha to Teruel’s bus Station

– Take a “Cercanías” (short distance train), either C-5 towards Fuenlabrada-Humanes or C-7/C-10 towards Príncipe Pío. It is just one stop and you will arrive to the “Estación de Autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro”

http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/planos/madrid.html

– Then you will need to take a bus from “Estación de Autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro” to Teruel (there are services three times a day) It takes between 4-5 hours.

http://samar.es/

3. From Madrid “Estación de Autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro” to Teruel’s bus Station

– You just need to take a bus from “Estación de Autobuses Sur-Mendez Alvaro” to Teruel (there are services three times a day) It takes between 4-5 hours.

http://samar.es/

I hope this guide is helpful and if you have any queries feel free to ask.

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