We are making Metro quite green (and II)

A few weeks ago, we told you about some of the environmental measures we are implementing that are making us green. Remember: Travelling with Metro pollutes 4 times less than...

Historic feats in the heart of Metro

We are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the planet, captained by Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastian Elcano: an extraordinary feat that changed the known world. The...

Gran Vía station turns one year old again

In 2019, the eight original Metro de Madrid stations celebrated their Centenary. Among them was Gran Vía, which had been conceived as San Luis Network and the pavilion of which...

Next station... music

Have you ever thought about what songs and sounds you would include in the soundtrack of your life? If you live in Madrid, I'm sure that between one song and...

A Metro for all, also on the website

Have you ever wondered why all the photos we post on social media have these three mysterious letters in the bottom left corner: ALT? It could be an acronym for...

We are making Metro quite green

You will have heard it many times: travelling with Metro pollutes 4 times less than travelling in a private vehicle. But have you ever stopped to think about what lies...

The first ones at Metro

While the city sleeps, an army of professional metro employees is working hard to ensure that all trains, stations and engines are in good working order for the opening of...

At Metro, we're love publicity!

Today our Metro is more Madrilenian than the Manzanares River and enjoys international fame. Its best ambassadors are undoubtedly the "cats" (the nickname locals receive) and tourists who use it...

They have made history! For a good reason

Sonsoles and Juan Felipe have made history in Metro de Madrid: They are the first people with intellectual disabilities to complete an internship in our company. They are our heroes...

Congratulations, Gran Via!

In April 1910, 112 years ago, work began on the Gran Vía, an essential artery of our city today. Its history has been linked to that of its metro station...

Two new lions guard Gran Vía station

These figures crown the iconic Antonio Palacios pavilion which is being reconstructed as part of the extension and modernisation project for the station.

Metro with Madrid

Do not leave home unless absolutely necessary, particularly the elderly and those with pre-existing medical conditions. At any event, if you need to use the underground these days, please remember: