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:
Would you like to drive a classic train dating back to 1919? Do you want to see what the Madrid underground stations were like at the start of last century?
Do you know which movies and series have recently been filmed in the underground?
We have a train, a mural, travel card holders and a new book, all to foster the equality of women!
Get involved in the social cause that most interests you – equality, children’s rights or the fight against LGTBphobia… The initiative #muévete (get moving) take off in February with messages...
If you are one of those people who reads the literary extracts to be found on Metro trains, you now have some new ones to help you pass the time
Celebrate European Mobility Week by travelling with us
A spilled water bottle, broken glass or a dirty train seat... sometimes there are cleaning incidents inside Metro cars or in ticket halls, corridors or platforms. The alerts you submit...
The Metro de Madrid work uniform has changed on many occasions throughout its 100-year history.
We know that you loved it and we wanted to make you happy
Metro was born 100 years ago in Puerta del Sol, an emblem of Madrid, close to Plaza de la Villa and Plaza Mayor. Our history takes us to the most...
Discover where some of our icons come from in the underground
A multimedia and interactive work, a graphical and visual reminder of a century of Metro de Madrid’s history and that of its people through texts, pictures, infographics, audios and videos...
Episode 3: People over 65 also use Metro
It is a unique opportunity for all the fans of this sport, who, for the first time, will be able to do an unusual route until now: the surface route...
The most recent titles, the newest, the most read and the most sought after in the publishing world can be found in Metro
If you are still not familiar with Metro’s past, these spaces might provide an excellent plan for the coming days!
Tirso de Molina, Concha Espina, Vicente Aleixandre… immortal figures, also on our underground system. I am sure you will have sometimes wondered who they were.
Comparative photos of the different eras, over the course of its 100 years of history, bear witness to how this transformation of the underground system has never stopped.
Read the whole of Don Quijote, smile at the genius of Mingote or enjoy Guernica. All of this and much more is now at hand on the platforms of Metro...
We offer you a new information channel in real time through Alexa skills, in addition to the Metro app and web page.
30 routes with more than 500 kilometres to run, cycle or walk, always beginning and ending at public transport stations
Metro’s logo, an icon of Madrid
A total of 259 defibrillators are present in 205 stations of the underground network
A new application is now available for you to upload your Metro photos and build a collective album about our 100 years of history
You can’t miss it! Almost 33.000 people have already visited the exhibition of historical trains inaugurated by King Felipe VI on 17 October to kick off Metro de Madrid’s Centenary...
A world of art opens to passengers when they arrive at Atocha Station, transformed by the most representative works of the best museums
The fastest, most economical, most ecological and, most sustainable means of transport. Travelling by Metro has many advantages for you and for everyone. Get to know them.
Metro de Madrid is on the verge of celebrating its one-hundredth birthday, and there are many activities prepared for such a momentous occasion
Prepared for the early birds, Metro is ready and waiting at 06:00 a.m. for providing service to 2.3 million passengers daily.