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This section highlights the stations in the metro whose characteristics, features or importance make them worth visiting, which is why we think you should get to know them.

Airport T1 Station Image Aeropuerto T1-T2-T3

Passengers can reach the airport terminals (Aeropuerto T1-T2-T3) from the city centre in just 12 minutes.

Imagen Alto del Arenal Alto del Arenal

This station houses the Metro's nerve centre: The Central Operations Post.

Station Image Arganzuela-Planetario Arganzuela-Planetario

Notable above all for the astronomy theme in its decoration due to its proximity to Madrid´s planetarium

Station Image of Argüelles Argüelles

A stately station with a youthful atmosphere.

Station Image Carabanchel Alto Carabanchel Alto

This is a dream come true for those neighbourhood residents who wanted a sculpture to honour their efforts.

Station Imagen Carpetana Carpetana

The station doubles up as a museum where the paleontological remains found there are on display.

Station Image of Chamartín Chamartín

Its size, geometry and luminosity have made it a cultural reference point.

Station Image of  Goya Goya

The station is decorated with engravings by the Aragonese artistic genius, Francisco de Goya.

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