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The metro costs from €1.50 to a maximum of €2, depending on how far you’re traveling within the city; you can also buy a 10-ride Metrobus ticket (€12.20) or a daily ticket for €8.40 that can also be used on buses. The Abono Turístico (Tourist Pass) allows unlimited use of public buses and the subway for one (€8.40 for Zone A, €17 for Zone T) to seven days (€35.40 for Zone A, €70.80 for Zone T). Buy it at tourist offices, metro stations, or select newsstands. The metro runs 6 am–1:30 am, though a few entrances close earlier. (See the metro map in this chapter.)

Subway Information

Metro Madrid. 902/444403; www.metromadrid.es.