Madrid Tourist Travel Pass

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The Madrid Tourist Travel Pass can be used in conjunction with the Madrid Card, the Madrid Cultura Card, or on its own as an unlimited public transportation pass to the city.

It’s good for 1, 2,3, 5, or 7 calendar days in adult or child versions. You can also choose Zone A or Zone T, depending on where in the city you’ll be staying and where you want to go.

Zone A passes are less expensive, but are restricted to Madrid and the inner suburbs. Zone A includes all Metro lines, all EMT bus lines except the Airport Express, all RENFE suburban train stations that are in Zone A, and the ML1 light rail line.

The Zone T pass covers areas as far away as Guadalajara and Toledo. Zone T is valid in all Zone A areas, and adds interurban buses, all RENFE stations, and the ML2, ML3, and Parla Tramway.

SPECIAL NOTE: The Madrid Tourist Travel Pass is no longer offered. We suggest you try the Flexi Attractions Pass or Unlimited Attractions Pass from iVenture Madrid.

Top Included Madrid Attractions

Unlimited-use public transport with two options.

See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar.

What’s Good?

Madrid public transportation is clean and reliable and reaches almost anywhere you’d want to go in and around the city.

What Could get better?

The subway runs until 1:30am, but your pass ends at midnight of the last day purchased, so plan ahead.

Be aware that the Madrid Card and Madrid Cultura Card run for 24-hour increments, but the Tourist Travel Pass works for calendar days, so these passes’ expiration may be out of sync.

Get Your Money’s Worth

The card is good for calendar days, so if you arrive at the airport in the evening, it may be better to pay for the trip into the city separately and not activate your tourist travel pass until your first full day of sightseeing.

Insider Tips

Although there are plenty of guards and security cameras, pickpocketing can be a problem at Metro stations in the most touristy areas, especially the Sol station, so having a tourist travel pass instead of cash can bring peace of mind.

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Where to Buy It

The card is available at many outlets. You can buy it at Expedia, Orbitz or Travelocity or you can buy it once you get to Madrid but these are not great options as you may pay more. The best place the buy the card is at the Viator website. Viator guarantees the lowest prices, no-fee cancelling, no-fee date changes, 24/7 customer care, and airline miles (with a minimum spend).