Madrid's Essentials

I hope these tips were valuable to you, and once you are able to travel to Madrid, Make sure you have this blog post in hand.ps, emergency numbers, and simple tips and tricks that will help you have a safer stay.


Disclaimer, these photos do not belong to me, sources and credentials are given underneath every picture.


Map Of Madrid

Link to the map here.

Map of Madrid taken from Google Maps

Turistic Map Of Madrid

Link to the map here.

Touristic Map of Madrid taken from redtransporte.com

Metro Map Of Madrid

Link to the map here.

Metro Map of Madrid taken from redtransporte.com

There are also the Renfe trains which you can use to travel long distances inside Madrid (like to the outskirts of the city that are still considered part of Madrid's community) As well as traveling to other touristic towns near Madrid.


This is the map's link.

This is the schedule's link.


Other Transportation Info:


Taxi:915478200


Emergency Numbers


Police Department Downtown Madrid:

+34 915 48 79 85


Hospital Downtown Madrid:

HM Hospital Universitario Madrid

+34 902 08 98 00


Emergency :

In Spain, 911 won't work if you are trying to call an ambulance, the police or fire department, for emergency assistance you need to cal 112.


Important tips:

Madrid is overall a safe place, meaning no gunshots and major safety issues of that kind, notwithstanding it is important to keep an eye for your stuff, use the safe box from the hotel to keep your passport safe and all things of value.


One thing that has gone worse with the years is the pickpocketing especially at bars and trains, nothing that being aware of your surroundings and not leaving your stuff unattended won't prevent.


Don't leave your phone and things of value on top of your table whether you are inside or outside of the bar, restaurant, or coffee shop. The pickpocketers are so good at what they do, and your stuff will be gone before you even realize it.


At the train put your backpack and purse in front of you, and if the train is full make sure that your hands are in your pocket protecting your wallet and phone.



I hope this tips were valuable to you, and once you are able to travel to Madrid, Make sure you have this blog post in hand.


Happy and safe travels!

Juls



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