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Navigating Madrid's Sub-Way is quite similar to that of any major city. In case youâ€™re not new to such subways, it can be an easy task but if you are a newbie, is better that you plan in advance so that you do not have to get in despair. Madrid is one city where itâ€™s easy to get the hang of the place, planning in advance is thus a necessity.
Get a subway map from one of the information stands that are there in the city. You can also look for a guidebook in Madrid's bookstores. Maps are also available in the stations but areas where there is high traffic, it would be difficult for you to plan the route. Begin by buying a ticket from the ticket machine that is available on the station. A lot of ticket kiosks are also there at various places in Madrid. Trip to a single race in Madrid will cost you one euro and the same prices are valid for all roots in the system. If you're staying inside Madrid, make sure you buy it least 10-right pass in one go. Buying these passes together will costs cheaper. You can get all these parses in not more than six euros and using these you can travel around and sightsee.
Follow the blue signs inside stations. These blue signs indicate various routes and lines. â€œEstationersâ€