Madrid City Pass
Explore the Capital of Spain
Madrid City Pass
The card that will take you along a trip through Madrid
Discover Madrid at leisure with the Madrid City Pass. You will find that this Pass makes your city trip very affordable and efficient: the Madrid City Pass allows you to skip the waiting lines and get priority entrance at the Prado Museum and the Royal Palace. Experience the sights of Madrid from the hop-on hop-off bus with a free ticket. If you also opt for a 3-day public transport pass, public transport is free as is the transfer by taxi from Madrid Airport to your hotel in the city.
The Madrid City Pass is perfect for visitors who want to see the most important sights and attraction, not all museums, sights and attractions, that Madrid offers. The pass also allows you a 20% discount on other sights and museums in the city as well as flamenco shows, tapas tours, bike tours and excursions. The Madrid City Pass is hassle-free, purchase is online, tickets and vouchers are sent to you and there is no need to pick up your pass in person when you arrive in Madrid.
Fast Track Entry
Don’t waste time standing in line and skip straight to the front of queues. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museum and attraction including the Prado Museum and the Royal Palace (Palacio Real). Just show your valid Madrid City Pass ticket and jump to the front line!
Public Transport and Airport Transfer
The hop-on hop-off bus is included in your Madrid City Pass and will take you past all the highlights of the city. Hop off and see sights and attractions in detail, hop on again to continue your tour. You can also opt to add a three-day public transport card including airport transfer from the airport Madrid-Barajas to your hotel or B&B. This pass allows you free travel on metro, bus and train in Madrid.
If you opt to add the public transport pass to your Madrid City Card, a taxi driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at Madrid Airport. He will also give you the physical public transport card and then takes you to your accommodation. Your public transport pass is activated when you scan your card in metro, bus or train for the first time. From then on your pass is valid for three consecutive days.
Your Madrid City Pass not only affords free entrance to the Prado Museum and the Royal Palace (Palacio Real) also the hugely popular hop-on hop-off bus is free. Add to this reduced admission fees for museums and attractions and savings on bicycle and walking tours and excursions (Toledo) and you understand why this City Pass is immensely popular.
You need not collect your physical City Pass or collect vouchers when you arrive in Madrid because they will be sent to you before you arrive.
- Ticket and skip-the-line entry to the Prado Museum
- Ticket and skip-the-line entry to the Royal Palace
- Ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus (valid for 24 hours)
- Option: 3-day public transport card
- Option: Transfer by private taxi from Madrid Airport to your hotel
- Discounts on various other attractions, museums, tours and shows
- Discount on excursions e.g. to Toledo
How does the Madrid City Pass work?
Purchase your Madrid City Pass online. Select your arrival date (important for the airport transfer). After making your booking, you receive the tickets for the Prado, Real Madrid Stadium Tour and the hop-on hop-off bus. You also receive a discount code with which you get discounts at other museums, attractions, tours and excursions.
Madrid is the capital city of Spain and is the cultural heart of the country. The locals are proud of their city and they should be! Madrid is home to three top museums and many famous sights. The city buzzes with activity day and night. All very good reasons to go on a city trip to Madrid!
Madrid brims with sights and attractions. Culture lovers will make head straight to Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofia and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Football fans will have the day of their life when visiting the Real and Atletico stadiums. Madrid has still more to offer (Palacio Real), El Retiro Park, Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral Nuestra Señora de la Almudena in a neo-gothic style with a modern twist.