IFEMA (Feria de Madrid) - Av. Partenón, 5, 28042 Madrid
To find out the easiest way to get there, follow the Google Maps link above.
There are two main lines that will get you to DGTL Madrid: line 112 (Mar de Cristal - Barrio del Aeropuerto) and 122 (Avenida de América - Feria de Madrid). Please check the link above to see exact directions.
Line 8, Feria de Madrid station (metro runs from 6.05am to 2am).
If your lodgement is located at the city centre, chances are you are going to need a public transport connection to get there. Your best chance would be to head over to the renowned Plaza del Sol, where you would need to take de Cercanías C4 train to Nuevos Ministerios station. Once there, hop on the line 8 Metro line (headed to the Aeropuerto T4) and get off at Feria de Madrid station.
IFEMA is conveniently located near Madrid's main airport: Barajas. The metro's line 8 connects the airport with IFEMA, in case you're partying right off the plane. However, you will probably want to head over to the city centre to drop your bags. In that case, the metro line 8 will connect you to Nuevos Ministerios city-centre station, where you can make the transfer to your final destination.
Because we like to make it easier for you, bellow you'll find updated plane ticket costs from the main ariports of these 6 countries. Bear in mind that prices change as we move closer to the festival's date.
Travelling to Madrid by train logically takes much more time than by plane, but some people might argue "hey, you can't beat those views!" If you also believe so, below you'll find links to the main train ticket websites of each country.
Being the capital of Spain, Madrid is more than well-connected regarding its train stations. Most travellers prefer to set their destination for Madrid-Puerta de Atocha though, given its city-centre location.