Salamanca is about 210 km from Madrid.
Most of the route can be done by
There are two natural alternatives to get to Salamanca from
Madrid: through Avila or through Sanchidrián/Adanero.
Avila, take the A-6, AP-6
and, by the exit number 81, take the AP-51 to Ávila. From there,
the A-50 towards
Salamanca. This highway in some sections becomes the N-501. Through
Sanchidrián/Adanero, we must also start at the A-6, AP-6, take
exit number 102
to enter the local road CL-507 and join the A-50 near San Pedro del
Arroyo. The A-50 in some sections becomes the N-501 and goes to
From Valladolid, Salamanca is about 120 km on the A-62.
To the north, Zamora and Salamanca are linked by the A-66, about 65 km. Towards the south, Caceres is about 220 Km along the A-66, which in some sections becomes the N-630.
To the west, the border with Portugal is about 115 Km along the A-62 (Oporto 350 Km, Coimbra 360 km, Lisbon 470 km).
In Madrid, the bus use the Bus Station South of Madrid. The Salamanca-Madrid line offer, at some services, a direct connection with the Madrid-Barajas airport.
From Madrid, the trains leave the station of Chamartín. All information on train schedules, and the possibility of buying tickets, can be viewed at the RENFE page.
The next nearest airport is in Valladolid Villanubla, about 120 km, which has connections with Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, London, Milan and Paris.
However, the best choice is to use the Madrid Barajas airport with many more destinations. From this airport you can arrive at the Chamartin train station or Bus Station South of Madrid by taxi for about 22-25 euros, or by metro. In addition, the company Auto Res (Avanza Group) offers direct service between Salamanca and Madrid-Barajas airport (passing through the bus station south of Madrid).
|Last change: July 19th, 2009.|