The Region of Madrid offers outstanding connectivity for your business. From Madrid as your base, the world is your market.
Madrid is the hub of the Spanish market
Madrid is the capital of Spain and the epicenter of the national network of roads and railways, being the best connected node of the country's transport network.
The radial highways, as well as the main branches of the high-speed rail system and the largest airport in Spain are located in our region.
The excellent land and air connectivity of the region, together with the traditional historical, cultural and economic links with the rest of Europe and Latin America, make the Community of Madrid an ideal destination for the business triangulation between these two major world regions and the rest of the planet.
The Community of Madrid is located in the center of the Iberian Peninsula, which allows supplying from here, in a highly competitive time, to the entire market of Spain and Portugal, made up of more than 57 million consumers.
From Madrid you can reach the main Spanish cities in less than 3 hours thanks to the High Speed network.
A high-speed rail connection already connects Madrid with the rest of Europe through the "Mediterranean Corridor". In addition, in 2023, a second high-speed connection through the "Atlantic Corridor" will be added to achieve global integration.
The Ventanilla Única (or PMO) of the Atlantic Corridor is located in Madrid.
Madrid is at most 6 hours by road from anywhere in Spain. Currently there are 2 high capacity road connections that connect the Peninsula with France.
The regional road network connects the municipalities of Madrid with the national network, structuring the territory and providing access to the rest of the country from any spot in the region.
Main air hub of southern Europe
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas is the number one airport in Spain and fifth in Europe in terms of passenger and cargo traffic.
In 2017, Madrid's airport received 52 million passengers, according to Eurostat.
In 2019, Barajas was chosen as the best airport in the category of 50-60 million passengers according to Skytrax, and also su Terminal 4 is located in the Top 10 of the best terminals in the world.
The airport is designed for a maximum capacity of 70 million passengers per year, so it has a wide margin of growth for your air traffic without danger of congestion.
Exceptional intermodal connectivity: the airport is located 12 km from the city centre (20 min.). Metro network, suburban trains and buses connect with the city of Madrid and its metropolitan surroundings.
Madrid connects with more than 218 destinations around the world and is the European leader in flights to Latin America:
25% of the total connections between Europe and Latin America depart from Madrid.
Madrid is responsible for 35% of total air traffic between Europe and Latin America.
The largest logistics hub in the Iberian Peninsula
Madrid has 38 million m2 of logistics area, the largest dedicated to this sector in Spain.
75% of logistics companies operating in Spain (both Spanish and international) are based in Madrid.
Madrid, a well-connected logistics center:
The main logistics corridors of the region are located around the A-2 motorways (towards Zaragoza, Barcelona and France), A-3, A-4 (towards Andalusia and the port of Algeciras) and A-42.
The main attraction of these areas is their proximity to Madrid and the possibility of finding parcels of a suitable size for almost any type of activity.
The Dry Port of Coslada (customs warehouse) is located at 10 min. from the airport and is connected in a few hours with the main ports (Algeciras, Valencia, Barcelona, Bilbao).