General Information

Travel Tips


Madrid-Barajas Airport is about 30 minutes from the city centre of the capital.

Available transport from the Airport includes public transport and different options of private cars services (Uber, Cabify, Bolt, Taxi).

Entry requirements

European Union countries citizens can entry Spain with its ID passport. Nationals of third States require a passport or travel document (valid until three months after the planned date of departure), documents accrediting the purpose and conditions of the planned stay, and a vis (required only for certain nationalities, listed in Annex I of regulation (EU) 2018/1806

For more information, check the Foreign Affairs, Europe Union y Cooperation Ministry oficial site.


The Madrid timezone is Central European Time (UTC+1).


Temperature in March – Averages 11.3 - 16 degrees Celsius.


Business-casual attire is appropriate for all meeting events.


Telephone prefix: +34

You can get internet access in city hotels and guest houses and in some bars and restaurants.


Currency – Euro

The most widely accepted cards are Visa and MasterCard. Many times, there are also accepted Maestro and Amex cards. American Express and Diners Club are less widely accepted.


The customer has the option not to leave any tip. 

However, many restaurants expect around a 10% tip on each bill.


Power points are on alternating current and the supply is 220-230 volts. In Spain the power plug sockets are of type F.