Madrid Metro Map
The Madrid Metro is one of the biggest subway networks in Europe and in the world. Made of 13 lines, it goes through 301 stations, 1 short from the Paris Subway, which is the metro network with the most stations in Europe. Most of the neighbourhoods of Madrid and its suburbs are accessible with the metro, as well as Madrid-Barajas Airport. If you want to have a look on it, here is the Madrid Metro Map.
Madrid Metro Lines
Line 1 runs from Pinar de Chamartín to Valdecarros. It is the Blue Line on the metro map.
Line 2 operates between Cuatro Caminos and Las Rosas stations. It is labelled on the subway map with the red color.
Line 3 runs between Moncloa station and El Casar. You can recognize it on the map with its yellow color.
Line 4 operates from Argüelles to Pinar de Chamartín station. It is the Brown Line on the map.
Line 5 operates between Casa de Campo and Alameda de Osuna stations. You can recognize it on the map with its light green color.
Line 6 runs in a loop between Lucero and Laguna stations. It is the Gray Line on the metro map.
Line 7 runs from Pitis station to Hospital del Henares. It is labelled on the metro map with the orange color.
Line 8 operates between Nuevos Ministerios and the airport. It is the Pink Line on the map.
Line 9 runs between Paco de Lucía and Arganda del Rey stations. You can recognize it on the map with its magenta color.
Line 10 operates from Hospital Infanta Sofía to Puerta del Sur. Line 10 is the Dark Blue Line on the map.
Line 11 runs from Plaza Elíptica station to La Fortuna. It is labelled on the metro map with the dark green color.
Line 12, also called MetroSur, runs in a loop between Puerta del Sur and San Nicasio stations. You can recognize it on the map with its yellow-green color.
The Ramal links stations Ópera and Príncipe Pío together. It is the R Line on the metro map.