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Madrid - Chamartín - Clara Campoamor Train station

Madrid is a city that always deserves a second visit... And a third, a fourth and more! With OUIGO and its cheap train tickets to Madrid, you'll get to Madrid-Chamartin station in no time! Visiting the capital and living one of the thousand and one experiences it has to offer is within your reach. 


OUIGO's low-cost high speed makes it easy for you. Fancy a cultural weekend? A day of shopping? A musical on Gran Vía? Don't wait any longer to stroll through La Latina, Chueca or Malasaña, discover tre5asures in the Rastro or enjoy a calamari sandwich in the Plaza Mayor. 


Although we are not birds, we also fly and take you to Madrid in a comfortable, fast and fun way! You know: from Madrid to heaven and from OUIGO to Madrid's Chamartín station, the most important station in the north of the capital. 


Madrid awaits you with open arms for you to enjoy day and night. Wherever you go, OUIGO takes you further and further away. 



Address and opening hours for Madrid - Chamartín - Clara Campoamor train sttion


C/ Agustin de Foxa, s/n - 28036 Madrid


Monday to Sunday: 4:30am to 12:30 pm

Public holiday timetables

Monday to Sunday: 4:30am to 12:30 pm


Metro: L1 and L10

City buses (EMT): 5 and T62

Cercanias: C1, C2, C3, C4, C7, C8 and C10

Getting to Madrid - Chamartín - Clara Campoamor railway station


Madrid-Chamartín-Clara Campoamor station is located in the north of the city and is part of the Spanish high-speed network. It is very well communicated and can be reached by taxi, private car or any type of public transport: metro, bus or suburban railway. From Madrid-Chamartín-Clara Campoamor train station you can access any part of the capital or go to Barajas airport. 


Madrid - Chamartín - Clara Campoamor train station services 


Chamartín-Clara Campoamor offers many services: toilets, baby changing facilities, restaurants, ATMs, and even a hotel! If you want to move freely around the shopping area or the city, you can use the left-luggage service, which operates from 7am to 11pm. The station also has staff to assist disabled travellers, as well as adapted platforms, lifts and car parks. If you arrive by car, you can use the car park, as well as if you need to rent a vehicle. From the station you have access to the metro, buses and the taxi rank. 


Nearby highlights 

If you have time, you can visit the places of interest closest to Chamartín station in Madrid. A few minutes' walk away you will find some of the capital's most iconic and modern skyscrapers from where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the city. 

To the south, you can walk along the Paseo de la Castellana to the Plaza de Colón, where the famous Puerta de Europa and the KIO Towers stand out. And if you get hungry between all these skyscrapers, you can try the typical gastronomy in one of the bars you'll find along the way - you won't be disappointed! 


OUIGO's Tip 

Under the tracks of Chamartín station there is an old hall with platforms never trodden by passengers and a tunnel without rails through which no train has ever run. 

It is a forgotten project for a line that was to cross the city from north to south. And although it is planned to recover this hidden infrastructure in the future, for the moment it continues to sleep to the rhythm of the passing of passengers, oblivious to what lies beneath their feet.