Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is also known as Madrid–Barajas Airport is the primary international airport in Madrid. Seen to be the second largest airport in Europe, it was seen to host approximately 61.8 million passengers in 2019 who travelled to Madrid, some of them to explore while mostly others visited to witness the rare match of Real Madrid vs Barcelona.
The Airport had cut the ribbons in 1928 and is seen to be one of the most preferred airports while visiting Spain. Located at a distance of 8 km from the city centre, this airport is named after the nearby district of Barajas which is used as a doorway to the Iberian peninsula. The airport boasts 5 terminals for the arrival and departure of the passengers which are T1, T2, T3, T4 and T4S. The airport initially had one terminal but due to the high number of fan following of the football club, it started entertaining a huge crowd, therefore increasing the terminals for the arrival and the departure.
This airport is nothing less than a city in itself, with numerous shopping stalls featuring high-end brands to small scale brands at a price like nowhere else, the multi-cuisine dining restaurants and bars with rare wine from Spain are something that every passenger must enjoy. The WiFi has excellent speed and entertains the passengers till the arrival of their flights, the airport lounges are made for people wandering around to wait for their flights. The passengers can enjoy various perks like the charging port, ATMs and cash machines to fill your pocket with cash before stepping into the alluring city, the currency exchange facility allows the foreigners to prevent themselves from getting looted by the local pawn shops for exchanging their currencies. The travellers can also enjoy the perks of fully equipped rooms on the airport to sleep or rest peacefully at the airport.