Teatro de la Luz Philips Gran Vía

The Teatro opened its doors in 1944, consecrated in principle to the seventh art, under the denomination of Gran Vía Cinema. At the moment it is one of the most known rooms in the city of Madrid by its varied programming in the representation of successful plays. Now on October 19 & 20 is receiving the biggest student-organised conference on Young Entrepreneurship: GO Youth Madrid



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Sights & places you should see

Why Madrid?

Madrid’s tech scene is more global, ambitious, and professional than ever before. A young legion of innovators, supported by a growing Venture Capital scene, beats at the heart of a soulful city that knows how to do business, but most importantly, that knows how to live.

Where to stay

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Public Transport

From the Airport

Hereinafter, you will find a list of urban and intercity bus lines arriving to Madrid Barajas airport from Madrid city center and surroundings, as well as bus lines, leaving from the airport in direction to the city center, fairgrounds, main transfer stations and, neighboring towns and other provincial capitals (long-distance buses). There are bus stops at all terminals (but not all the lines stop at all terminals).

By Metro

There is a metro line from Madrid city to the airport terminal T4: Metro Mine 8 Nuevos Ministerios - Aeropuerto T4. The line has two metro station at the airport.