Chamartín and Atocha stations in Madrid are the most well-known in the whole of the city of Madrid. Chamartín, a modern station with a traditional feel, is more than a station: it has leisure centres, shops, and is home to the offices of several of the country's most prominent businesses.
A number of rail links join at the station, with a number of busy destinations covering some of the main lines: the Línea Imperial or Línea General del Norte (Madrid-Ávila-Valladolid-Burgos-Miranda de Ebro-Vitoria-San Sebastián-Irún) direct lines from Madrid-Barcelona or Madrid-Colmenar Viejo via Línea C-4 suburban trains, and the new high-speed line (L.A.V.) Madrid-León, opened in 2007.
Other main points of interest in the surrounding areas include highlights such as the Auditorio Nacional de la Música, a concert hall and home to the Orquesta Nacional de España, and the Museo de Ciencias Naturales - a museum dedicated wholly to promoting the sciences, with more than 6 million historic specimens. And let's not forget the Parque de Berlin or the Parque del Canal de Isabel II.
Other highlights are the Plaza de Castilla with the KIO Towers (The Gate of Europe), another key attraction, and the Santiago Bernabeú stadium, home to the world-renowned Real Madrid football team.
Although Chamartín station has an official car park close to the station, there are other parking options where you can park your car just minutes away, and you can easily reserve a space in advance from your phone with ElParking, at the best price.
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Book your parking space now if you need to park at Madrid Chamartín station, and forget about any last-minute rushing around on the day of your trip.