As Spain's largest city, and as Europe's third largest, Madrid will be proudly welcoming delegates from all over the world for URJCmun. A vibrant cultural scene, an outstanding cuisine and a sparkling weather makes the Spanish capital one of the most complete and entertaining host cities.
Madrid is easily reachable from the vast majority of European capitals and from several other cities outside the continent, acting as a hub between Europe and America.
The Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport caters for the whole region of Madrid, as well as for the surrounding bigger cities. It has five terminals and handles more than 50 million yearly passengers.
Madrid is reachable by train from practically anywhere in Spain, as well as from Portugal and France. Its two major stations are Madrid-Atocha and Madrid-Chamartín, which cater for the southern and northern parts of the city, respectively.
Several bus and coach companies operate to and from Madrid, connecting the city to the rest of Spain and abroad. Many cities and towns that lack rail network connection to Madrid can easily reach it within some hours on the bus.