Accessible Madrid

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  • Accessible tourism guides
  • Accessible accommodation
  • Accessible public transport
  • Useful links

Madrid is a top tourist destination, offering everything from art and culture to leisure and sports, as well as restaurants, shops and green spaces. There are so many places to go, so many things to do… And the city continues to improve its accessibility provisions so that all visitors can make the most of their trip to the Spanish capital.

The Madrid Council, in conjunction with Predif (an NGO representing people with disabilities) and other tourism organisations, has developed the Accessible Travel Guide, containing information on tourist sights for disabled visitors.

Madrid Accessible To You Guide

The Madrid City Council Tourism Department has put together this guide which you can download here in collaboration with PREDIF. It features eight accessible tourism routes that invite us to explore the city: the Landscape of Light; el Madrid de los Austrias; Along Calle Alcalá; Barrio de las Letras; El Retiro Park and Barrio Salamanca; Between Chueca and Malasaña; Princesa-Moncloa; and Atocha and the Surrounding Area. Each one includes a brief description of the walkable pedestrian route in question, as well as “tips” or suggestions, a map of the route, and a list of seven tourism resources (such as museums, monuments, squares, gardens…) with accessibility information about them that we recommend you visit along the way.

Furthermore, the guide provides information that is useful when planning your trip such as accessible guided tours, personal assistant services, support products for sale or for hire, the accessibility of the transport network, travel agencies specialising in accessible tourism… and so much more.

Available in both Spanish and English, it has been made into an accessible PDF that can be used by persons who are visually impaired. The paper edition contains information in braille and large fonts and also includes QR codes that allow you to download information in the language of your choice and to connect to the TUR4all platform.

- Map of Madrid for people who are sight impaired


Seven Experiences of accessible tourism in the region of Madrid

Guía Siete experiencias de turismo accesible Comunidad de Madrid

The Region of Madrid, in collaboration with the State Representative Platform for People with Physical Disabilities, has put together a digital guide, available in English and Spanish.

  • Get around the city easily, quickly and economically with our tourist travel card which gives unlimited use of all public transport.

    Tourist Travel Pass
  • Abono Transporte Turístico Madrid
  • Company specialised in leisure and tourism services for persons with disabilities or reduced mobility, as well as the sale and rental of personal mobility products.

    Accessible Madrid
  • Accessible Madrid


The city’s new official sightseeing and tourist travel pass.

An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.