The perfect location

Madrid itself is a hugely vibrant destination, described by many as the city that really knows how to live. It has evolved into one of the great culinary capitals of Europe, showcasing the many varieties of food from every region of Spain. Its central location on the Iberian Peninsula makes it easily accessible from all parts of Spain and Portugal, as well as further afield. Just 10 minutes from the airport, it is one of the most accessible international venues in Europe.


The Venue

Organic Food Iberia will be held at IFEMA, in Hall 14. Address: Av. Partenón, 5, 28042 Madrid, Spain

GPS Coordinates:

40°27’49.9″N 3°36’57.7″W

40.463872, -3.616036


By car

Feria de Madrid is linked by road to Madrid’s major access routes and ring roads: the M11 (Exits 5 and 7), the M40 (Exits 5, 6 and 7) and the A2 (Exit 7). The South, North and East Entrances to the exhibition complex provide direct access to the various parking areas.


By plane

The Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez airport is located only 10 minutes from the exhibition complex, and just 15 kilometres from the city centre, with which it is connected by Metro (Airport station T-1, T-2 and T-3). Now a top international airport, boasting a new fourth terminal airport stationT-4, it guarantees daily connections from Feria de Madrid to all Spain’s cities and to those throughout the world.


By metro


Access to Feria de Madrid is possible from anywhere in the city by means of Feria de Madrid station on Line 8, whose exit is at the South Entrance of the complex. Line 8 also connects the exhibition complexes with the different terminals of Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport.

Line 8 has connections with other Metro lines at Nuevos Ministerios, Colombia and Mar de Cristal, which means it is within easy reach of any part of Madrid.


Municipal Transport Company (EMT) City Buses:

A wide bus network provides access to Feria de Madrid from different points in the city.

There are two city bus lines run by the Municipal Transport Company (EMT):

Line 112: Mar de Cristal-Barrio del Aeropuerto

Line 122: Avenida de América-Feria de Madrid

Intercity buses:

There is Line 828: Universidad Autónoma-Alcobendas-Feria de Madrid-Canillejas.



There are two taxi ranks or waiting areas inside the IFEMA facilities: one at the South Gate (main access to the Exhibition Centre) and another at the North Gate (North Conventions Centre).

Occasionally, when the number of events requires it, there is a third rank at the East Side, across from the back of Hall 6 and next to Hall 14.



The closest station is Valdebebas, located on Avenida de las Fuerzas Armadas (Line C-1) from which it takes around 35 minutes on foot to reach the exhibition centre.

Similarly, from Nuevos Ministerios station there is a direct connection to Metro Line 8.

Public Transport Travel Tickets:

The Multi Card is a non-personal prepaid contactless public transport card, then multi-person, running for 10 years, containing those non-profile tickets from the fare system service of the Madrid Region.

All tickets in the public transport system (with exceptions) can be loaded in the two modalities of contactless cards: The Public Transport Personal Card and the Multi Card, which can contain up to three different types of tickets.

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