I will be in Madrid last weekend in October and plan to visit Parque de Atracciones (Sunday 30th) and Warner Bros Movie World (Saturday 29th). Last time I was there I travelled exclusively by road and didn't take much notice of public transport arrangements. However I recall that Warner Bros has its own rail station. I presume therefore it's relatively easy to get there (and back!) by rail from central Madrid? If anyone has any experience of doing this and/or detailed local knowledge I would be really grateful for some advice. Many thanks
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But you want the C3-A line and the Parque de Ocio (Leisure Park) stop.
You get the C3 line from Atocha and change onto the C3A at Pinto. (The C3A is a little spur off that only runs fropm Pinto to San Martin)
That website above will give you maps, timetables etc.
Excellent park IMHO.
Easy stuff (and the Parque de Atacciones is on the metro, just a short trip out of the city centre)
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