Lines C7 and C10 go to Aravaca Station. From there it is a 15-minute walk.
Number 657 from Moncloa Intercambiador (connects with Metro Lines 3 and 6 ) drops you directly at the school. Stop name: Calle America stop is after Carretera Aravaca/ Humera or the 657A which is an express bus that will drop you at the shopping center Zielo,
If you are coming from the city center, take Line 3, 4 or 6 to Moncloa Intercambiador where you will take Autobus 657 or to ASM or the 657A which is an express bus that will drop you at the shopping center Zielo, across from the school. (see schedule above).
Metro in Madrid
Madrid has the largest and oldest metro system in Spain with 13 lines (plus one branch) and 300 stations covering most of the city, operating from 6 am until 1:30 am and used by some three million people daily.
The fare is €2.00 per journey for most lines or €12.20 for a 10-journey ticket.
30-day or annual season tickets are available for young people aged under 23 (abono joven), commuters (abono normal) and for pensioners over 65 (abono tercera edad). Season tickets offer exceptionally good savings for unlimited travel on public transport including the underground, city buses and local trains (cercanías).
A free map (plano del metro) showing the lines in different colors is available from ticket offices. Tickets are sold at station ticket booths and from machines.
The metro is easy to use; simply note the end station of the line you want and follow the signs. When entering or leaving a train, car doors must be opened manually by pressing a button or pulling a lever. Apart from Sundays and late at night, trains run every five to eight minutes (more frequently during rush hour), although no timetable is published.
Comprehensive information regarding the metro is available by phone (902 444 403 from 7:00 A.M to 11:00 P.M.) https://www.metromadrid.es/en