A Guide to Malaga's Metro - Metro de Málaga

The construction of Malaga's Metro has taken five years of hard work and a certain amount of disruption for the citizens of the city, with blocked roads, noise and directional changes in streets, but as Henry Wadsworth said, "Good things come to those who wait". 

The official launch was welcomed on July 30th, 2014

Líneas 1 y 2 del metro de Málaga

Malaga's Metro Lines

The Metro has two Lines, L1 and L2, both of which run underground in the city centre. They converge in El Perchel, next to the RENFE railway station, María Zambrano, and the Central Bus terminal.

Malaga Metro Stations and routes

 
L1. Runs from El Perchel to Andalucia Tech, it is 6.7 Km long and has 11 stations.
 
L2. Runs from El Perchel to The Palacio de los Deportes, it is 4.6 Km long and has 7 stations
 
The Metro project has plans for an additional four lines, giving a total of six. Funding has just been approved for nearly all the proposed routes. 

Tickets and Prices of Malaga's Metro 

Máquinas expendedoras del metro de Málaga

There is a standard fare, on any one route regardless of the length of the journey

  • Price of a ticket for a standard journey or ‘Occasional’ ticket of 1 to 9 trips is €1.35.

  • Price of a journey using the Metro de Málaga ‘Monedero’ top up card is €0.82.

  • Price of a journey using Málaga Transport Consortium top up card is €0.82. If  you transfer to an urban or suburban public bus the transfer fare is €0.66.

  • People travelling with the Málaga Transport Consortium Large Family card will benefit from bigger discounts. 

  • The cost of issuing a Transport Consortium top up card is €0.30. 

‘Occasional’ Ticket:

This ticket can be charged with 1-9 trips. It's rechargeable and allows multi-validation, it can be used by multiple users provided that they travel together.

Malaga Metro ‘Monedero’ Card: 

This ‘wallet’ card is a rechargeable card and can be used to the value of credit that is loaded on to it. The minimum recharge is €5 and the maximum is €20. It allows multi validation and can be used by several people provided they travel together.

Málaga Transport Consortium Card:

This top-up card is issued by the Transport Consortium Malaga, and allows multi-validation. It's sold in the network of kiosks and tobacconists, and can be recharged in the vending machines in metro stations. It's a multimodal card that allows combined use in all public transportation systems, buses, trains and the metro. It also provides discounts for transfers to other urban transport systems in the Malaga area.

Where to Purchase tickets for Malaga's Metro

 
Each station has vending machines where you can buy your ticket or recharge the balance on your card.
 
You can pay with cash or credit cards and obtain receipts.
 
The machines are also accessible to people with disabilities, whether mobility or sensory.

Train Timetable

  • Monday to Thursday between 06.30 and 20.00 trains run every 7 ½ minutes.
  • Monday to Thursday between 20.00 and 23.00 trains run every 10 minutes.
  • On Friday between 06.30 and 20.00 trains run every 7 ½ minutes.
  • On Friday between 20.00 and 01.30 trains run every 10 minutes.
  • Saturdays between 07.00 and 01.30 trains run every 10 minutes.
  • On Sundays and holidays between 07.00 and 23.00 trains run every 10 minutes.

Malaga's Metro for the Cyclist

Zona habilitada para bicicletas en metro de Malaga

If you choose to get around Málaga by bike it's useful to know that you can also combine your excursions with an underground ride.

There is a parking area allowing a maximum of two bikes per train.

Malaga Metro for the Disabled

Asientos reservados para personas con movilidad reducida

Málaga is an accessible city, and therefore the means of transport are too.

Málaga Metro is equipped with a low-floor platform and offers lifts and escalators. There are areas reserved for wheelchairs and seats for passengers with reduced mobility.

Operating times:

Monday to Thursday from 06.30 to 23.00 hours
Friday from 06.30 to 01.30 hours
Saturdays from 07.00 to 01.30 hours
Sundays and public holidays from 07.00 to 23.00 hours

Contact:

Tel: 902 11 22 33
Email: info@metromalaga.es
Website: http://metromalaga.es  
(All images provided by: Agencia de Obra Pública de la Junta de Andalucía)

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