How to get from Madrid to Chinchón: Best options

Chinchón is a small town located about 45 kilometres southeast of Madrid, in the region of Las Vegas. It has a population of around 5,000 people and is considered one of the prettiest villages in the region.

The main reason to visit Chinchón is its architecture and history; you can discover the Clock Tower or the Castle of the Counts of Chinchón. In addition, the buildings in the old quarter surrounding the Plaza Mayor have been preserved over time and give you an idea of what life was like centuries ago, in 1974 they were declared a Historic-Artistic Site.

Other reasons to visit this Madrid town are its good gastronomy, its rural atmosphere and the nature that surrounds it. As you can see, Chinchón is a good place to spend a weekend.

In this article we provide you with a lot of useful information on how to get from Madrid to Chinchón. We tell you which are the best options, as well as their duration and price.

How to get from Madrid to Chinchón

There are several ways to get from Madrid to Chinchón. Below we explain in detail the two best options available: taxi and bus.


This is the fastest option, although it is also the most expensive. If you want to travel comfortably and quietly and not waste time on the journey, this is the best option for you. You will arrive at your destination in about 45 minutes. On our website you can book your transfer from Madrid to Chinchón by taxi or minivan from 81€ (if you are several people it would be between 10 and 25€ each).


The bus is another good option to go from Madrid to Chinchón. If you choose this means of transport you first have to get to Plaza de Conde de Casal, which is where the bus stop for the bus line that makes this route (337) is located. The ticket costs €5.10 and the journey takes between 45 and 55 minutes. The first bus leaves at 7:00 and the last one at 23:00. The frequency of journeys is approximately half an hour on weekdays, and one hour on weekends, public holidays and in August.