Bus and tourist coaches parking in Madrid, 20 Calle Ruiz De Alarcón, Spain.
If you know this place, please add pictures, descriptions and recommendations via the comment form. It will also be useful to other tour bus colleagues.
Tourist bus parking areas are extended parking areas. There are paid or free. There are car parks that require special permits to park a tourist bus. They can be supervised, in a few of the times they even have toilets. They are hardly located in the city center. So usually tourists are brought closer to the center, using the tourist bus stops, and then they go to park in these rest areas. Unfortunately, most of them will not find services for drivers and therefore remain quite isolated. Some cities, on the other hand, care about the drivers who bring them tourists and in return, offer them free services such as: toilets, shuttles to the city center, etc.
Find convenient and reliable parking for your tour bus with exclusive access to our real-time updated interactive map of coach bus parking lots, hop-on hop-off stops, and checkpoints.