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Collado Villalba

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Collado Villalba
Flag of Collado Villalba
Coat of arms of Collado Villalba
Location in the Community of Madrid, Spain
Location in the Community of Madrid, Spain
Coordinates: 40°38′00″N 4°00′30″W / 40.63333°N 4.00833°W / 40.63333; -4.00833
Autonomous communityCommunity of Madrid
 • Total26.5 km2 (10.2 sq mi)
917 m (3,009 ft)
 • Total63,074
 • Density2,400/km2 (6,200/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
Area code(s)34 (Spain) + 91 (Madrid)
WebsiteOfficial website

Collado Villalba (Spanish pronunciation: [koˈʎaðo βiˈʎalβa]) is a municipality of the Community of Madrid, in central Spain. It is located 40.3 kilometres north-west of the city of Madrid, at an altitude of 917 meters above sea level. It has a population of 63,679 (2019), with a population density of about 2,400 per km². Collado Villalba has a hot summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen Csa).

I.E.S Lázaro Cárdenas of Collado Villalba conducts an annual student exchange program with Burlington High School in Burlington, Massachusetts. It has been managed by Professor Ramón José García Rubio for over 20 years. I.E.S María Guerrero has also started an exchange with Minervaskolan High School of Umeå, located 600 kilometres north of Stockholm, in Sweden. In addition to this school-to-school exchange, the municipality has been twinned since 1991 with the French city of Bègles, located in the Bordeaux metropolitan area in Southwestern France.

City Council
City Council

Public transport


Collado Villalba has its own train station, which gives service to lines C-3a (Aranjuez - El Escorial - Santa María de la Alameda), C-8 (Guadalajara - Cercedilla) and C-10 (Aeropuerto T-4 - Villalba) of Cercanías Madrid. It also gives service to long distance trains going to Salamanca, Ávila or Valladolid.


Collado Villalba has many bus lines, most of them connecting the town with Madrid.

  • 671: Madrid (Moncloa) - Moralzarzal
  • 672: Madrid (Moncloa) - Cerceda (through Mataelpino)
  • 672a: Madrid (Moncloa) - Cerceda
  • 673: Madrid (Moncloa) - Villalba
  • 681: Madrid (Moncloa) - Alpedrete
  • 682: Madrid (Moncloa) - Guadarrama
  • 687: Madrid (Moncloa) - Villalba (Bus Station)
  • 696: Villalba Hospital - Navacerrada
  • Night bus line 602: Madrid (Moncloa) - Villalba
  • Night bus line 603: Madrid (Moncloa) - Moralzarzal
  • Urban line 1: Train Station - Parque de La Coruña - City Center - Urbanizaciones
  • Urban line 2 (circular): Train Station - Parque de La Coruña - Health Center - Los Negrales - Train Station
  • Urban line 3: Train Station - El Gorronal - Villalba Hospital
  • Urban line 4: Train Station - Parque de La Coruña - City Center
  • Urban line 6: Train Station - Cantos Altos - City Center - Arroyo Arriba

See also

External links


  1. ^ Municipal Register of Spain 2018. National Statistics Institute.

This page was last edited on 7 June 2021, at 15:12
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