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Cheap Flights to Madrid

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The fares for the last-minute flights to Madrid increases substantially. If you have a planned trip, consider booking your plane tickets to Madrid at least 21-days ahead of the scheduled departure.

Madrid Fact File

Country: Spain
Population:    3,223,334
Currency: Euro
Language: Spanish, Arabic

Airport in Madrid

Madrid-Barajas Airport

Airport Code: MAD
Location: The airport is 9 km (6 mi) from the city's financial district and 13 km (8 mi) northeast of the Puerta del Sol or Plaza Mayor de Madrid
Ground Transportation: Local bus, shuttle, van, renal taxis

Airlines operating flights to Madrid

Here is a list of airlines flying to Madrid from US cities or airports.

  1. Aer Lingus
  2. Air Canada
  3. Air Canada
  4. Air Europa
  5. Air France
  6. Alitalia
  7. American Airlines
  8. Austrian Airlines
  9. British Airways
  10. Brussels Airlines
  11. Finnair
  12. Iberia
  13. KLM
  14. Lufthansa
  15. Qatar Airways

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When you compare flights, keep an eye on the flight duration, stopover time, baggage allowances and other factors. This will help you to not just find a cheap airfare to Madrid but also the best air travel experience.

Nonstop Flights to Madrid

The options for direct flights to Madrid are not many. Except a few airlines like British Airways and Iberia, all others operate primarily one-stop or two-stop flights to Madrid. One-way flights to Madrid or round-trip ones, to save time, you should consider booking nonstop flights.

About Madrid

Being the capital of the largest city of Spain. Madrid is cosmopolitan city which makes a very impressive combination, consist with modern infrastructures and also the economic, financial, service centre and also the administrative are very solid here. The Madrid is a city of large culture, artistic and heritage. It was located at northeast Iberian Peninsula which is the middle of the Castilian plateau at an average altitude of 650m. In Madrid all the famous tourist spots are located in the middle of the city and most of the tourist spots are neighbor including Puerta Del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Palacio Real, and Plaza de Colon. The most attractive thing is art and also culture play a key role of Madrid's cultural life. More than 60 museums reflect the Madrid's culture. Main Highlights are Prado Museum, one of the world's most important art galleries.

Top Attractions in Madrid

1. The Prado Museum

Such a tremendous museum. The Prado Museum has world-class collection which was 5,000 paintings

that adversary the Louvre collection in Paris. The majority of the masterpieces collection of Spanish painting from 12th century to the 19th century. The collection also covers French, British, Italian, Flemish and German printings and also Neoclassical Italian sculptures.

 

2.Royal Palace and Gardens

The Royal Place and Gardens is the Spanish version of Versailles. In Madrid this world-class royal court designed for impress. This place is entirely makes with granite and white columnar stone. Royal Palace was built in 18th century by the Philip V. The majestic neoclassical facade features Ionic columns and Doric pilasters which is based on masterpiece drawing that the sculptor Bernini originally intended for the Louvre in Paris.

 

3.Plaza Mayor

The Plaza Mayor as the 17th century plaza which was built in the period of Philip III. This Plaza center of the commerce and municipal life. The Plaxa Mayor also a venue for bullfights, dramatic performances and knightly tournaments.

 

4. Puerta del Sol: The Heart of the City

The name of the Puerta del Sol was given after the sun emblem on the old city gate. Puerta del Sol also known as The Heart of the City. The most attractive point of this place is the town square aligns with the rising sun.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit in Madrid was late spring and early fall. From middle of the march to October. In Spain days are very long because Spain is a city of daylight. The surprising thing is in the mid-June to mid-July the sun set was done at 10 PM. The Spain is allowing plenty of this time to visit the city.