Flights to Madrid (ES)

Madrid - whether it's live concerts on the famous Plaza Mayor or the fabulous shopping or the unparallelled museums - is the heart of Spain. The capital of Spain is also the largest city, boasting Madrid-Barajas Airport with daily scheduled flights to North America, as well as extensive connections throughout Europe and Africa. Upon arriving, let Madrid delight you with its natural charm and explore all it has to offer. The Golden Museum Triangle is an area comprising of 3 major museums showcasing some of the finest pieces of international art and Spanish art, history and culture. The Royal Palace is another site you won't want to miss, as it is home of the current royal family and showcases some of the most marvelous architecture in Spain. The Plaza Mayor is the cultural centre of Madrid and offers many attractions such as concerts, bull-fights and markets. Of course a trip to Madrid wouldn't be complete without experiencing the shopping and there is certainly no shortage, as the city is lined with some of the most prestigious shops and unique venues in the world.

Regardless of whether you're looking for world class shopping and accommodations or adventure and excitement, Spain is the perfect destination. With a landscape as diverse as the people, the country has something to offer every traveller. Spain is often considered one of the most exotic regions in Europe, due to its relaxed lifestyle, unique cuisine and world renowned festivities. Areas such as Seville, Granada and the Canary Islands are some of the most popular destinations in the country and each have unique culture and history to share with guests. For anyone looking for excitement and culture, Spain is the perfect destination.
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Places of interest

  • Almudena Cathedral
  • Reina Sofía Museum
  • Plaza Mayor
  • Royal Palace of Madrid
  • Museo del Prado

More info about your Madrid city trip

  • Madrid Tourist Information
  • Plaza Mayor 27
  • 28014 Madrid
  • Tel. (+34) 902 10 00 07

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DateType of TripAirline Rating Price pp from
1. London-Madrid
25/02 - 28/02/2017 London-Madrid Ryanair
2. Manchester-Madrid
17/11 - 18/11/2016 Manchester-Madrid Aer Lingus
3. Bristol-Madrid
27/03 - 30/03/2017 Bristol-Madrid Lowcost-Airline
4. Birmingham-Madrid
25/11 - 27/11/2016 Birmingham-Madrid Aer Lingus
5. Aberdeen-Madrid
26/12 - 05/01/2017 Aberdeen-Madrid British Airways
6. Liverpool-Madrid
29/11 - 07/01/2017 Liverpool-Madrid Multiple Carriers
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Because of its inland location Madrid can get very hot in the summer, with average high temperatures reaching to the mid thirties Celsius. It can also get very cold in winter, with lows just above zero degrees Celsius. For these reasons, combined with the summer crowds, many people prefer to visit in spring or autumn. At these times of year the climate is more equable, though still very pleasant, and spring flowers and autumn leaves fill the city with colour.


High street clothing and shoe shops, and the department store El Corte Inglés, can be found in the busy pedestrianised zone of Puerta del Sol. Nearer to the grand architecture of Gran Vía, the shops become more upmarket. Upscale boutiques such as Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel and Gucci can also be found in the Salamanca district. For traditional shops, one of the best places in Madrid to head is Austrias next to Plaza Mayor.


Madrid offers some spectacular cuisine, from authentic Spanish dishes to international fare. Castilian dishes include cocido Madrileño, a meat and chickpea stew, and cochinillo asado, roasted pig. There is also plenty of tapas on offer, often given free when drinks are purchased. Popular Spanish eateries include Pan de Lujo, Ribeira do Miño and the flamenco restaurant La Corral de la Morería. For international cuisine, there is everything from Japanese restaurants such as Nagoya to Lieu Restaurante, offering French fare with a Spanish twist. Lavapiés is good for cheap international food.


Nightlife in Madrid can be sedate or lively, with many outdoor cafes and restaurants turning into outdoor clubs later on. Plaza Santa Ana is a popular area and the narrow, winding streets of La Latina, the city’s oldest neighbourhood, is another great spot for tapas bars. Like most places in Spain, the locals tend to go out late and stay out late, with many clubs not livening up until the early hours.

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