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|Destination Airport||Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||MAD|
|Destination City Name||Madrid|
Home to exquisite food, a vibrant arts scene, imposing architecture and legendary nightlife, Madrid really does have something for everyone. Book your flights to the Spanish capital now and experience this energetic city for yourself.
Summers in Madrid are hot, humid and busy. Museums, galleries, restaurants and bars in the city are full of locals and tourists and it can be sweaty work navigating your way around in the burning Spanish sun. As this is peak tourist season, flights to Madrid will be a little more expensive – so you’ll need to look hard if you want to bag a great deal.
The winter in Madrid is surprisingly cold and the city is generally a lot quieter and greyer between November and March. Hotels and flights are more affordable at this time of year. If you’re on a budget, this could be a good time to travel.
If you want cheap flights to Madrid but still want to enjoy warm weather and a lively city centre, book your trip in the spring or autumn months.
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Madrid-Barajas Airport is the busiest air hub in Spain and one of the busiest in Europe. Flights depart from and arrive at the terminal for destinations around the world, with both national carriers and low-cost airlines serving the airport.
Once you touch down you’ll find it easy to continue your journey to Madrid with a metro line and dedicated bus service serving the airport.
Madrid has a fast and efficient public transport system that makes getting around town quick and easy.
The city’s Metro network connects central areas with suburbs and outlying neighbourhoods, while buses also run on routes across the city. A suburban train network connects the city’s main train stations and taxis are also available throughout Madrid.
The centre of Madrid is small enough to navigate on foot, something that allows you to see a little more of the city and stop for drinks and snacks whenever the urge takes you.
Bike hire is also available in the Spanish capital, giving you the chance to explore the city on two wheels.
The most famous sight in Madrid is probably the Royal Palace, the largest palace in western Europe. Open to the public most of the year, the palace is home to a collection of artworks by masters including Velázquez, Goya, Giordano and Mengs. Once you’ve visited the palace, head out to explore its beautiful parks and gardens.
Just a 10-minute walk west of the Royal Palace is Madrid’s other most famous sight, Puerta del Sol. This vast pedestrianised square is surrounded by impressive buildings and is a fantastic place to soak up the city’s lively atmosphere on an early even stroll.
Madrid offers a number of travelcard options for tourist visiting the city. Buy a multi-day pass and make exploring the city even cheaper.