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Why Fly to Madrid?
Spain's capital is also the country’s largest city. Cosmopolitan and vibrant, it is home to world-class cultural attractions, excellent restaurants and great shopping.
During the day, visitors can enjoy tapas and people watching at the pavement cafés that line its glorious plazas. By night the city comes alive with a multitude of entertainment options and an exciting live music scene. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Madrid.
Flying to Madrid from the UK
Madrid is a hugely popular destination with British travellers and as such many UK airports operate flights to the city making it easy to find cheap flight offers. It is possible to fly direct to Madrid from a number of UK airports including London Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and Gatwick, as well as Liverpool, Bristol, Edinburgh and Birmingham. From many other UK airports it is possible to get flights with one or more stops. Typically, non-stop flights from the UK take around 2.5 to 3 hours.
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Which Airlines Fly to Madrid?
A good number of carriers, including low-cost airlines fly to Madrid from UK airports, meaning it is often possible to find cheap flight deals. Easyjet fly to Madrid from Edinburgh, Liverpool, Bristol, London Gatwick and Luton. Ryanair operate flights from London Gatwick and Stansted. Air Europa, Iberia, British Airways and Spanair also offer direct flights to Madrid from selected UK airports. A number of scheduled airlines also offer indirect flights to Madrid. KLM tend to fly via Amsterdam, while Air France go via Paris.
Mini Travel Guide to Madrid
The central district, Centro, is home to historical attractions and architecture, grand plazas, fine restaurants and local markets. Head to the pavement cafés of the stunning Plaza Mayor for a spot of people watching, or to La Latina for excellent tapas and its famous Sunday market at El Rastro.
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