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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Madrid?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $76 and $236 for one-way flights to Madrid for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGW Madrid Feb 3 - Feb 10 $76
FRA Madrid Mar 1 - Mar 8 $94
FCO Madrid Mar 2 - Mar 3 $94
MIA Madrid Apr 8 - Apr 22 $429
JFK Madrid Apr 3 - Apr 12 $450
SCL Madrid Feb 6 - Mar 14 $478
UIO Madrid Feb 18 - Feb 25 $500
MEX Madrid Feb 11 - Feb 18 $569
LIM Madrid Apr 15 - Apr 20 $589
LAX Madrid Mar 10 - Mar 30 $626
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGW Madrid Jan 29 - Feb 7 $76
FRA Madrid Jan 31 - Feb 1 $106
FCO Madrid Jan 29 - Feb 5 $118
MIA Madrid Jan 30 - Feb 6 $497
JFK Madrid Jan 30 - Feb 10 $521
UIO Madrid Jan 30 - Apr 23 $534
MEX Madrid Jan 30 - Jun 1 $570
LIM Madrid Jan 31 - Mar 8 $697
LAX Madrid Jan 31 - Feb 13 $736
SCL Madrid Jan 31 - Feb 1 $1,044
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Madrid Flight Information

Traveling toMadrid
Lowest Price$76
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingAir Canada, TAP Portugal
Number of Daily Flights
Airlines with Direct Flights

FAQs about Flights to Madrid Airport

If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I change my booking to a later date?

For more info about changing your flight to Madrid–Barajas Airport, please visit our Customer Service Portal.

What airport is best to fly into Madrid?

There are two airports in Madrid. If you jet into Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD), you'll be 8 mi from the center of the city. A second option is Madrid-Torrejon Airport (TOJ), approximately 12 mi from the bright lights of the downtown area.

Where to stay in Madrid

Spain's lively capital has 9,806 properties waiting to welcome you. Take a look through our considerable collection, pick out your best option and start packing your suitcase for Madrid!

Stylish rooms, quality amenities and fabulous service are what you'll discover when you book the Hotel Liabeny or the Eurostars Casa de la Lírica. If you're simply looking for a cosy space to catch those Zs, don't stress! We've got options for you too. The Hostal Victoria II and the Hotel El Mirador Puerta del Sol are some thrifty alternatives.

If you're contemplating visiting Prado Museum, you might want to stay in the surrounding area. The Museo del Prado Madrid Centro and the Charming Museo del Prado are just a short stroll away, so you can be sure you won't miss out on any of the action!

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Madrid

Make your flight to Madrid that little bit easier by reading over these helpful tips and pointers:

  • Make sure your boarding pass and travel ID are easily accessible. You'll need to present them straightaway.
  • It's important to know that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be asked to remove it before moving on.
  • Electronic devices such as laptops, tablets and phones are always sent through the X-ray machine separately. Be sure to have them within easy reach.
  • Traveling with a favorite cologne or perfume? As long as it contains no more than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's placed in a clear resealable plastic bag, you can keep it with you in your carry-on luggage.
  • Hiking footwear and other bulky shoes are usually X-rayed at the security checkpoint. We suggest wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Razors and knives are not permitted on board the aircraft. Pack them in your checked luggage to avoid leaving them at the airport security checkpoint.

Flights To Madrid

With an unmatched respect for yesteryear and a keen eye on tomorrow, Madrid is a living history book, urging you to experience it—page after unforgettable page. Classic architecture mixes with modern art, traditional flavors are coupled with contemporary cuisine, and antique shops stand next to cutting edge boutiques. Madrid is the center of the country that was once the center of the world, and its mixture of Spanish historical significance and modern-day attractions testifies to how important the city has remained throughout the millennia. Flights to Madrid, Spain will land at the Madrid International Airport (MAD) and from there, you'll experience an old and new world filled with amazing nightlife, gorgeous castles, natural wonders, and so much more. Plus, when you book your airfare to Madrid through Travelocity, you’ll save a Spanish galleon-worth of cash.

Transportation from MAD

You've booked tickets to Madrid—where do you go next? Fortunately, hotels near Madrid International Airport are close to some of the greatest sites in the entire country. From your hotel, you'll have easy access to the M-11, M-50, M-21, and several other important roadways. You'll also find one of the lengthiest metro systems in Europe, and Metro line 8 will take you from the terminals into the city. You can always rent a car from the terminal if you want to get around on your own. If you'd rather not drive in the busy and expansive city, there are more than 16,000 licensed taxi drivers in Madrid, as well as express airport buses that leave MAD at regular intervals.

Hotels Near MAD

Once your flights to Madrid land, you’ll undoubtedly want to check in at your hotel and freshen up before you start exploring the heart of the Iberian Peninsula. Here are some of our favorite hotels near MAD airport:

  • Hotel Atlantico Madrid – This luxurious four-star hotel pampers you with its impeccable service from the moment you walk through its magnificent grand lobby. In addition to well-appointed guestrooms, patrons enjoy free Wi-Fi, a complimentary breakfast buffet, and spectacular views from the Gran Via and Real rooftop terraces.
  • Regina – Mirroring Madrid’s mix of tradition and technology, the Regina spoils its guests with lavish amenities that include a virtual concierge, chic décor, and state-of-the-art conference technologies—all wrapped in a historical building that boasts a storied past. Be sure to sample some of the vintages from the on-site wine cellar with your meal at the hotel’s award-winning restaurant.
  • The Westin Palace, Madrid – Art lovers will love the location of the iconic Palace. Situated in the heart of the Triangle of Art, guests of this lavish property find themselves in walking distance of the Prado, Reina Sofia, and Thyssen Museums. In addition to the posh décor and upscale guestrooms, the hotel has five distinguished on-site restaurants and bars.
  • Hotel Ritz – It you’ve ever wanted to spend the night in a royal castle, but just don’t have the proper bloodline, the Ritz offers you an equivalent experience. Surrounded by the green oasis of Plaza de la Lealtad, the property is unrivaled in terms of elegance and stately grandeur. Dine with Madrid’s social elite at the renowned Goya Restaurant and Terrace, then celebrate like a celebrity into the wee hours with Champagne and caviar at the Krug Bar.

Things to Do Near MAD

There are so many things to do in and around Madrid—even if you are only in town for a few hours on a layover—you’ll want to visit these amazing attractions near MAD airport:

  • Museums – Take yourself on an art history tour at three of the world’s most prominent museums. Appreciate a Titian at the Prado, gaze upon a Cézanne at the Thyssen, and drool over a Dalí at the Reina Sofia.
  • Plaza Santa Ana Square – In between stops at the museums, recharge your batteries in this idyllic European plaza. Nibble on some snacks at a tapas bar, enjoy a cup of coffee at a terrace café, or get to the bottom of a pint at a local pub.

Enjoy Beautiful Madrid

When you purchase Travelocity vacation packages that include cheap flights to Madrid plus hotel accommodations, you'll find something for absolutely everyone. If you adore feudal history and want to learn more about medieval knights, you can check out the Castle of Villaviciosa de Odon or the Castle of Batres. Of course, you'll also want to immerse yourself in Spanish culture by visiting the Market of San Miguel at least once. If you want to enjoy Madrid like a local, check out the serene surroundings of Casa de Campo park. Before you visit the country, make sure to search the more than 400 airlines and 510,000 hotels worldwide provided by Travelocity for the best deals. From Madrid flights to the most well-reviewed hotels in the country, Travelocity has everything you'll need to secure airfare and accommodations for a spectacular Spain vacation.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.