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Cheap Flights to Madrid

How to find cheap flights to Madrid

Searching flights to Madrid? The prices on Skyscanner.co.il will turn your vacation in Spain into a fiesta! On selected dates you can find here direct flights for as low as $202 round trip, that’s less than ₪720. Prices vary depending on seat availability, the day of the week or month, and even the time when you confirm your booking, and they can change more than once a day.

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Airports with direct flights to Madrid

All flights from Israel to Madrid depart from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv. The trip takes about 5:30 hours.

What airlines fly to Madrid from Israel?

When you search cheap flights to Madrid from Israel, you can choose between Air Europa, EL AL, and Iberia. If you don’t mind to double your travel time, tickets prices may drop with connecting flights, such as Brussels Airlines via Brussels, Lufthansa via Munich, Pegasus Airlines via Istanbul, Swiss via Zurich and Wizz Air via Budapest.

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Madrid airport

Flights from Tel Aviv to Madrid arrive at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD), which is one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport has five passenger terminals named T1, T2, T3, T4, and T4S. An underground system connects the terminals. Air Europa operates at T1, EL AL, and Iberia at T4. Connecting flights with Pegasus and Wizz Air are serviced in T1, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa and Swiss passengers will arrive at T2.

The Spanish railway company, RENFE, connects the airport with Madrid airport through the local train network service "Cercanías" C1 line. You will find the station on the T4 floor -1 and is called Aeropuerto T4. There is a shuttle bus service from the other terminals. Single ticket tariff is €2.60, valid for one journey in the two hours after it is issued.

There are also buses to different destinations, including a night bus service. Metro line 8 takes 13-15 minutes to T1-T2-T3 metro station (first stop at the airport), and 20 minutes until the second metro station at the airport (the last stop), at T4.

When to go to Madrid?

The best thing in the southern part of Europe is the weather. When you book flights to Madrid in the winter, you should know that the temperatures are similar to Tel Aviv, 10-16 degrees during the day. July and August are warm, 33 degrees, with an endless sun.

What to see and do in Madrid?

If you are looking for crazy nightlife, a live music scene, who knows how many tapas bars, and warm, friendly locals, this city is probably one of the best destinations for your next vacation, even if it’s only for a weekend.

Madrid also has an intense cultural and artistic activity and boasts museums, galleries, and beautiful architecture. The rich history has left its mark on this magnificent city.

Sightsee by day, siesta in the afternoon then dine and dance the night away until the sun comes up - you have all the reason to find those cheap flights to Madrid and have the trip of your life.

This information is correct as of September 2017

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