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Cheap Flights from Miami International to Madrid

Flight information Miami International to Madrid

cheapest roundtrip price from Miami International to Madrid last month

6

airlines fly non-stop from Miami International to Madrid

29

flights a week from Miami International to Madrid

8h 15min

average flight time from Miami International to Madrid, total distance 4420 miles

Iberia

was the most popular airline flying from Miami International to Madrid last month

1 airport

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Flying out of Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport is located in an unincorporated part of Miami-Dade, just a short drive away from the beaches and nightlife of the city. Miami International is also the major airport serving the area, and it is where most flights to and from the city originate.

The Miami International Airport is home to a large number of airlines, including all the major American carriers and many international carriers as well. Visitors going to Madrid will find a number of options, including flights by both domestic and international carriers. Flying time to Madrid is approximately 8 and a half hours, and there are generally eight flights per day making the international journey.

Budget-minded travelers may be able to save some money by choosing a connecting flight instead of a direct one. Connecting flights obviously take longer to reach Madrid, but they can also be more economical.

Travelers may be able to save even more by flying out of nearby Fort Lauderdale. Although it is not as convenient for Miami residents, the savings available on Fort Lauderdale to Madrid fares may make the extra driving worthwhile.

Madrid Airport Options

When booking travel from Miami to Madrid, travelers will have a choice of airports. The city of Madrid is served by a number of airports, but the largest is Madrid-Barajas Airport. This large airport serves the vast majority of international travelers, and chances are this is where you will arrive.

Madrid-Barajes is located near the city center, and it is accessible through public transportation and private taxis and car services. Arriving visitors should consult the signs in the airport for directions to ground transportation. Many hotels in Madrid provide courtesy shuttles, making getting to town even easier.

Tips for Travelers to Madrid

The city of Madrid is known for its vibrant nightlife, its friendly people and its exceptional food. Visitors should be sure to check out the many tapas bars, with their array of fine foods and local appetizers. People watching is another favorite activities for both visitors and residents, so carve out some time to sit in a local park and watch the world go by.

Madrid is also home to some of the most spectacular artwork on the planet, and some of the best works can be found at the Prado Museum. The Prado is home to some of the best works of medieval art, along with a fine assortment of more modern works. This vast museum is a must for any art lover, and a wonderful place to start your Madrid journey. The city is also crisscrossed by a network of tourist buses, and these are great for getting the lay of the land. Once you know your way around, you can travel easily on the extensive network of buses and subways that make up Madrid’s excellent public transportation network.

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