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London Madrid

The flight between London and Madrid takes less than two and a half hours. There are over 30 airlines operating flights to Madrid from London, with departures from all its airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, London City Airport, Luton Airport and Southend. Most London - Madrid flights are direct. However, some airlines make a stopover in major cities such as Paris, Zurich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam or Lisbon. While the stopovers may increase your travelling time, you can get yourself an incredibly good flight deal from London - Madrid. Use our online flight comparison tool to find the flight offer that suits your schedule best for your London - Madrid flight. It takes only 12 minutes to get from Barajas Airport to the city centre by metro. However, you can also take the Airport Express Bus, book the Aerocity specialised taxi service or take the AresMobile VIP service and arrive in Madrid in style. If you prefer, you can also rent a car or simply take a taxi. Tip: If you decide to take a regular taxi go to the taxi ranks. Taxi drivers inside the terminal are often illegal and you might get ripped off.

Cheap London - Madrid Flights

To travel between London and Madrid at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Madrid flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Madrid flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Madrid 1 Historic Centre

Although there are several monuments scattered across the city, in the historic centre you can admire the majestic architecture of the Royal Palace and visit its enchanting gardens as well as the lovely Sabatini Gardens. In front of the Palace you'll find the Royal Theatre and to the right, the Plaza de la Armerķa and the Cathedral of Almudena.

2 Madrid's museums

If you love art, you'll be spoilt for choice with all the museums Madrid has to offer. The Prado Museum is one of the most important museums in the world, boasting an amazing collection of paintings by renowned artists as well as drawings, sculptures and other art objects. Both the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen Museum are also worth visiting for their admirable art collections.

3 Unwind and have fun

The Parque del Retiro is the perfect place for you to lie down on the grass, catch some sun and unwind or even go for a boat ride. Whether you visit Madrid with children or not, you can have a fun-packed day at the zoo, aquarium and the amusement park.

4 Eating in Madrid

When in Madrid be sure to sample some famous tapas. The city boasts restaurants to cater for all tastes and thanks to the savings from your cheap flight from London -Madrid you could treat yourself with some delicious Spanish food.

5 Madrid by night

Madrid is well-known for its buzzing nightlife. From restaurants with flamenco shows, the esplanade cafes of the Plaza Mayor and the pubs of Calle Huertas to amazing after-hours discos, the city never sleeps. Get yourself a flight from London - Madrid and enjoy "La Movida" 24 hours a day.

Required travel documents for Spain

For your flight between London and Madrid you'll need a valid passport. The good news is no visas are required. The time difference is only one hour ahead and there are three tourist offices in the airport, namely in terminals 1, 2 and 4, so you can get the map of the city and start enjoying "La Movida de Madrid" the moment you set foot on the city.