Flights Lisbon - Madrid

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Departure Tue, 12 Dec Return Thu, 14 Dec
LIS Lisbon
MAD Madrid
return from 46€
Departure Tue, 12 Dec Return Thu, 14 Dec
LIS Lisbon
MAD Madrid
return from 46€
Route information

Madrid is a cosmopolitan city with impressive attractions, modern infrastructure and cultural delights.

Currency and cost comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
3%

Trains are 3% more expensive in Madrid than in Lisbon.

Lisbon
1.45€
Madrid
1.5€
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
38%

The average meal is 38% more expensive in Madrid than in Lisbon.

Lisbon
8€
Madrid
11€
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
13%

A taxi fare in Madrid is 13% cheaper than in Lisbon.

Lisbon
3.45€
Madrid
3€
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
34%

Coffee is 34% more expensive in Madrid than in Lisbon.

Lisbon
1.26€
Madrid
1.69€
( Lisbon airports
  • ? Lisboa (LIS)
    How far from city centre: 5 kms
) Madrid airports
  • ? Adolfo Suárez Madrid - Barajas (MAD)
    How far from city centre: 13 kms
  • ? Torrejon (TOJ)
    How far from city centre: 24 kms
L Distance: 502 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Lisbon

Lisbon Portela Airport, also known as "Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport", is the main airport serving the city. The airport is the busiest in Portugal; it handled more than 20 million passengers in 2015. Lisbon airport features two passenger terminals and other essential facilities for traveler's convenience.

There are several regular flights from Lisbon to Madrid and you can easily snap up amazing deals on cheap flights, depending on how early you can book. The average flight time for non-stop flights is about 1 hour 20 minutes through Easyjet, Iberia and TAP Portugal. Connecting flights take about 3 hours via TAP Portugal with a stop-over in Porto.

Getting to Lisbon airport

Lisbon Portela Airport is located about seven miles from the city centre. The city has several transportation options such as bus, metro and taxi services. The inexpensive and fastest means of transport to Lisbon Airport is the Metro. From Saldanha station in the city centre, you can board a metro to the airport.

For bus travel, you can hop onto an Aerobus or city bus from the city centre to the airport. If you have a lot of luggage, you should take the Aerobus because it has large luggage racks on board. Taxis are a quick means of transport and you can pre-book a taxi for pickup from your location to the airport.

Getting to Madrid

Madrid has something to offer everyone. The city dazzles with its architecture, art and culinary delights. Home to Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid football teams, the cosmopolitan city is a perfect holiday destination for football lovers. The city features a wide range of art museums and galleries including the Reina Sofía National Museum and Art centre, which features several collections of artworks. Foodies can visit any of the gourmet restaurants and cafes in the city to sample the celebrated Spanish cuisine and wine. If you are a fashion lover, Madrid is home to major brands including Massimo Dutti, Mango and Zara.

Getting to the city centre

Once you've landed in Madrid-Barajas Airport, a wide range of options for onward travel are readily available. Several bus services run from the airport to the city centre and the rest of Spain. You can also opt for a suburban train ride, which connects the airport terminal T4 to some central locations in the city including Chamartin, Atocha, Principe Pío and Nuevos Ministerios. You will find official Madrid taxis at their ranks at the terminals for transfer to your location in the city. A number of car rental companies, including Avis, are available at the airport. You can hire a car if you plan to explore the city and beyond on your own.

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