Flights London - Madrid

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Departure Mon, 27 Feb Return Tue, 14 Mar
LHR London
MAD Madrid
return from 56€
Departure Thu, 02 Mar Return Sat, 11 Mar
STN London
MAD Madrid
return from 38€
Departure Thu, 16 Feb Return Thu, 02 Mar
LTN London
MAD Madrid
return from 55€
Departure Thu, 16 Feb Return Thu, 02 Mar
LCY London
MAD Madrid
return from 109€
Route information
Bohemian Madrid welcomes tourists with its baroque and gothic buildings, and a contemporary attitude.
Cost of living comparison
Average room price per night

Accommodation in Madrid is 32% cheaper than in London.

Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Madrid are 49% cheaper than in London.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Madrid is 43% cheaper than a meal in London.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi fare in Madrid is 27% cheaper than in London.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Madrid is 43% cheaper than in London.


To and from the airports

Flights from London

London is one of the greatest cities on the planet and a large commercial center. It is served by many airports but Heathrow and Gatwick airports are the most famous. There are also other airports such as Luton, Stansted and Southend, which are all located outside the city. Another airport that serves London is London City Airport.

To get from London to Madrid, you will need to note from which airport your plane is taking off. Heathrow Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. Gatwick Airport has been historically associated with London. Considering the size and stature of London, it is rightly served by six different airports.

Getting to London airport

Flights from London to Madrid may take off from any of the six airports that serve the city of London. If your plane is taking off from Gatwick, take the Gatwick Express from Victoria Station. To get to Heathrow, hop on Heathrow Express from Paddington Station. Southend and Stansted airports are in Essex so you will have to start early. London City Airport is already in the middle of the city. You can just take a cab from wherever you are to this airport. To reach Luton Airport, hop on a train from wherever you are in the center of London.

Getting to Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain and one of the most charming cities in Europe. It is known for its baroque architecture and medieval palaces. Begin your journey at the Royal Palace of Madrid, which is a baroque palace. The National Archaeological Museum is a great place to take a look at artifacts and collections from various periods of history. Head toward the Museum of the Americas for a rich awareness of American history and society. Malasana is a bohemian neighborhood famous for its cafes and restaurants. Toward evening, go to Puerta del Sol for a nightlife experience that rivals those of many world capitals.

Arriving to the city centre

Madrid Flights from London land at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Baraja Airport. This airport is close to Madrid city center at a mere nine kilometers away. If you want to reach Puerta del Sol, it is only 13 kilometers away. To get here, hop on a metro at the stations outside Terminals 2 and 4. Line 9 brings you directly to Nuevos Ministerios station. Another option is to get on Expres Aeropuerto shuttle bus, which runs all day and night. It also stops at various important locations in Madrid, such as Plaza de Cibeles. Taxis can also be hailed to reach the city center.