Flights Madrid - Paris

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Departure Mon, 12 Dec Return Wed, 14 Dec
MAD Madrid
BVA Paris
return from 38€
Departure Mon, 19 Dec Return Fri, 06 Jan
MAD Madrid
ORY Paris
return from 56€
Departure Mon, 19 Dec Return Fri, 06 Jan
MAD Madrid
CDG Paris
return from 65€
Departure Fri, 13 Jan Return Mon, 16 Jan
MAD Madrid
BVA Paris
return from 56€
Route information
Magical Paris is not only known for its monuments, but also for its historic cafes which are still around.
Cost of living comparison
Hotel
Average room price per night
58%

Accommodation is 58% more expensive in Paris than in Madrid.

Madrid
56.26 EUR
Paris
89.15 EUR
Train
Local, one-way ticket
20%

Trains are 20% more expensive in Paris than in Madrid.

Madrid
1.50 EUR
Paris
1.80 EUR
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
24%

The average meal is 24% more expensive in Paris than in Madrid.

Madrid
10.50 EUR
Paris
13.00 EUR
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
67%

Taxis are 67% more expensive in Paris than in Madrid.

Madrid
3.00 EUR
Paris
5.00 EUR
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
102%

Coffee is 102% more expensive in Paris than in Madrid.

Madrid
1.74 EUR
Paris
3.52 EUR

To and from the airports

Flights from Madrid

Madrid is the largest city in Spain and it is also the nation's capital. Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport serves Madrid as its only airport, and is commonly called Madrid-Barajas Airport. The airport is one of the oldest in western Europe, and it began its operations in 1931.

Cheap flights from Madrid to Paris take off from Madrid-Barajas Airport, which is conveniently located well within city limits. Madrid-Barajas Airport has four terminals, all of which are built in a modern style. Terminal 4 has been specially designed to calm the nerves of travelers and create a stress-free zone.

Getting to Madrid airport

Your flight to Paris will take off from Madrid-Barajas Airport and, as it is located just nine kilometers from the city, it can be easily accessed. Madrid Metro's Line 8 connects the city center with the airport. EMT bus 200 is another option if you are traveling from central Madrid to the airport. EMT buses also connect other parts of Madrid with the airport, and they are a cheap and convenient way to travel. The journey takes around 45 minutes, and you should plan to leave early. You can also easily hail taxis in Madrid, and they are not as expensive as they are in other European capitals.

Getting to Paris

Paris is not only known for its beautiful buildings and monuments, but also for its elegant cafes. In fact, an entire trip to Paris can be planned around its many cafes. Begin your day at Champs-Elysees, which is the most important street of the city. Discover the many cafes along this avenue and spend some time shopping. Head toward Le Marais for a more bohemian atmosphere. Cafe de la Paix on Boulevard des Capucines is a great place to discover the traditional art of coffee-drinking. Head toward Les Deux Maggots, the cafe where Sartre and other existential luminaries once philosophized. End your trip to Paris at The Hemingway Bar, a decadent place to drink.

Arriving to the city centre

Flights from Madrid to Paris may land at one of the many airports that serve the French capital. If you land at Charles de Gaulle Airport, hop on an RER B train to reach downtown Paris. If your flight lands at Orly Airport, you can take Tramway T7 or an RER B train. You can also hop on one of the RATP buses to reach the city center. Some flights may also land at Chalons Vatry Airport or Beauvais-Tille Airport. These airports are very far from the city and the only cheap way to reach the city is by getting on a train or shuttle bus service.