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Flights from Liverpool to Madrid

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Offering something for everyone to enjoy, Madrid is a hugely popular city break destination for couples, families, friends and even stag and hen dos. You can discover this beautiful and culturally rich European city for yourself when you book your flights from Liverpool to Madrid today.

Why you should go to Madrid

Madrid is arguably one of the most vibrant, lively and exciting cities in Europe. The stunning Spanish capital dates back to the Roman Empire, and the city itself is built on the banks of the Manzanares River.

With an abundance of authentic and interesting places to eat, plus plenty of delicious Spanish wine to wash it down, it is the perfect place for foodies to spread their wings and sample all that’s on offer.

For those who enjoy culture, Madrid will not disappoint. Adorned with striking architecture, you can spend hours exploring the city and learning about the fascinating history of the Spanish capital. For example, as one of the world’s premier art galleries, the Prado Museum, is well worth a visit.

Plaza Mayor is the ideal place for people-watching, and don’t miss Basílica de San Francisco El Grande - one of the grandest churches in Spain, with its frescoed dome being the fourth largest in Europe.

Dating back to the 17th century, El Retiro Park features beautiful gardens, marble monuments and stunning buildings, making it the ideal spot for a picnic in the sunshine. Meanwhile, sports fans will definitely want to pay a visit to the respective homes of top football teams Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid.

Book your cheap flights to Madrid from Liverpool today to discover everything this spectacular city has to offer.

When you should go to Madrid

Madrid is the perfect place for a long European weekend escape at any time of year. Summers are typically warm and sunny. You can expect average temperatures of 30°C in June, with this increasing during July and August. Spring and autumn tend to be the most popular seasons to travel as the weather is mild and pleasant, which is perfect for sightseeing.

Where to stay in Madrid

No matter your style or budget, Madrid has a wide variety of hotels, hostels and everything in between.

Keen to be in the heart of it all? The bustling Gran Via is full of energy, so staying anywhere nearby will mean you’re right in the centre of the city. Madrid’s most well-known street, it is home to an array of restaurants, bars and shops, as well as cinemas and theatres.

Meanwhile, La Latina is one of the top areas in Madrid for tapas spots, and Malasaña is definitely one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in the city if you want to be amongst the hipsters.

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a place to stay in Madrid. Browse to discover the ideal accommodation for your trip.

What to see and do in Madrid

There’s no denying that there is so much to see and do in Madrid. Some of the city’s most popular attractions include:

  • Prado Museum
    Home to the world’s most impressive collection of Spanish paintings, Museo del Prado is a must-see during your trip. At the museum, you can find artwork by world-renowned artists such as Francisco Goya, Diego Velázquez and El Greco.

  • El Retiro Park
    Boasting over 125 hectares of land, El Retiro Park is a spacious, green oasis that can be found in the heart of Madrid. With stunning monuments and lush gardens, this is the ideal spot to sunbathe, take a gentle stroll or enjoy a picnic away from the crowded city streets.

  • Rastro flea market
    Rastro flea market is held every Sunday, selling everything from clothing and jewellery to leather goods and antiques. As the city’s oldest market, many locals and tourists alike flock here each week, so why not stop by to get your hands on some authentic Spanish treasures?

How long does it take to fly to Madrid?

Flights to Madrid from Liverpool take 2 hours and 30 minutes, and the local time zone is GMT +1. You can fly directly from Liverpool John Lennon Airport into Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) via Ryanair.

Once you have booked your Liverpool to Madrid flights, why not check out the range of shops and restaurants at our airport? You can also book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge, giving you the perfect chance to relax ahead of your flight. We also offer secure car parking a short walk from our terminal entrance.

If you are arriving on one of the regular flights from Madrid to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.

Experience this lively and dynamic city for yourself. Book your Liverpool to Madrid direct flights today!

What currency do they use in Madrid?

The currency used in Madrid is the Euro (EUR).

Time Zone Currency Flight Time Carriers Airport Code
GMT + 1 EUR 2hr 30 easyJet MAD