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Take advantage of our cheap flights to Madrid in order to experience everything this warm and sophisticated city has to offer! And trust us, Madrid has a lot to offer. There are museums, architectural feats (both contemporary and historic), great food, a buzzing nightlife and some of the friendliest people you can meet.

There is no better city to walk around in. You’ll pass by tapas bars that smell appetizing at nearly any time of the day, an abundance of street performers ranging from solo violinists to full rock bands, and more greenery than you’d ever expect to find in such a busy city. Madrid just so happens to have the most trees and green space per citizen than any other European city. All of this in a city with some of the most impressive pieces of architecture a tourist can see, such as the sprawling Royal Palace of Madrid made of dazzling granite and limestone. Be warned: there’s nothing quite like Madrid’s nightlife. If you think your jet lag is bad by itself, try pairing that with some of Madrid’s nightclubs that are opened until 6am. Maybe pair that with an Advil the next morning too.

Tips for flying to Madrid

Madrid airports: Flying to Madrid is no problem at all with Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport located right in Madrid. Conveniently enough, many of StudentUniverse’s partner airlines have terminals in the airport as well, such as American Airlines, Iberia Airlines, British Airways and Air Europa. There are even metro, train and bus stops throughout the airport that can get you to and from Madrid’s center.

Getting around Madrid: Getting around Madrid is made cheap and easy with Metro de Madrid, the city’s public transportation system made up of various bus, metro and train routes. If you’d prefer a taxi or a bike rental the city offers those options as well. Car2go is a rental car app similar to popular ride sharing services, but this is a car sharing service. Reserve a car for your use all around Madrid. But there’s always walking–and Madrid just so happens to be one of the most walkable cities in the entire world! Walking is the best way to explore this beautiful city.

Things to do in Madrid: Take a leisurely stroll through El Retiro Park, a beautiful green and garden space in the middle of the city. Prado National Museum is Spain’s premier art museum with one of the world’s finest collections of European art dating back to the 12th century. Stop by The Royal Palace of Madrid to admire the impressive Baroque style of architecture, or take a tour inside. For shopping or nightlife needs, walk down Gran Via: the street that never sleeps! Experience all Madrid has to offer at Puerto del Sol, the city’s central square filled with great food, talented street performers and everything in between.

Food & Music in Madrid If you’re not in love with ham now, once visiting Madrid you’ll be ready to marry this meat. Seriously. Well maybe not. But Madrid’s local cuisine is made up of all sorts of unique ham dishes, as well as lots of combinations of cheese, eggs and potatoes in anything from breakfast sandwiches to dinner stews. And churros with chocolate is the perfect dessert. Music lovers, rejoice! Madrid is the place for you. Jazz is incredibly popular, you’ll find it performed in bars by local musicians and played on streets by talented performers. And what better place to watch flamenco dancing than Madrid?