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Miami to Madrid Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $423.23
Travel Distance:4,419 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: American Airlines, Air Europa, Iberia Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Friday
Weekly Flights:402
Avg. Flight Duration:08.40 Hours

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Flights from Miami to Madrid

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Airports in Miami

Miami (in Florida, US) is served by 4 airports- Miami International Airport, Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, Miami Seaplane Base, and Miami Executive Airport. Miami International Airport is the primary airport serving the Miami area. It is located 8 miles away from Downtown Miami in metropolitan Miami, and ranks as the 10th busiest airport in the United States by annual passenger count. Passengers can avail scheduled flights to almost all major domestic and seebral major international destinations from here. The airport is seamlessly connected to the city of Miami through a network of public bus service, Miami's commuter rail system, Metrorail, taxis, shuttles and rental cars. The remaining three airports (Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, Miami Seaplane Base and Miami Executive Airport) serve the city of Miami.

Explore Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain and the largest municipality of the Community of Madrid. All soaked in the color of royal aristocracy, the city hosts the residence of the Spanish monarch and doubles up as the birthplace of bull-fighting and two world-famous football clubs (Real Madrid and Atletico de Madrid). Madrid is the axis of the country’s science, arts, culture, history and politics. The city’s vibrant nightlife would is boosted by its extensive music scene, rock bands, jazz concerts, live music venues and flamenco theatres.

Things to do in Madrid

Museo del Prado (The Prado Museum)

The Prado Museum in Madrid is Spain’s main national art museum. It features one of the world’s finest art collections of renowned Spanish, Flemish, Dutch, Italian and German artists from 12th to 20th centuries. It wows its visitors with its timeless classics like the Garden of Earthly Delights, Adoration of the Shepards and David with the Head of Goliath. The scenic pedestrian walkway around the museum features beautiful fountains and colorful trees.

Palacio Real (the Royal Palace)

The Royal Palace is the official residence of the King of Spain. Central to almost all the buildings in the city, this emblematic and architectural masterpiece stands above the river valley and checks all boxes of opulence and royalty on its inside. Visitors are wowed with its ornately decorated state rooms, tapestries, frescoes and carvings. Some of the rooms here feature a precious collection of early medicines, medieval armor and weapons.

Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum)

Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum is the third in the series of a ‘Golden Triangle of Art,’ formed by the Prado Museum and the Reina Sofia national galleries. The museum is home to a magnificent collection of 1600 artworks dating back to last 800 years of European arts and is hoem to several classic masterpieces of gifted artists like Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Goya and Renoir.

Best Time to Fly to Madrid

The peak time to visit Madrid is during the summer season that run from April to October. It is warm and sunny, and the city is red hot with some major cultural festivals like Dos de Mayo and San Isidro. Visitors can translate the maxed out sunlight hours into a prized experience of sightseeing and shopping in Madrid.