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A modern metropolis and the capital of Spain, Madrid is one of the most popular cities to visit. Book your codeshare flights to Spain with IndiGo and explore this urban sprawl. Dotted with several attractions, a vacation to Madrid is incomplete without exploring their impressive array of gardens, wide range of historical monuments, beautiful art museums, and charming public plazas. 

But among many destinations in Spain, one reason why you should book flights to Madrid is for their food markets. Open-air farmers markets and quaint shops, filled with local produce, are a major draw. The café culture in Madrid is very lively, especially as the sun sets and the city comes to life. Most savvy travellers book flights to Madrid during the pleasant springtime to take advantage of outdoor activities. 

India to Madrid flight information

  • Distance between India and Madrid: The aerial distance between India and Madrid is 7,937 km.
  • India to Madrid flights: There are several international flights that IndiGo operates from India to Madrid.
  • India to Madrid flight timings: India to Madrid IndiGo flights are available at regular intervals. The timing can be found on the IndiGo website and mobile application.
  • India to Madrid flight ticket price: India to Madrid flight tickets from approx. INR 40,000 to INR 62,000. However, the cost may differ depending on when you book your Madrid flight tickets.
  • Multiple flights to Madrid from India: Delhi to Madrid, Mumbai to Madrid and others.

Hello, Madrid!

The capital of Spain, Madrid, is known for its mix of modern and historic culture. Madrid is also one of the most impressive and stunning cities to visit in Europe. Due to its exciting and dynamic blend, this metropolis has plenty to do and places to enjoy. Madrid is also home to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), a specialised agency of the United Nations (UN). But why is Madrid a famous city to visit in Spain? It is known for its historic buildings, Renaissance and modern art museums, beautiful neighbourhoods, and lively nightlife. 

Madrid travel guide

  • Museo Nacional del Prado: Museo Nacional del Prado is a truly world-class museum with a collection of over 8,000 paintings and 700 sculptures. Among its vast art collection are many masterpieces, with approximately 2,300 collections on display. You may spend the whole day exploring the museum; each section is divided into over 100 rooms on three floors. 
  • Buen Retiro Park and Crystal Palace: This park is an oasis that is located in the heart of the city. Due to its location, this park offers an escape from the busy life without needing to leave the city. It has a calming and peaceful atmosphere with various gardens and forest paths. 
  • The Royal Palace and Gardens: This magnificent palace is the Spanish version of Versailles. However, unlike Versailles in France, the palace is still home to the royal family and is used for official state functions. Commissioned by Philip V in the 18th century, it displays a beautiful neoclassical facade made of granite and white colmenar stone. 
  • Plaza Mayor: This elegant 17th-century square was built during the reign of Philip III and was used as a centre for business and municipal life. The square was also the venue for bullfights, dramatic performances, and knightly tournaments. Today, the plaza is a popular meeting place among locals and tourists alike. 
  • Fuente de Cibeles: Located at an important traffic junction, Fuente de Cibeles is one of the most symbolic monuments of Madrid. Here you can find the lifelike statue that depicts the Roman goddess Cybele riding a chariot pulled by a lion. Behind the fountain is the Palacio de Cibeles, which is home to the cultural centre CentroCentro.
  • Temple of Debod: This is a wonderful place to visit in Spain to discover an ancient Egyptian temple. Located inside La Montaña Park, which is close to the Plaza de España, visitors can come here and explore this well-preserved temple and wander through the original decorations inside the temple. It is certainly a rare temple and a fascinating archaeological site.

Madrid airport information

The main airport that serves Madrid, Spain, is Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (MAD). The airport is also commonly known as Madrid–Barajas Airport. This international airport is the second-largest in Europe. There are several public transportation options that connect the airport with the city.

Important points to remember while travelling to Madrid 

  • Flight booking - Book your flights from India to Madrid in advance to get lower airfare
  • Leave for the airport early - It is best to reach the airport at least three hours in advance to catch your flight on time 
  • Baggage allowance - Make sure to check with IndiGo for the baggage allowance for international destinations
  • Visa and immigration - To visit the city of Madrid in Spain, you need a Schengen visa. Make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration
  • Flight connection - If you have connecting flights, make sure to check your flight timings and duration of layover/s

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FAQs about Flights to Madrid

How do I get from Madrid Airport to the city?

Taxi services are the most used transport; however, the metro is also linked to major neighbourhoods around Madrid.

Do I need to apply for a Schengen visa for Madrid?

Yes, you need a Schengen visa to visit the city of Madrid in Spain. You can visit our website to learn more about the Schengen visa.

When is the best time to visit Madrid?

The best time to visit Madrid is from September to November.

How many days do you need to see Madrid?

A week is enough to explore the city. However, if you have a time crunch, you can manage to see the major attraction in three to four days.

Are there flights to Madrid from Delhi?

Yes, there are flights from Delhi to Madrid, as well as to other popular cities across Spain.

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