Flights from Liverpool to Madrid

Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Liverpool to Madrid

Favourite airline: Aer Lingus
Flight tickets on the route Liverpool – Madrid are most frequently booked with Aer Lingus.
Aer Lingus
71 %
British Airways
18 %
easyJet
6 %
Favourite connection: via Dublin
The most popular flights on this route are via Dublin and are booked by 81 % of all travellers.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Dublin
20h 25min, from £383
81 %
2 stopovers Dublin Amsterdam Schiphol
09h 15min, from £2,298
12 %
1 stopover Malaga
14h 10min, from £113
6 %

Useful information about the flight from Liverpool to Madrid

Fiery, vivacious and sophisticated Madrid

Madrid is such a lively city it's best to plan before you go to maximise all there is to see, but go for the 2nd May and the "Dos de Mayo" is impressive, with parades, bullfights and a festival. Or perhaps a leisurely visit in October, when there is a wonderful jazz festival, and trying out a few Flamenco bars is a must. There is also a very hip, fashion loving feel to the nightlife here too. The hours are very Spanish, which is late for eating and partying the night away, with a definite sleepy feel to the late afternoons when the traditional siesta still takes place.

 

When to go

One of the loveliest times to visit is during the mild, balmy days from April to June, or again from September to October. Summers can be unbearably hot with temperatures reaching 40 degrees, but winters can be frosty and the temperature can slip as low as -10 degrees. 

 

Out and about in Madrid

Eating out in Madrid tends to be cheaper than London, and although there are many great restaurants with lovely Spanish cuisine, Spanish tapas, or bar food is popular and very good. Try the wonderful cured ham with sherry, the national drink. Groceries are also cheaper than London, and so is the local and airport transport. Madrid time is 2 hours ahead of GMT, which makes it an hour later than the UK. 

 

And the low down... 

Hotels in Madrid range from a homely hostel or guesthouse starting at about 12 Euros a night, and a three star hotel costing around 80 Euros a night. There are also some very stylish upmarket, boutique style hotels which are very expensive. Madrid-Barajas airport is located 12 km to the north west of the city centre, and is very modern and stylish. Taxis are cheaper than in London, and the local public transport on buses and the metro is very inexpensive. One ticket is 1.50 EUR,and 10 tickets from about 12EUR. There are also cheap day travelcards.

Flight information: Liverpool - Madrid

Outbound and return from £113.10
Flight duration min. 02:35 / max. 02:45
Return flight duration min. 02:30/ max. 02:35
Distance 1430 km
Flights per week 6
Departure airport Liverpool (LPL)
Arrival airport Madrid Barajas (MAD)
Destination country Spain
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