Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop From NYC To Madrid For Only $233
By DeAnna Taylor
New York to Europe is always a popular route when it comes to deals. Lufthansa Airlines has dropped its price on routes from New York’s EWR airport directly to Madrid, Spain. The lowest price found is $233 roundtrip.
This deal is valid for travel between February and March of 2020. You can use a travel search engine such as Skyscanner to find the dates that work best for you. Skyscanner will then provide a set of links for you to choose from in order to purchase your flights.
The weather in Madrid is amazing in March and allows you to be comfortable while exploring before the sweltering heat pushes through for the summer.
During the month of March, dozens of artists head to Madrid for the Festival Internacional de Arte Sacro.
The event will showcase various music genres, including flamenco, jazz, electronic and religious music. There are more than 60 performances scheduled this year from March 7 through April 13, according to event organizers.
A celebration of women female designers and creators also occurs during March for the Mercado del Diseño International Women’s Day Celebration.
This year, more than 150 female designers and creators were featured. Visitors can pick out artwork, clothing, and home décor from the design market.
Lastly, you will find that Carnival celebrations are happening across Spain. Because most celebrations will happen from March 1 through March 6, you will have time to explore beyond the center of Madrid for a truly authentic experience.
No trip to Spain is complete without indulging in delicious tapas and sipping on freshly made sangria.
While a deal like this may come around again, there’s no guarantee when that will happen. We suggest that if Spain is on your radar, that you hop on this deal while you can. You really can’t beat this price, especially for a nonstop route.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.