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Flight Deal: Madrid, Spain For As Low As $226 Round-trip

By Parker Diakite

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Spain is all about food and where else than the capital to enjoy some of the best tapas in the world.   One of the best things about Madrid (besides the good food) is how cheap it is to enjoy the city compared to other popular European destinations.

Try visiting one of Madrid’s many parks, like Casa de Campo or Retiro; head to Puerta del Sol; or tour outside the Catedral de Almudena. All of these activities can be done for free.

Right now, there are a few flight deals ranging from dates late this summer to spring of 2020 that will have you in Madrid for less than $300 round-trip.

This deal is too good to pass by. Here’s how to book:

From New York

Delta Airlines has a flight to Madrid for $226 round-trip in the spring of 2020.   You can book the flight directly through Delta Airlines.  Just use the travel dates April 26 through May 7.

From Boston

Skyscanner has various flights for under $300 round-trip.  The cheapest option leaves Boston on Aug. 19 and returns Sept. 3 for $241 round-trip. The only catch with these dates are both flights require a long layover in Washington D.C.

From Phoenix

Round-trip flights departing Phoenix to European destinations often comes with a hefty price but every now and then, you will be able to find a hidden gem.

The deal this summer to Madrid is one of those rare finds.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has a round-trip flight option that departs Phoenix on Aug. 18 and returning Aug. 28 for $296 round-trip, according to Skyscanner.

There are only a few options left so don’t wait on this flight deal.

From Dallas

Flights to Madrid from Dallas are selling out fast, according to Skyscanner but there are a few options left for travel late September.

The cheapest dates to Madrid from Dallas are from Sept. 10 through Sept. 17 for $296 round-trip on KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Delta Airlines.

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