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Flight Deal: Madrid For As Low As $310 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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If you’re looking for somewhere to explore sometime soon, consider a trip to Madrid, Spain.

The weather is beyond gorgeous during March and allows you to be comfortable while exploring before the sweltering heat pushes through for the summer.

During March, dozens of artists who specialize in sacred music head to Madrid for the Festival Internacional de Arte Sacro.

Now in its 29th year, the event will showcase various music genres, including flamenco, jazz, electronic and religious music.  There are more than 60 performances scheduled this year from Mar. 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 will be 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.

Here’s how to travel to Madrid for as low as $310 round-trip:

From New York

Norwegian Airlines has a nonstop flight to Madrid for $310 round-trip from March 24 through April 2. These flights are $159 less than normal.

From Boston

Tap Air Portugal is offering flights from Boston for $342 round-trip from March 25 through April 3, with a stop in Lisbon.

From Los Angeles

The best deal from Los Angeles is through Norwegian Air.  Right now, the airline company has nonstop flights for $398 round-trip from March 11 through March 20.

From Chicago

Norwegian Air and Easy Jet have flights from March 25 through April 3 to Madrid for $464 round-trip, with a stop in London. Tickets are $228 less than usual, according to Google Flights.

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