About 50% of people who are about to buy a ticket do not know exactly where they want to fly. If you are one of them, our search engine might come in handy. It will find the ideal ticket for you.
Before you buy tickets
How does it all work? In the “Where” field, enter the region of the world (Europe, Africa, Asia) or the entire country you are interested in. In our case, Spain, so we choose the destination. Next, we set the interval in which we want to fly and the number of days of stay. Based on your input, all possible Spanish airports will be generated for you and you will just choose whether you would rather go to Barcelona, Madrid or Malaga. Searching is easy, fast and most importantly clear. It will make your time and work with the search much easier. The system will mainly generate many low-cost carriers (Ryanair, Easyjet and Vueling) as well as classic airlines such as Lufthansa and CSA.
From 1500 CZK
How much does a ticket to Spain cost
Approximate prices start at CZK 808 for one-way flights and CZK 2,500 for return flights for a specified period. Prices and availability are subject to change.
Expect the cheapest flights to Barcelona, Málaga or Mallorca, but mostly only in winter and especially from Germany or Vienna.
The most expensive flights are to the Canary Islands and the northwest of Spain.
It is not worth buying tickets a few days before departure. So don’t buy last minute tickets, the ideal time to buy tickets is about 4 months before departure for summer travel. For a winter trip, just buy a ticket 2 months before departure.
When to buy a ticket to Spain
When to buy a ticket to Barcelona
Price of the cheapest return flight from London to Barcelona, EUR
When to buy a ticket to Valencia
Price of the cheapest return flight from Edinburgh to Valencia, EUR
When to buy a ticket to Madrid
Madrid is not one of the most visited destinations, so it doesn’t matter what time you buy tickets. The recommended time to buy tickets is about 2-3 months before departure.
Price of the cheapest return flight from Glasgow to Valencia, EUR
Best day for departure to Spain
It doesn’t matter. Spain is great at any time of year.
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Ideally through a travel agency that will take care of everything, advise you and help in every situation. Tickets purchased through a travel agency are mainly an advantage for passengers who have language barriers and are less able to navigate the websites of companies in different languages. Visit our generator and combinator of the most advantageous tickets.
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What to do after landing in Spain
What to do after landing in Barcelona
The journey from the airport to the center of Barcelona varies depending on the means of transport and rush hour. You can use a variety of transport links such as there are bus lines, metro or suburban train connections. The time from the airport to the center takes about 30 minutes. Bus line number 46 is the most used line when traveling to the city center. You can buy a ticket valid only for the bus at the price of 2.15 € from the driver.
It is also possible to buy an all-day public transport ticket for € 8.40, or a block of T-10 tickets of 10 pieces for a total price of € 10. Or you can buy a block of T-10 tickets (10 pcs) worth 10 €.
The metro line L9 with stations in both terminals also goes to the center. A metro ticket costs € 4.50 and is only transferable within metro connections. To reach the center of Barcelona, you have to change to the blue or red metro line, which will take you approximately 50 minutes.
If you are heading further outside Barcelona, a suitable transport is the R2 suburban train.
A train ticket costs € 4.10, you can also use one of the above-mentioned T-10 tickets.
Airbus is a special line that serves only the airport and is not part of public transport. The direct journey from the airport directly to the center takes 35 minutes and the price is € 5.90.
If you arrive late in the evening between 23:00 and 5:00 in the morning, travel by bus N17 (terminal 1) or N16 (terminal 2). Buses run every twenty minutes and tickets cost € 2.50.
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What to do after landing in Madrid
Like other major European and international airports, Barajas offers several ways to get to the metropolis. and Chamartín, the Príncipe Pío bus station or the business district in the north of Nuevos Ministerios. The connection leaves the airport three times an hour from 6 am to 11.30 pm and a one-way ticket costs you 2.60 euros.
All terminals are connected to Madrid by Metro Line 8. Like the commuter train, it takes you to Nuevos Ministerios Station. From here, you can take other lines to other underground stations. The metro runs from the airport four times an hour, from 06:00 until 01:30. Prepare 4.50 to 6 euros for each fare.
Local bus services are another way to get to central Madrid. Line 101, which runs only from Terminals 1, 2 and 3, takes you to the outskirts of the city to the Canillejas interchange, while bus line 200 connects all terminals to the important Avenida América interchange. Express line 203, which is the only one operating all day, transports passengers from all terminals to the already mentioned Atocha station.
The center is metro from Valencia Airport.