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Reviewed on Oct 22, 2018
|Number of Daily Flights||11|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 26|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 26|
Miami International Airport (MIA) is a popular airport with a host of international destinations. From downtown Miami, MIA can be accessed by car using FL-836 E or by public transit.
Flights from MIA to Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) are nine hours nonstop. When leaving MAD, there are several transportation options. Taxis frequent all terminals and car rental companies are located in T1 and T4 terminals. Trains to Madrid leave from Terminal T4 as well.
Intricate architecture and rich history flourish in Madrid's churches and museums, from the Church of San Antonio de Los Alemanes to the National Museum of Romanticism and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Museum.
Adults who wish to indulge in the entertainment culture of the city will enjoy everything from nightclubs in the Moncloa area to the The Royal Theater, a longstanding opera house. The Urban Beach offers a splashing good time for youngsters (and the young-at-heart).
Guadarrama National Park, famed for its natural beauty, is a pleasant hour’s drive from Madrid. The town of Segovia, an hour's drive north, is a petite marvel, housing its own Roman Aqueduct.
Weather in Madrid is moderately cold in the winter (upper 40s to upper 50s) and summers are warm (temperatures average around the upper 80s), while some aggressive days peak at around 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Areas surrounding the Prado Museum offer excellent hotel options for a variety of budgets.