Located in Centro, this hostal is steps from El Oso y el Madrono, Real Casa de la Aduana, and San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. La Mariblanca and Banco ...
Located in Barajas, this hotel is 1 mi (1.7 km) from IFEMA and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from IFEMA - Feria de Madrid. Juan Carlos I Park and Plenilunio Shopping Mall ...
Located in Barajas, this romantic hotel is 3 mi (4.7 km) from IFEMA - Feria de Madrid and within 12 mi (20 km) of Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and Thyssen-Bornemisza ...
All was well on my flight. Did not eat food but it smelled great. No 1 to use the laboratory on planes unless i must.
This is also a Delta Airlines flight.
Planes could be updated some, no touch screen?
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The sixth busiest airport in the United States, John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is located just south of Highway 27 at the end of Interstate 678. Once at this hub, you can hop on board a 10-hour flight to the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD). To get to the city of Madrid, you can take either A-2 or the M-40 Highways.
The number one attraction in Madrid is the Palacio Real, a 2,500-room royal palace built in the 18th century. The Plaza Mayer dates even further back to 1619 and is one of the city’s most popular squares.
The top art museum in Madrid is the Museo del Prado, which houses more than 7,000 pieces of art spanning from the 12th century onward. Head to the city’s center and relax at Retiro Park, a 350-acre oasis of greenspace, gardens and fountains reflecting its monastic history.
Young travelers seeking to enjoy Madrid’s nightlife should stay downtown. The city’s Salamanca district offers luxurious and quieter accommodations close to shopping, and those on a tight budget will find numerous family-run hostels throughout the city. Madrid’s Mediterranean climate offers visitors temperatures ranging from around 40 degrees in the winter to a warm 90 degrees in the summer months.