By purchasing 2 booking separately (or in some cases also only with Ryanair) you can have a roundtrip from Berlin to Madrid for only 40 €.

DEPARTURE:
Berlin, Germany

DESTINATION:
Madrid, Spain

Eurotrip Style: 2,3 or 4 days

DATES: Available on dates in January.

Sample Dates:

Berl-Mad -> 08/01/2019 – 12/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 08/01/2019 – 11/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 09/01/2019 – 11/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 09/01/2019 – 12/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 09/01/2019 – 13/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 15/01/2019 – 17/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 16/01/2019 – 20/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 17/01/2019 – 20/01/2019

Berl-Mad -> 18/01/2019 – 20/01/2019

 

 

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About the city:

Madrid is the capital city of Spain and has around 3.2 million inhabitants in the city itself and around 6.5 million in the metropolitan area, making it the third largest city in the whole of the European Union only coming behind London and then Berlin. It is also home to both the Government and the residence of the Spanish Monarch.

Madrid is global football city playing host to both Real Madrid C.F and Atletico de Madrid, this along with it being a prominent city for politics, education, entertainment, environment and much more have designated the city to become one of the world’s major global cities and the major financial center of Southern Europe.

Due to its geographical location and its role as the Capital of Spain, the city has attracted many immigrants from around the world, with native Spaniards making up 89.8% of all inhabitants. With 10.2% compromised of Latin Americans, Europeans, Asians, and Northern and Western Africans.

The most prominent landmark in relation to this is the Royal Palace of Madrid, which is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. And is the largest Royal Palace in Europe by floor area surpassing that of Buckingham Palace. However the royal family does not reside here, they live in another landmark which is the Palace of Zarzuela which is located on the outskirts of Madrid.

Other landmarks include the home of Real Madrid, the Bernabeu, the Temple of Debod which is an ancient Egyptian temple and museum and the Market of San Miguel which traces its roots back to 1916, although is unrelated to the famous beer that is also called San Miguel.

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