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Spain is one of the favourite travel destinations in Southern Europe! The year-round pleasant weather accompanied by amazing food, a rich history and cheerful people calls for a get-away to the Spanish cities! Two major tourist hubs Barcelona and Madrid are attracting thousands of visitors due to availability of many low-cost flights.

Pegasus Airlines offers two direct flights to Spain from Türkiye, with several options of connected flights to other Mediterranean cities. Pegasus flights to Spain arriving at Madrid Barajas International Airport will directly lead you to tourist spots like the Imperial Palace and Prado Arts Museum in the capital. Flights from Istanbul to Barcelona land at Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport to let you visit Gaudi’s architecture, Gothic quarter and tapas in the city. You can transfer to Valencia, Granada and Andalucia via direct flights from Istanbul to Madrid and Barcelona.

International Airports in Barcelona and Madrid

Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas International Airport (MAD) is located 12 km away from the capital. With four terminals, it facilitates both domestic and international flights. Barcelona Airport-El Prat (BCN) is also situated 12 km far from the city center. This busiest hub in Catalonia helps travelers start their Iberian tours.

Transport To and From Airports

Madrid Airport is reached by metro, bus and train. If you get on Nuevos Ministerios - Aeropuerto T4, the metro line 8, you can get to the city center after 7 stations. The route takes 13 minutes. For a cheaper but slower option, you may consider Cercanias C1 and C10 railway lines. These local lines connect Barajas Airport to Madrid Principe Pio via a 42-minute ride. Another frequently preferred transport is an intercity bus. There are various routes accessible from the airport.

Barcelona Airport-El Prat (BCN) lies in a tightly connected public transport network. The easiest option is taking Aerobus to Plaça de Catalunya. L9 Sud metro and R2 Nord train lines connect Barcelona to the airport. For schedules, you can check Barcelona Airport transport pages. Do not forget that shuttle transfer is needed between Terminals 1 and 2. If you have a valid license, driving on G-31 and G-32 motorways will directly lead you to downtown.

Public Transport in Spain

Spanish public transport infrastructure is well-established. In major cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla and Valencia, public transport is compatible with several apps like GoogleMaps and Citymapper. Railway networks Renfe and Cercanias also offer mobile apps for seat booking and paying.

Intercity Travel in Spain

Since Spain has the longest high speed railway route in Europe, the train becomes the first choice. Cercanias serves in a multitude of directions such as San Sebastian, Madrid, Murcia and Malaga whereas Renfe connects long-distance routes like Basque and Catalonia.

Commuter buses are also popular among locals and travelers. Alsa offers direct bus trips from Madrid Airport to Bilbao, Santiago de Compostela, Barcelona, Zaragoza and Lorca. Socibus offers trips to Cordoba, Seville and Cadiz.

What are the ticket types?

In Spain, single and return fares differ regarding the type of vehicles and distance. Single tickets are priced 2.60 Euros (2022) whereas an AVE for high-speed train costs higher. Basic, mix and premium type tickets are available.

What are the scheduled times for public transport in Spain?

Generally, 06:05 is the starting time for metro and buses, but there are vehicles until 01:30 a.m. Local and intercity buses start at 6:00 and finish at 23:30.

Where to Stay in Spain?

There are a bunch of diverse accommodation options at the historical heart of Madrid, covering the famous Plaza Mayor, Sol and Austrias Neighbourhoods. As alternatives, you may consider the Malasaña or Huertas districts with budget-friendly choices. On the other hand, choosing the right accommodation is crucial in Barcelona since the city is known for soaring prices. Hostels, hotels, residences and rental apartments are among the available selections depending on your budget. Also, keep in mind that the prices tend to range depending on the area.

If you want to have some assistance while organizing your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.



Top things to do in Spain

Spain is a famous place to go on holidays. It attracts many visitors through its rich cultural, historical and culinary heritage. The touristic Spanish cities make sure that the visitors will have an amazing time thanks to high number of events and activities organized throughout the year.  

  • Stroll at Las Ramblas: The most iconic street of Barcelona, Las Ramblas is filled up with many tourists. There are so many things to do in this part of the city, which is also located quite central. You can explore the local stores or join a walking city tour.
  • Visit La Sagrada Familia: La Sagrada Familia is without doubt one of the most exceptional architectural pieces in Barcelona. As the masterpiece of famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, La Sagrada Familia has become the very symbol of city. Unfortunately, its construction has not been completed and the complementary works are still in progress in order to keep the legacy of Gaudi alive.
  • Discover Parc Güell: Parc Güell is another significant work of art by Gaudi. Inspired by the nature itself, the origins of Parc Güell goes back to 1900. Today, it is among the top visited attractions at the heart of Barcelona and is easily accessible by metro or bus. Do not forget to check our Barcelona Travel Guide for further recommendations on places to visit.
  • Stroll around Plaza Mayor: The historical Plaza Mayor is situated in Madrid city center, within walking distance from Puerta del Sol as well as Mercado San Miguel. It’s a must-go place to stroll around and have a taste of Madrid’s city life.
  • Go to Puerta del Sol: Puerta del Sol is another famous square of Madrid which is part of a very lively area filled with shops, bars and restaurants. 
  • Visit the Royal Palace: Royal Palace is the official residence of the royal family in Madrid whose origins date back to the 19th century. However, it is currently open to public as solely used for public ceremonies. Guided tours are available for those who would like to explore the palace and its rooms. There are also occasional art exhibitions displayed at the palace.

 Have a look at the Madrid Travel Guide to learn more about things to do in the Spanish capital.   In order to have more information on the most famous places to see and the best festivals to catch up in Spain do not forget to have a look at our Spain Travel Guide.

Car Rental in Spain

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Spain for business or leisure.


Airports in Spain

Pegasus Airlines provides flights to below listed airports in Spain:

  • Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport

One of the major international airports of Spain, Madrid- Barajas Airport is also among the busiest airports in the Europe. The airport has been operational since 1928 and it is only about 13 km far from the city center of Madrid. Madrid-Barajas Airport is situated on an extensive area that consists of five terminals. It reached the overall capacity of 52 million passengers in 2007. You can get the city center from Madrid-Barajas Airport through various means of transport. The local metro line 8 links the airport to Nuevos Ministeros stop at the city center. There are also many public buses including an express bus as well as a public night bus service N4. Other bus services number 822, 824, 827 and 828 run between the airport and the greater metropolitan area. Long distance coaches are available for those who would like to travel to other Spanish cities.

  • Barcelona-El Prat Airport

Barcelona-El Prat Airport is located only 12 km away from the city center. It’s been providing service since 1916 as one of the most popular airports in Europe. Barcelona is visited by millions of tourists all year long. The airport is easily connected to Barcelona city center and the major cities including the capital, Madrid. Train, metro and shuttle buses link the city center and the airport. A commuter train (line R2) runs every 30 minutes with the possibility of transfers to the metro network. The metro station is also situated right at the airport beneath Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Many public buses go directly to the city center as well.

Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.  

Things to Know Before Visiting Spain

The Spanish cities of Barcelona and Madrid are among the most touristic places in Southern Europe, especially during the high season of summer months. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to book your trip in advance if you want to avoid possible high costs.

Essential Numbers

Please find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in Spain.

Country code: +34

Madrid area code: 91

Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport: +34 913 21 10 00

Barcelona area code: 93

Barcelona-El Prat Airport: +34 913 21 10 00

Police, Ambulance, Fire Service: 112


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