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How to get to the city

Getting to Madrid

Being the most popular destination in Serbia, Belgrade is well-connected with other cities in the region and the rest of Europe.

By plane

All flights, whether low-cost or standard carriers, fly into the main international airport in Madrid called Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport, which is extremely well connected and close to the city centre.

Travelling from the U.S.

Several airlines offer inexpensive and direct flights between the U.S. and Madrid, especially from New York City and Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.
These are the main carriers:

  • Iberia
  • American Airlines
  • Delta Airlines

Travelling from Canada

Air Canada is the only airline to offer non-stop flights between Toronto and Madrid, with other carriers such as Iberia and British Airways offering 1 or 2 stop flights from Montreal or Toronto.

Travelling from Australia

There are currently no airlines that fly directly from any part of Australia to Spain’s capital, but the main airlines like Emirates, British Airways and Qatar Airways offer several flights with just 1 or 2 stopovers.

Travelling from Europe

There are several low-cost carriers that fly to Madrid from different cities in Europe, taking just a little over 2 hours.
These are the main airlines:

  • EasyJet
  • Ryanair
  • Norwegian
  • British Airways
  • Iberia