Head to Madrid and the Prado
It’s a fact: there are fewer flights from Nice to Madrid than to Barcelona. Between these two eternal rivals, Catalonia is the clear preference of people from the French Riviera. But does that mean Spain’s capital isn't worth seeing? On the contrary! The royal city has some solid arguments in its favour. It’s beautiful and flamboyant, home to countless masterpieces of art and architecture, and doesn’t shy away from indulging in all of life's pleasures. That’s enough to make anyone want to jump on a Nice-Madrid flight!
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Your Nice-Madrid direct flight
The Iberia Nice-Madrid flight leaves from Terminal 1 of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport.
If you have your boarding pass and you are travelling with cabin baggage only, arrive at least one hour before your departure time to get through security stress-free. However, should you need to check a bag your collect your ticket from the airline counter, be sure to give yourself at least an additional 15 minutes.
Departure airport Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 1 Arrival airport Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport Arrival terminal Terminal 4
Arriving in Madrid
All Iberia flights out of Nice land at Terminal 4 of the Madrid–Barajas Airport. It’s located around 12 kilometres from the centre of Madrid. There are several ways to get to the city centre:
- Take the bus: line 204 of Madrid's public transport system can be found in front of the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 4, and will take you into the city. There is also an Airport Express shuttle every 15 minutes that will take you to the Atocha station in the centre of Madrid. It runs 24/7.
- Take the underground: this is the best and fastest way to get to Santiago Bernabéu stadium or the business district.
- Take the train: it leaves from Terminal 4 and has various stops around Madrid. There’s one every 30 minutes from 5:44 am to 11:07 pm.
- Take a taxi: prices are fixed and there are two fare zones. It will cost between €20 and €30.
- Hire a car: there are 6 official agencies at Madrid airport and they can all be found in Terminal 4.
What to do in
A few centuries back, in the time of conquistadors and gold-filled galleons, Madrid was the centre of the world. The city has preserved its glorious past and its heritage, and is gradually regaining its former prestige. But don’t let that make you think this city lives in the past! It's quite the contrary: people here savour - even devour - the present moment, living life to its fullest. Behind its uptight front, the capital of Spain is as Spanish as it gets, a deliriously joyful place that's full of passion and excitement.
Regular flights Nice - Madrid MAD
Flights per day :
- Mon 0
- Tue 1
- Wed 1
- Thu 0
- Fri 1
- Sat 0
- Sun 0
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice-Madrid flight take?
The average flight time between Nice and Madrid is 2 hours.
Which airlines provide Nice-Madrid direct flights?
Iberia. Spain’s famous airline flies daily to its country's capital.
How many Nice-Madrid flights are there per week?
17 during low season from November to March, and 19 during peak season from April to October.
How much does a Nice-Madrid flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Madrid return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 57€
What is the time difference between Nice and Madrid?
There is no time difference. You’ll be living on a Spanish schedule, but the time at least is the same as in France.
What is the best time of year to visit Madrid?
Spring, summer, autumn, and winter too! There’s truly no season that can’t be enjoyed in Madrid. The city enjoys year-round sunshine through to the heart of winter, when temperatures still get up to 10° regularly. One great winter advantage: hotel prices are lower and museum lines shorter! Spring is very nice, a time when aperitifs with tapas can go on forever. Summer is hot. Often above 30°. You can find refuge in air conditioned museums until the mercury drops towards the end of the day, and then head out to enjoy Spain’s exceptional nightlife. Autumn is romantic and a great time for long walks through parks and gardens painted in ochre and red.