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With its sun-drenched beaches, lively cities, pretty villages and great food, it’s no surprise that Spain is the most popular destination for Brits travelling to Europe. As a result, there’s a fantastic choice of flights that connect airports in the UK to destinations across Spain, making an Iberian getaway easier than ever.
If you’re hoping to top up your tan on the busy beaches of Spain’s Mediterranean coast, June to September are the best months to travel. At this time of year the region experiences warm weather – and almost guaranteed sunshine – making it the perfect destination for your summer getaway.
Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Granada and Santiago de Compostela provide fantastic city break destinations throughout the year. However, as the summer sun can make walking around a bit of a challenge, you may find travelling in the spring or autumn a little more comfortable.
As well as beaches and cultural sights, Spain is also home to some beautiful countryside. Head to the Sierra Nevada or the Spanish Pyrenees in the winter months for skiing, or visit the country’s northern coast for a choice of fantastic walking and cycling routes.
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If you’re looking for flights to Spain from London, make sure you select ‘All London Airports’ when typing in your departure point. This will ensure you’re shown services leaving from all of the airports in and around the capital allowing you to find the best option for your journey.
Sometimes changing the dates of your journey by just a day or two can save you serious money on your flights to Spain. If your dates are flexible, take a look at the ‘Show Flexible Dates’ option at the top of your search results to see if you can find an even better deal.
Many of Spain’s major cities are home to international airports. The busiest air hubs in mainland Spain are Madrid Barajas Airport, Barcelona Airport and Malaga-Costa Del Sol Airport.
Passengers flying to the Canary Islands will find a good choice of cheap flights to Tenerife Airport and Gran Canaria Airport while Palma De Mallorca Airport is the main point of entry to the Balearic Islands.
With such a good choice of airports dotted around the country, finding cheap flights to Spain should be easy, no matter what your destination.
A large number of airlines offer direct flights from London to Spain as well as from several other airports around the UK.
These airlines include:
Spain has a very extensive public transport system with trains linking most major cities and bus services connecting the areas the rails don’t reach.
Car hire is also a good option for those looking to get off the beaten track with rental vehicles available from most major airports.
Internal flights are the quickest way to travel across the country, especially if you need to get from one end of Spain to the other. Search for cheap domestic flights on Expedia to find the best deals.
The most famous attraction in Spain is probably the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Designed by famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, it’s a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the most ornate and intricate churches in the world. See a little more of Gaudi’s handiwork by catching a bus, taxi or walking to the famous Park Guell. Home to a number of structures designed by the architect the park is great place to enjoy some fresh and take in views of the city.
If you’re travelling to the south of Spain, a visit to the Alhambra Palace in Granada is a must. Built by the Moors in the 9th century, it’s a spectacular example of medieval Andalusian architecture.
British passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to Spain.
As a Catholic country, most shops, restaurants and attractions are closed on Sundays and many also shut between 2pm and 5pm every day for siesta.