Best time to fly to Spain
When booking a flight to Spain, keep in mind that prices vary depending on which city and airport you choose to fly to as well as which month you plan to visit.
Most popular city in Spain
21% of momondo users who fly to Spain tend to land in Barcelona. The average price of flights to Barcelona is £96.
For momondo users, the most popular city in Spain is Barcelona, which is visited about 907% more often than any other city in Spain. Other very common cities that our users travel to are Madrid and Málaga.
La Rambla is the most popular place of interest in Spain. Many travellers make it a point to stop there while travelling to Spain. Other popular landmarks and places of interest in Spain would be Llevant Beach, Playa de Palma Nova, or Palma Beach.
Flying into Barcelona Barcelona-El Prat Airport is typically the best way to visit La Rambla, since it is the closest airport to the area.
The best prices found on momondo for flights to Spain are:
£8 per person with Ryanair
£8 per person with Volotea
£8 per person with easyJet
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