Dublin to Madrid flights from £22

Flights starting at £22. Choose between Ryanair, Iberia Airlines, or Air Europa to find the best price.

Make your travel wishlist, we'll do the rest
Hidden deals

Kiwi-Code uncovers prices airlines don't want you to see.

Effortless booking

Use our flexible filters to tailor your search.

Travel hacking

Look out for the travel hack star icon for even cheaper fares.

Travelers usually depart from Dublin, Dublin - Aston Quay, Dublin - Pearse St. Bus Stop, Dublin - Halfpenny Bridge, or Dublin - North Wall Quay when they travel from Dublin to Madrid. Book your trip to arrive at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas, Madrid - Puerto de Atocha, Madrid Chamartín railway station, Madrid - Avenida de America, or Madrid - Méndez Álvaro. The distance between Dublin and Madrid is 1453 km. The most popular airlines for this route are Ryanair, Iberia Airlines, Air Europa, Aer Lingus, and easyJet. Dublin and Madrid have 401 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Madrid, consider visiting Museo Del Prado, Segovia, and Plaza Mayor.

Weekly direct flights

MondaysTuesdaysWednesdaysThursdaysFridaysSaturdaysSundays
Direct flights6467656
Fly direct with

Ryanair on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Aer Lingus on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Iberia Airlines on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Iberia Express on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Check-in for a flight from Dublin to Madrid

NameCarrier codeIATA CodePassport needed during bookingOnline check-in available
RyanairRYRFRNoOpens 24 days before flight
Closes 2 hours before flight
Iberia AirlinesIBEIBYesOpens 24 days before flight
Closes 3 hours before flight
Air EuropaAEAUXYesNo
Aer LingusEINEINoOpens 48 days before flight
Closes 5 hours before flight
easyJetEZYU2YesOpens 720 days before flight
Closes 2 hours before flight

Madrid travel tips

1) To catch a taxi in Madrid, just go outside and stretch your hand

In Madrid, they rarely call a taxi by phone, only if they need to book it for a specific time. The surest way to hail a taxi is to go outside and stretch out your hand. The number on the small board on the roof should be green, which means the car is free. Or, you can try a taxi app like Uber.

2) Ride the Teleferico cable car at Casa de Campo in Madrid

Casa de Campo is a famous park located a little west of the Madrid centre. It is also home to the Teleférico cable car, an amusement park, and a zoo. In the evening, a beautiful view of the western part of the city opens from here.

3) Reserve a table in a Madrid bar where Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, and Eisenhower were once sipping their cocktails

Museo Chicote is a favourite venue for celebrities from all over the world. This bar was visited by Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner, Audrey Hepburn, John Wayne, and many others. Cocktail prices depend on the time of day. For example, a daiquiri here can cost both 7 euro and 11 euro, which is generally not that expensive for European cities.

Spain COVID-19 travel restrictions

Kiwi.com

Latest COVID-19 restrictions

Spain

Kiwi.com/COVID-19/Spain
  • Travel is allowed
  • No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is required
  • No quarantine is required
Latest COVID-19 travel restrictions in Spain – 09/2022
Your trip summary

Most travelers from Ireland can enter Spain, but there are restrictions.

Departure

Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is required
  • No quarantine is required
Visa requirements
  • No visa required

Return

Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is required
  • No quarantine is required
Visa requirements
  • No visa required

Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.

Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in Spain in our dedicated Stories article.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Dublin to Madrid?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Dublin and Madrid takes around 2.6 hours.
What is the flight distance between Dublin and Madrid?
The flight distance between Dublin and Madrid is 1453 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Madrid?
Several carriers operate flights between Dublin and Madrid. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Iberia Airlines, Aer Lingus, Iberia Express, Ryanair.
What are the most popular routes to and from Dublin?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Dublin and London, Vancouver, Palma, Majorca, Budapest, Athens, Istanbul, Amsterdam, New York, Venice, Paris, Faro, Kraków, İzmir, Barcelona, Lisbon, Antalya, Berlin, Malta, Split, Larnaca.
What are the most popular routes to and from Madrid?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Madrid and London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Athens, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Thessaloniki, Reykjavik, Liverpool, Toronto, Bristol, Glasgow, Tallinn, Malta, Jakarta, Vancouver, Newcastle upon Tyne, Montreal, Caracas.
What airports are near Dublin?
The main airport in Dublin is Dublin. It is also served by Dublin, Cork, Belfast International, Shannon, George Best Belfast City, Isle of Man, Ireland West Airport Knock, City of Derry, Donegal.
What airports are near Madrid?
The main airport in Madrid is Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas. It is also served by Valladolid.
Is it possible to combine flights, buses, and trains in one itinerary when traveling between Dublin and Madrid?
Yes, it's possible to combine different modes of transport between Dublin and Madrid thanks to our Virtual Interlining technology. Making use of not only flights but also trains and buses between Dublin and Madrid can give rise to new adventures. Read more about how Virtual Interlining works on Kiwi.com Stories.
What is Virtual Interlining and how do I use it?
Virtual Interlining provides a revolutionary way of traveling. You can combine different modes of transport like flights, trains, and buses into one itinerary. And this often saves money. Thanks to the world's largest carrier database, the Kiwi.com search function enables anyone to mix and match different modes of transport easily.
Which airlines fly between Dublin and Madrid?
When's the best time to travel between Dublin and Madrid?
What flights operate between Dublin and Madrid?
How many airports are there near Dublin?
How many airports are there near Madrid?
What time do nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Madrid depart?
What time do nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Madrid arrive?
What time do flights between Dublin and Madrid depart?
What time do flights between Dublin and Madrid arrive?

Planning a trip? Thanks to our Virtual Interlining algorithm, we offer billions of route combinations between any A and any B in the world by plane, train, and bus. Find the cheapest routes and best deals for you, as well as the best dates on which to travel.

Find the best connection from Dublin to Madrid

Search, compare, and book flights, trains, or buses to get there.

Search flights, trains & buses

We hack the system, you fly for less.