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|Name||Carrier code||IATA Code||Passport needed during booking||Online check-in available|
|Ryanair||RYR||FR||No||Opens 24 days before flight|
Closes 2 hours before flight
|Iberia Airlines||IBE||IB||Yes||Opens 24 days before flight|
Closes 3 hours before flight
|Vueling||VLG||VY||No||Opens 168 days before flight|
Closes 4 hours before flight
Madrid travel tips
1) If you are in Madrid for a few days, the Madrid Card can help you save money on sightseeing
The Madrid Card offers free skip-the-line entry to the best museums in the Spanish capital, free use of public transport, and 30% off in many cafes and souvenir shops. The cost of the card for three days is 67 euro, and 47 euro for one day for adults. Accordingly, such a card makes sense if you are in Madrid for a few days.
2) If you like nice design stuff, head to the Mercado Central de Diseño market
Mercado Central de Diseño is one of the most famous design markets in Madrid. It is held in the Matadero space. A cool design crowd gathers here, offering their innovative products to the general public.
3) Visit the oldest restaurant in the world in Madrid, where the famous painter Goya worked as a waiter
Sobrino de Botín is the oldest operating restaurant globally, where Goya himself once worked as a waiter. However, the prices are very high here – a drink will cost 25-30 euro.
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