The total flight time between Madrid and London is approximately 02:34 hours on average, considering an average distance of 1,306 km, both for direct and indirect flights on the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other intermediate cities).
While in Madrid temperatures can reach an average of 37.21 degrees in summer, with rainfall levels of up to 3.0 mm, London temperatures can rise to 29.01 during the hot season, with 9.0 average rainfall rate. In winter, however, weather indicators show around -3.09 degrees in London, compared to the average -3.74 degrees reported in Madrid. During the winter period, Madrid can record 3.0 mm of precipitation, while London averages 6.0 mm of rainfall.
On the other hand, you do not need a visa to travel to the United Kingdom if the purpose of your trip is tourism or to visit a relative. In such cases, you can stay in the country for up to 180 days. Do you have another reason to travel? In that case you can see if you need a visa for the United Kingdom in this link.
Perhaps with the Brexit issue you are wondering: can I use my driver’s license in the UK? Well, you don’t have to worry, as it is still valid in 2021 and this is expected to continue for a long time.
Remember that, due to the current situation, documents and travel requirements may change. At IATI we are constantly updating this information. However, we recommend always checking with official sources.
Flights to england price
Day 1: As a first contact, why don’t you hop on one of the iconic red buses? Later, you can cross London Bridge and see the Crown Jewels in the Tower. The plan for the evening is to climb the London Eye and marvel at the views of the illuminated city.
Day 2: You have to save one of your days in London to see its museums. From the Natural History Museum, to the National Gallery, to the British Museum and the Tate Modern, all are good options to spend the day surrounded by art. In the evening, choose a musical and enjoy the show!
Day 3: If you want to do some shopping in London, go to the markets: Covent Garden, Portobello or Camden are good options. If you prefer, spend the day in Brick Lane, a lively neighborhood full of bars and second-hand stores.
London has 5 international airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City Airport. Note that cheap flights to London operated by low cost airlines land at Gatwick, Stansted and Luton.
Buses to Luton or Stansted airports take an hour to an hour and a half from Heathrow and about two to three hours from Gatwick, so keep this in mind when arranging a flight with transfers.
Heathrow and Newcastle airports are connected to their respective city centers by efficient, fast and cheap subway lines. Visitors arriving in London by landing at Heathrow can also take the Heathrow Express fast train to Paddington station (www.heathrowexpress.com or 0845 600 1515). Trains depart every 15 minutes from 05:00 until midnight. The journey takes about 15 minutes from Terminals 1, 2 and 3, and 21 minutes from Terminal 5. Terminal 4 requires a change of trains and takes about 23 minutes in total. People arriving at Gatwick can take the Gatwick Express to London Victoria (www.gatwickexpress.com or 0845 850 1530). Trains depart every 15 minutes and the journey takes 30 minutes. Stansted and Manchester also have reliable regular direct train services.