Flight from Hamburg to Madrid from 165 €

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Whether it’s a business meeting in Madrid or the best holiday destination in Spain, a flight booked on lufthansa.com takes you on a comfortable journey from Germany to your desired flight destination. Your comfort and well-being are top priority on every single flight for the entire time you spend on board.

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Travel from Hamburg to Madrid on affordable flights, HAM MAD. Madrid, located on the banks of the Manzanares River, is considered an epicenter of history and culture. Las Ventas, the largest bullring in the world, is located in the city. Madrid is also famous for its "Golden Triangle of Art." Museums in this celebrated triad include the Prado Museum, where one can find Diego Velázquez's Las Meninas, the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, which features works from a private collection, and the Reina Sofía Museum, which hosts Pablo Picasso's Guernica. Other fine art collections are housed in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando and the Royal Palace of Madrid. Public transportation in Madrid is cheap and efficient, as the city features 13 metro lines, more than 170 bus lines, and 10 lines of local trains. Thus, visitors can easily tour the many museums, which include the National Archaeological Museum, the Museum of the Americas or the National Museum of Anthropology. Madrid is also home to a number of venerated churches, including San Nicolás de los Servitas, the oldest surviving Catholic church in the city; Royal Chapel of St. Anthony of La Florida, commonly referred to as Goya's Sistine Chapel, and the Bishop Chapel, which houses sculptures from the Spanish Renaissance. Finally, travelers can enjoy opera at the Teatro Real and classical music at the Auditorio Nacional de Música or National Auditorium of Music. Travel from Hamburg to Madrid on economical flights, HAM MAD, to enjoy music and art in Spain's capital.

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