Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at NT$15,857 for one-way flights and NT$22,020 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
Our handy Customer Service Portal is your one-stop shop for most travel queries, including about flight cancellations and changes due to COVID-19. For extra peace of mind, read through the terms and conditions of your preferred carrier before booking a seat.
At Expedia, we’ve been channeling our inner yogi to provide you with the most flexible airfares around town. Just click on “No change fee” directly beneath the filter heading “Flexible change policies” to find the best flights to Spain.
If it’s your first time traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ll notice plenty of new restrictions and standards in place. Take note of these tips and make your escape to Spain a smooth one:
Look into the rules and restrictions in both your destination and origin. You may not be able to travel depending on local circumstances, so make sure you check before you lock in your flight.
Keep your face mask on even during airport screening. A TSA officer will ask you to lower your mask temporarily for identification purposes.
To decrease the risk of cross-contamination, position your boarding pass on the reader yourself and then hold it up for inspection. Do not hand your boarding pass directly to a TSA agent.
TSA is now permitting passengers to take one container of hand sanitizer, up to 12 oz (350 ml) in size, in carry-on bags. This will have to be removed from your bag for X-ray screening.
Put any personal items (keys, wallet and phone) in your carry-on rather than a bin to reduce handling during screening.
Separate any food you have for X-ray scanning. Food items often trigger the alarm. Putting them in a clear plastic bag and into a bin reduces the need for a TSA officer to handle and inspect your belongings.
There are two carriers that service Spain. These are your options:
Vueling - 8578 flights to or near Spain each month, including 6981 flights to Barcelona Intl. Airport (BCN) and 1206 flights to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) per month.
Eurowings - 1488 flights to or near Spain each month, including 1371 flights to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) and 117 flights to Barcelona Intl. Airport (BCN) per month.
To nab a terrific deal to Spain, book well ahead of time. Also make use of Expedia’s handy “flexible dates” link above your search results. This will compare prices for the days around your travel dates. In the last seven days, NT$22,020 was the best price for a flight to Spain.
The cost of a round-trip ticket to Spain in the last seven days varied between NT$22,020 and NT$28,428. If you were heading one way out of Taipei (TPE), you could have scored a great deal from only NT$15,857.
You’re not short on choice in Spain. Once you’ve determined your final destination in the region, choosing one of these main airports will be a cinch:
Barcelona Intl. Airport (BCN) - 12419 flights per month.
Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) - 10932 flights per month.
Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) - 10469 flights per month.
If you’d rather spend your hard-earned vacation dollars exploring Spain rather than on your trip there, jet off earlier in the week. The most cost-effective day to travel is generally Tuesday, with Monday coming in second. With many people keeping their travel to weekends, Saturday typically has the costliest fares.
Seats ranged anywhere from NT$22,020 to NT$28,428 over the last seven days. When you’re ready to book, we’ll help you pick up a cheap flight to Spain.
As lockdowns and restrictions start to lift, many airlines are back in action with new measures including physical distancing and an increased supply of face masks, gloves and sanitizer. Here’s what numerous carriers are doing to help stop the spread of COVID-19:
Vueling - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Iberia - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Ryanair - this airline is known for cleaning with disinfectant and providing passenger masks.
With so many fascinating things to see and do in Madrid, it’s not surprising that lots of people start their Spain vacation in this buzzing city. Spend your first couple of days touring popular attractions like Prado Museum before looking around some of this place’s lesser-known highlights.
When working out what type of clothes to bring on your trip, keep in mind that Madrid has a mediterranean climate. To give you a better idea of what to expect while you’re there, look up the weather forecast before you depart.
When you’re ready to get out and see more of this wonderful region, grab the keys to one of our affordable car rentals and visit Aranjuez. It’s roughly 40 kilometers to the south of Madrid and also has renowned tourist attractions, including Church of San Antonio.