Madrid & Barcelona, Air, 6 nights, From $1,079
Treat yourself to shopping and bullfights in Madrid before admiring Gaudi's masterpieces in Barcelona.
Starting January 26, 2012, all packages including airfare are required to include taxes and fees in the price. Please contact the tour company to see if the cost of this package has been affected. Additional restrictions/baggage charges may also apply. See deal link below for a full list of terms and conditions.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare from New York City to Madrid, then from Barcelona to New York City on Delta Airlines; three nights at the Rafael Hoteles Ventas in Madrid—close to the famous Las Ventas bull ring and shopping in Salamanca; three nights at the GBB Hotel Front Maritim Barcelona—just a 20-minute metro ride from the city center; a regional flight from Madrid to Barcelona via Air Europa; and breakfast daily, from $1,079 per person—including all hotel and airport taxes and fees.
When Thru Apr. 12, 2012 (from $1,079).
Gateways New York City ($1,079); additional gateways available.
The Fine Print Includes all taxes and fees. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is $293. Based on a November 25 departure date; rates for other dates may vary. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
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Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip multicity airfare from New York City to Madrid and Barcelona starts from $737 in January (Aer Lingus). For $342 more, this package gives you airfare, 6 nights accommodations in two cities, a regional flight, breakfast daily, and all taxes and fees.
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