Stroll through history and feel like royalty in this expansive Spanish capital
Private Jet Charter to Madrid
With its stately palaces, ornate cathedrals, lavish art museums, and lively squares, Madrid is the kind of place where you’ll want to stay a while and explore every nook and cranny. Feel like royalty while touring the Royal Palace of Madrid. Gaze at a Goya or peek at a Picasso in the Golden Triangle of Art. People watch while sipping a Spanish coffee or flute of cava while tucking into some tapas from the many street cafés, bars and restaurants. And make sure to shop for the latest fashions and espadrilles in the place that invented them.Read more about private jet charter flights in Madrid
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Madrid jet charter informationThe capital and largest city in Spain, Madrid is the third largest city in the European Union, after London and Berlin, and has a population of approximately 3.3 million residents. The metropolitan area is around 6.5 million and encompasses 20 surrounding municipalities.A global economic force, Madrid is the home base for 21 Fortune 500 companies and is also a major exporter of goods, including automobiles and automotive parts, refined petroleum oil, virgin olive oil, and wine.Spain’s National Day is celebrated Oct. 12, dating back to 1492 when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas.
Things to Do in MadridA city for those who love to stroll through history, the site that is now Madrid has been inhabited since prehistoric days. Archaeological finds are still being excavated along the banks of the River Manzanares today and ruins date as far back as the Roman Empire.One of Madrid's most significant features is the Golden Triangle of Art, which is made up of three prestigious art museums — Prado Museum, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Found along the Paseo del Prado, all three buildings contain an extensive collection of both historic and modern art samples from among every major genre.Visitors can also take a tour of one of Europe’s largest castles, the Royal Palace of Madrid, which is the official residence of the Spanish royal family that is now used for state occasions. The 18th century ridge-top palace features a throne room and a significant number of Goya paintings as well as other antiques and artworks.Next door is the Renaissance-era Convent of Las Descalzas Reales, which also holds a magnificent collection of art.Located in the heart of Madrid is the St. Jerome the Royal church, an example of Gothic architecture from the early 16th century. The remaining structure of a Hieronymite monastery, it has undergone numerous restorations over the years.Continue your stroll to the Parque del Buen Retiro , a 19th century park with a boating lake, rose garden, fountains and statues. Stop for a bite and a refreshing glass of cava at Plaza Major, Madrid’s vibrant main square that features a statue of Phillip III, Plaza de Cibeles, or Puerto del Sol, a vast pedestrianized public square, which are lined with cafés, tapas bars, fine dining restaurants and shops.The Salamanca District is where to go for upscale fine dining and luxury shopping options, while you can enjoy classical theatre and opera at the many theatres and concert halls found around the Plaza de Canalejas.
How to Book Charter Flights to MadridStratos Jet Charters offers luxurious Madrid private jet charters. Enjoy a charter experience personalized to your every need. Stratos helps to take the hassle out of international travel by handling the details such as hotel reservations and ground transportation to meet your schedule.Fly on demand to Madrid with as little as four hours' notice. Our excellent reputation and reputation with top international operators provides our clients with an extensive selection of aircraft types and sizes. No matter the size of your group or the special needs of your flight, a Stratos air charter consultant can pair you with the best available aircraft.
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Avoid security lineups and know that your baggage will safely arrive with you when you book a Madrid private plane through Stratos Jet Charters. Arrive with ease at Barajas International Airport (LEMD), located only seven miles from downtown Madrid. Stratos can also arrange ground transportation from the airport to your hotel as well as any concierge services you may require.
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