A Champions League travel guide to Madrid for Tottenham fans

Tottenham’s reward for getting past Inter Milan in the last 16 of the Champions League is a trip to the capital of Spain to face Real Madrid. There will be high demand for tickets, flights and accommodation in Madrid, so here is all the information you need to make sure you beat the crowd!

The Spanish capital Madrid is a great destination to visit and Real Madrid’s stadium the Santiago Bernabeu is a great arena to watch football in. The 80,000 capacity stadium is one of the world’s most famous football venues and is located in the north of Madrid.

The all-important date of the first leg in Madrid is Tuesday 5th April!

Flights and Hotels:

Madrid-Barajas Airport is located to the north-east of the Spanish capital. There are plenty of flights available from London to Madrid, with return flights for under £100. The main airline that flies to Madrid is easyJet, as they depart from London Gatwick and Luton and the journey lasts for a little over two hours. There is also the option to fly with Air Europa from Gatwick or British Airways from London City Airport, although the price of these flights, especially the latter, is generally higher.

For travellers with a reasonably small budget, the two-star accommodation offered by Hostal Maria Alcanzar II could be ideal. Accommodation is available for as little as £25 per night and its city centre location makes it perfect for exploring the city before or after the footy.

Football fans with a little more cash to spend will want to take a look at the Best Western Arosa. The four-star hotel has 126 air-conditioned guestrooms, and the hotel bar is ideal for a post-match drink. Rooms are available from around £65 per person per night, for the hotel located in the heart of the city.

If you have a large budget to dip into, then another Best Western hotel, the Best Western Atlantico is well worth considering. Also offering four-star accommodation, the hotel has 114 rooms spread over 9 floors. Ideally located in the north of the city centre, prices top £100 for a one-night stay in this hotel.

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