Flights from USA to Spain for $400/$500

Spain is one of the world’s most popular countries for tourists to visit, which is kind of obvious when you consider this is the home of tapas (or pintxos in the Basque north), the place which inspired IMO Hemingway’s magnum opus For Whom the Bell Tolls, and is steeped in history from pre-Roman times through the Civil War and the dictatorship under Franco. They also have an amazing soccer *ahem* futbol league. You’ve probably heard of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona? Let the record show I supported Real Betis Balompié, the “other” team in Sevilla, before they do a Leicester 50 years from now and everyone hops on the bandwagon. That’s me, quite drunk, at a pre-match gathering of Betis fans in 2014. They finished bottom of the league and were relegated. Viva er Betis manque pierda! – Long live Betis, even when they lose!

Me and the gang

Oh right, you want to know about good flight deals to Spain, not hear me ramble. There’s a healthy patch of availability from the cities below around April-beginning of June. Madrid and Barcelona will probably be the cheapest two cities to fly to but you’ll notice a few other destinations on the list.

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Boston-Almería: May 3-12 on Iberia for $421Almería is a city in the southern province of Andalucía, in case you haven’t heard of it.

Chicago-Madrid: April 23-May 1 on Turkish Airlines for $525

Dallas-Madrid: May 2-10 on Delta for $542

Miami-Madrid: May 11-20 on Air Europa for $396

New York-Barcelona: May 3-12 on American for $401

Oakland-Palma de Mallorca: April 4-11 on Norwegian for $468 (link is in Norwegian, FYI)

San Francisco-Barcelona: April 25-May 4 on American for $539

Washington, D.C.-Barcelona: May 10-19 on Delta for $426

If you want to fly somewhere else besides Spain, you can book a cheap connecting flight using one of these awesome flight search engines. It might help to check this handy infographic on budget airlines such as Vueling, which is based on Spain. If you want to take the high-speed train between Madrid and Barcelona or learn about other ways to get around Europe, this list of travel websites and apps is a great resource to check out.

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