Madrid has a new private jet terminal at Barajas airport, where it has moved all its traffic from Torrejon airport. Barajas being larger and operating 24hrs, the move is justified. The new terminal is ideal for flights to and from Madrid, Spain. Flying to Madrid is now much easier.

Chartering and renting a private jet to Madrid allows you to enjoy Spain´s largest city, which is also its capital. Madrid City has a population of 3.3 million, while the metro area is about 6.5 million. Its population and area ranks right up there with the largest European cities like London, Berlin, and Paris. It offers many cultural activities, mainly the Golden Triangle of Art, which consists of the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Madrid private jet hire also means one can visit landmarks like the Puerta del Sol, Plaza de Cibeles, Puerta de Alcala, the Gran Via, and the Retiro Park.

The night life in Madrid is a well known attraction. Everything can be found from flamenco to live music, to clubs, to jazz, to cocktails, and to Tapas bars. The most popular areas to go out are Malasana, Puerta del Sol, Bilbao, Moncloa, Atocha, Tribunal, Alonso Martinez, Gran Via, Opera, Huertas, Chueca, and Lavapies.

Madrid offers the best football (soccer) in the world. Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid both make their homes here. The teams have been around since 1902. Real Madrid has a greater name and hires the best players in the world each year. Tickets can be found in and around town. can help with this if need be.

Madrid is home to some great culinary treats. Please see below some typical dishes:

• Bocadillo de calamares: A sandwich of fried squid.
• Patatas bravas: Irregularly-cut fried potatoes covered in a spicy tomato sauce. • Callos a la madrileña: A tripe-based dish is made with chorizo, blood sausage, the hoof and snout of a cow, sweet paprika, and the tripe of a calf or lamb.
• Oreja a la plancha: Grilled ear of pork with garlic and/or with spicy sauce. • Soldaditos de Pavía: Battered and fried strips of unsalted cod fish.
• Caracoles a la madrileña. Snails cooked in a spicy sauce.
• Huevos estrellados: A dish of eggs fried in olive oil served with French fries and often a sliced ham or bacon or sausage, chorizo or chistorra.
• Cocido madrileño: A popular beef-and-vegetable stew, consisting of chickpeas, meat, vegetables, and sausage, the dish is served in three courses. The first course consists of a broth-based soup, the second includes the beans and vegetables, and the final course contains the meat and sausage.
• Gambas al ajillo and setas al ajillo: Literally prawns with garlic and mushrooms with garlic, these dishes are served piping hot and are popular appetizers at midday meal.