Cheap Flights to Ciudad Lineal

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How much do things cost in Ciudad Lineal?
Loaf of white bread $1.35
Imported beer at restaurant $4.07
1 Pair of men leather shoes $115.25
Coke bottle $2.80
Oranges (1kg) $2.06
Taxi start $3.39
One-way ticket (local transport) $2.03
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $14.69
Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment $168.94
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $0.95
* All price are converted to USD

About Ciudad Lineal

Ciudad Lineal is a district in Madrid, the capital of Spain. The area is well connected via air and train. If you are coming from overseas, take a plane that goes to the Madrid airport and board a car from the airport to reach the district. Several international airlines offer cheap flights to Ciudad Lineal and booking tickets online is a wise choice as it helps you get some additional discounts. However, if you are rich and like to live life king size, then instead of taking cheap flights to Ciudad Lineal, you can hire a chartered flight as well and save your precious time. There are several hotels in Ciudad Lineal and some of them have excellent quality restaurants. You can enjoy the local Spanish cuisine in these restaurants and refresh your taste buds.

Like every other district in Madrid, Ciudad Lineal has a lot to offer and you may skip a few if you don’t have enough time. Spain is famous for bull fighting and less than 3 km away from the city center is situated one of the most famous bullrings, The Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas. It’s considered the home of bullfighting in the entire country. The seating capacity of Las Ventas is 25,000 and every Sunday, during March-December, you can witness a vicious bullfighting event in this arena.

After visiting The Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, you can calm down your senses by going to the Madrid Congress Center. There are total 20 rooms in the building and some of them are ideal for hosting exhibitions. The next place you can visit is the IFEMA. It is the country’s largest fair ground and organizes seventy shows every year. The shows are attended by 30000 exhibitors and four million visitors every year.

Tourists can end the city tour by going to the Gran Via in the evening. It’s one of the most posh shopping streets in Madrid. There are several shopping malls and movie theatres. If you want to buy some exclusive garments or a few souvenirs for family members back home, this is the ideal destination for you.

Information about travelling to Ciudad Lineal

  • Currency exchange rate
    €1.00(EUR) = $1.09(USD)