The city of Madrid is located at almost the exact geographical centre of the Iberian Peninsula, at a latitude of 40 degrees 25 minutes north, 3 degrees 42 minutes west. It will come as a surprise to many of our readers to learn that Madrid is situated further west than London, Liverpool or Edinburgh.
Where is Madrid situated?
How close is London to Madrid?
The shortest distance (air line) between London and Madrid is 784.55 mi (1,262.61 km). The shortest route between London and Madrid is 1,066.81 mi (1,716.86 km) according to the route planner.
Is Spain near London?
The distance between London and Spain is 1403 km.
Is Madrid safe?
Madrid is generally a safe city, although you should, as in most European cities, be wary of pickpockets on transport and around major tourist sights. Although you should be careful, don’t be paranoid; remember that the overwhelming majority of travellers to Madrid rarely encounter any problems.
Can you take a train from London to Spain?
It is possible to travel by train to Spain in a day from the UK. The fastest route is to take the Eurostar from London St Pancras International Railway Station then change in Paris to catch a high speed train to Figueres, Girona and Barcelona.
How far is Madrid from London by plane?
The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Madrid and London is 1,263 km= 785 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Madrid to London, It takes 1.4 hours to arrive.
Is Spain close to England?
Distance from Spain to England
The shortest distance (air line) between Spain and England is 4,645.93 mi (7,476.91 km).