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Travel from Madrid to Ibiza..pls help..

Jakarta
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Travel from Madrid to Ibiza..pls help..

Hi ...I need your help pleaseee...

I plan to travel from madrid to Ibiza on August 2007.

Please guys, helpppp...

Do I have to take a bus or train...how much it will cost me?..

This will be my first time in Spain...

Thanks for your information...

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1. Re: Travel from Madrid to Ibiza..pls help..

Madrid is on mainland Spain & Ibiza is an island, one of the Balearic islands - you will have to fly.

Air Europa, Iberia & Spanair fly that route.

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2. Re: Travel from Madrid to Ibiza..pls help..

http://www.skyscaner.net/

This website searches for cheap flights within europe (in this case spain) and compares among all of the availalble airlines. I dont believe that you can book flights within spain on expedia nor will a travel agent do it for you

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