high season: March to May, September to November
low season: July to August, December to February
shoulder season: June
Weather InformationMadrid experiences a Continental Mediterranean climate, with dry, warm weather throughout the year. Summers can get hot, especially in July and August, when high temperatures average 90 degrees. The winter can be considerably cooler, with temperatures averaging highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s. Spring and fall are ideal times to visit, with pleasant high temperatures ranging from the 50s to the 80s.
Crowd InformationMadrid gets busy in April and May, especially during Easter and the Feria de San Isidro bullfights. The fewest visitors come to the city in January and February.
Closure InformationMany hotels, shops, and attractions may close during August when locals go on holiday.
When to SaveDiscounts are available in the low and shoulder seasons, with the least expensive time to visit in January and February. Prices rise in April, May, and during Easter week.
Information provided by the Tourist Office of Spain