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Cheap round-trip flights to Madison

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Travel to Madison, Wisconsin

Orbitz.com makes it easy to find cheap flights to Madison, Wisconsin. The website searches numerous flight combinations to find you deals on airline tickets. Whether you're planning a family vacation or a weekend getaway, Madison has plenty of attractions to occupy your time. From museums to tranquil gardens, the city has something to offer everyone.

Flying into Madison

The Dane County Regional Airport is located at 4000 International Lane, 5 miles northeast of downtown Madison. Several airlines offer flights to Madison, including American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines and United Express. You can get from the airport into the city via taxicab or bus. Cabs run on metered rates, so the total cost depends on your final destination. Bus Route 20 runs from the airport into the city. The bus stop is located on the median outside door #6. Bus tickets cost $2. If you want your own transportation, you can use Orbitz.com to reserve a rental car. Six car-rental companies have rental desks near the baggage claim area, including Alamo, Avis, Budget and Hertz.

Exploring the Area

Madison has a humid continental climate with cold snowy winters and hot humid summers. Low temperatures in January average around 10°F and high temperatures in July average around 82°F. Snowfall is typically moderate, but can occasionally be heavy; the city gets an average of 38-inches of snow per year. If you're traveling with children, you should visit the Henry Vilas Zoo and the Madison Children's Museum. The Chazen Museum of Art features an extensive collection of paintings, photographs, sculptures and prints. One of Madison's most popular attractions, the Olbrich Botanical Gardens features a rock garden, a green oasis with a sunken garden and a tropical conservatory.

Plan Your Trip to Madison

The kid-friendly attractions, museums to explore and gardens with breathtaking scenery, Madison makes a great vacation destination. When you're ready to book your trip, visit Orbitz.com to find cheap flights to Madison.

Madison When to Go

Though it’s an affordable year-round destination, Madison still has a popular high season from June through October, when average highs range from the low 80s to the high 60s, and warm summer skies are followed by golden fall foliage. In the summer, shop the largest producer-only farmers market in the country at the Dane County Farmers’ Market on the Square. In July, Art Fair on the Square brings 500-juried artists and a festive event organized by the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Top athletes from around the country and 45,000-plus spectators descend in September for the U.S. Ironman Wisconsin. Cooler fall breezes come in October, when University of Wisconsin-Madison’s homecoming celebrations paint the town.

For lighter crowds and still-pleasant weather, visit Madison during its shoulder-season months of November, April, and May. A notoriously fickle spring month, April often means a mix of rain and cool weather with peaks in the 60s.  May is also rainy, but temperatures climb into the 70s and there’s this: the world’s largest Brat Fest, a Memorial Weekend celebration of epic Wisconsin proportion. For another serious midwestern festival, come in November for the annual Wisconsin Original Cheese Festival, with everything from artisan cheeses and dinners to creamery tours and tastings.

Madison’s low season and the heart of its cold and snowy winter run from December through March, with average highs teetering between 20 and 30 degrees and lows around 15 degrees. This is the time to find the very best deals to Madison, especially if you enjoy winter sports like snow sailing, ice fishing, and even cycling—thanks to Madison’s well-maintained bike trails. January may be the coldest month, but that’s when tough-as-nails cyclists come out to play.

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