The Prado Museum is a very big museum and you need many hours to visit all. We were really impressed by the current Velasquez exhibition
Well... The only thing I can say - If you have not been to Prado Museum, you have not been in Madrid at all! First of all a friendly piece of advice - purchase ticket in advance online to avoid queues. What I really liked about the museum is that the most masterpieces from Renaissance Period (Titian, El Greco etc)... More
There are many paintings for exhibit, it takes around 2-3 hrs to cover all the rooms. Entrance fee is 14Euro.
So much to see and if you go at the right time and don't mind queueing then it can be yours for free. There are so many exhibits you will be struggling to see them all in the free two hours available if you go at the right time. Check the website or Tourist information for all free time for... More
We spent there about 5 hours with 2 short breaks and it was worth it. We enjoyed it greatly and we felt tired at the end as a wonderful but hard work is needed to enjoy the collection. The masterpieces speak for themselves.It is overwhelming. It is open for free every evening from from 6 till seven (if my memory... More
What a fabulous place to spend a day, relaxing, stimulating and very interesting. The Goya paintings are breathtaking. Spanish guitarist playing in the garden outside the entrance, simply stunning.
The museum is well organized, the staff are courteous and helpful, and the collection is outstanding. I went on a Monday morning as the museum opened (10:00) and it wasn't crowded at all. I particularly enjoyed the numerous El Greco, Velasquez and Goya paintings, as well as the rich collection of Italian, Dutch, and Flemish works of art. Of the... More
The entrance fee was around $10 and there are a lot of exhibits to see of all types. The rooms are large enough for individuals to stand and admire the sculptures, paintings, and exhibits without being interrupted by tour groups in the same room. We took about 4 hours to get through the whole museum and didn't feel rushed for... More
Well worth the price of admission. An architectural gem, brilliantly designed as a showplace for art. The galleries are well organized and clearly numbered. The paintings are well spaced in the galleries. We spent 3+ hours and were not yet tired. Usually we reach our limit after two hours. We loved the visit. Hint: don't try to see everything. Pick... More
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