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Botin Lunch and Prado Museum Visit in Madrid

Highlights
  • Guided tour of the Prado Museum ensures you cover all the highlights
  • Skip the line entrance: avoid the long queues and go straight inside
  • Three-course lunch of traditional Spanish cuisine and Rioja wine at Botin restaurant
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Botin Lunch and Prado Museum Visit in Madrid
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Botin Lunch and Prado Museum Visit in Madrid
From US$161.51
Overview
Combine a visit to Madrid’s most popular museum with a delicious lunch at one of the city’s most famous restaurants. Avoid the long queues with a skip-the-line ticket for the Prado Museum of Madrid and discover masterpieces by Goya, Raphael, and Rembrandt on a guided walking tour. Then, tuck into a delicious lunch with wine at the Botin restaurant, whose former patrons include Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the Kings of Spain.
What to Expect

Discover the dramatic history and rich culture of Spain through two of Madrid’s most famous institutions: the Prado Museum and the Sobrino de Botín restaurant, named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest restaurant in the world!

Head straight to the must-see paintings at Prado Museum (no waiting in line required!) as you discover the dramatic history of Spain through art in a fascinating and succinct 1.5 hour tour. The characters, artists and events that made these works possible will come alive as you make visit approximately 20 of the most famous artworks. You'll see works by masters like Velazquez, Goya, Bosch and Titian, and gain a firm footing to appreciate and understand each masterpiece.

Then, after a morning the in the museum, make your way to Madrid’s gorgeous Literary Quarter and see remnants of Spain’s Golden Age. Stroll the streets that were frequented by Spain’s literary greats before diving into a century-old tavern for a traditional Madrid aperitif.

Thirst quenched, head to the oldest restaurant in the world for a leisurely lunch complete with slow-roasted pork and red Rioja wine! Demystify the living history inside Botin, from its escape tunnels to the table still reserved for writer Ernest Hemingway, before tasting the roasted house specialty from the nearly 300+ year old ovens. You'll dine as Goya, F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Kings of Spain and others did! 

Reviews (25)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Great tour!

Ewan was a fantastic host and guide! He led us through the museum highlighting important pieces and ones that were requested. He was very adaptable to all needs. Would request him on another tour.

Thank Kathryn S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Fantastic combination of arts and food!

We were the only guests on the tour and had an amazing time with Joy. Joy weaved the historic and cultural elements as we viewed the key masterpieces inside the Prado. This is certainly an excellent way to experience the Prado, without getting lost amongst...More

1  Thank lingNYC
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great experience

Most knowledgeable guide, Ewan. Felt like family, would recommend to all. Could not navigate El Prado without is help. Lunch was amazing

Thank rvourkas
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent Prado Tour and Lunch at Botin!

We were touring Spain with a larger group and had a free day in Madrid. We had heard about this tour and fortunetly signed up - we're so glad we did! Ewan, our Devour guide promptly met us and two other couples at the Prado...More

Thank SunnySide408
Oliver Lucas G, Head Guide at Devour Madrid Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hola! Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a special review. Visiting the Prado with Ewan is indeed a special event, his breadth of knowledge and passion for Spanish art gives context and breathes life into many of the paintings in...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic tour!

I joined the Prado and Botin Lunch hosted by the wonderful Joy. Joy was very knowledgeable in art and Madrid's history and showed such genuine enthusiasm in hosting and sharing her love for the city. I guess people have read other reviews of the tour....More

1  Thank Maria D
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Response from 2adults4kidsKL | Reviewed this property |
I think we spent close to 2 hours in the Prado Museum. The tour started just before 10 a.m. and lasts about 4 hours. As it ends with lunch at Botin, what time it actually ends would depend on how long you decide to take to... More
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