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2-Hour Tour of Prado Museum in Madrid

2-Hour Tour of Prado Museum in Madrid - Madrid, Spain
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Madrid, Spain

From USD
$68.01

The Prado Museum is one of the most important museums in the world, containing a collection of over 8000 works of the best Spanish and international artists .The museum was opened in the year 1819 with the idea to show the works of the Spanish crown during the story , and present the school of Spanish painting in the world. It is the museum with works more arts per square meter and the most visited, with over 2 million visitors per year.

Embark on a 2-hour tour of the Prado museum ... More info ›

The Prado Museum is one of the most important museums in the world, containing a collection of over 8000 works of the best Spanish and international artists .The museum was opened in the year 1819 with the idea to show the works of the Spanish crown during the story , and present the school of Spanish painting in the world. It is the museum with works more arts per square meter and the most visited, with over 2 million visitors per year.

Embark on a 2-hour tour of the Prado museum. The tour focuses on a significant selection of the great names of European painting. Passing through the most important works of Spanish painting, signed by artists such as Goya, Velazquez and Sorolla. You will also discover the Dutch painters and their works full of colors, feelings and meanings, revealing the secrets hidden in the works.

Raphael, Botticelli and Tiepolo are some Italian artists who will be shown on the visit. Works with own strength and history seem to take us in Italy of the great masters. Paintings with a wide range of topics such as religion, mythology, war, nobility and images of everyday life give a high diversity to the tour. You will also discover a wide variety of styles andselection of artists from different historical periods and places in the world from different time periods such as: Baroque, Renaissance and Impressionism.

Guests are welcome to stay at the museum after the tour.

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iVenture Card Madrid

iVenture Card Madrid - Madrid, Spain
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Duration: 7 days
Location: Madrid, Spain

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$92.01

Explore Madrid independently with a Madrid Attraction Pass. For seven consecutive days, gain free entry to 26 of the city’s most spectacular sites ... More info ›

Explore Madrid independently with a Madrid Attraction Pass. For seven consecutive days, gain free entry to 26 of the city’s most spectacular sites. Select from a pass that includes three, five or all 26 activities in order to enhance your experience in Madrid; choose to see a feisty flamenco show; visit Toledo, Royal Palace, the spectacular stadium of Real Madrid FC; and much more.

iVenture Madrid Card is a Smart card that includes the main cultural and leisure options, in addition dining, in Madrid and nearby cities. You can choose between 3 or 5 activities from a list of 26. Moreover the Unlimited Pass let the opportunity to enter to all.

ALL PACKAGES INCLUDES 3 FREE ATTRACTIONS: a single beer drink at La Excentrica Bar, a single cava drink at Casino Gran Via and small single wine drink at La Casa de Las Torrijas.

Once you activate the card, you have 7 consecutive days to see as much as you have selected before it expires.

ATTRACTIONS
1.- Madrid City Tour: 1 day ticket.
2.- Flamenco Show in Las Carboneras: Show and drink*
3.- Madrid Segway: 1 h tour (Downtown Guided Tour)*
4.- Madrid Segway: 1 h tour (Retiro Park Guided Tour)*
5.- Guided tour by bike : 3h tour and drink*
6.- Cooltra Motorbikes: Rent 24 h. (Valid driver license required)
7.- Sherry Corner (Mercado San Miguel): 6 Sherry wines and 3 pairing
8.- Toledo on your own: Bus assistance and Toledo City Tour *
9.- Shopping Express Las Rozas: Bus assistance and VIP Saving Card (10%off)

GUIDED TOURS
10.- Madrid Highlights: Bus assistance and guided tour.
11.- Walking Tour: The inspiring Madrid.*
12.- Royal Palace Guided Tour (10€ supplement payable to Julia Travel Office)*
13.- Toledo Half Day Tour (20€ supplement payable to Julia Travel Office)*
14.- El Escorial & Valley of The Fallen Half Day Tour (30€ supplement payable to Julia Travel Office)*
15.- Avila & Segovia Full Day Tour (40€ supplement payable to Julia Travel Office)*

MUSEUMS
16.- Tour Bernabeu: “Skip the Line” Entrance Ticket (5€ supplement payable to Julia Travel Office)
17.- Prado Museum Guided Tour: “Skip the Line” Entrance Ticket and Guided Tour *
18.- Reina Sofia Art National Museum: Entrance Ticket
19.- Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum: Entrance Ticket
20.- Wax Museum: “Skip the Line” Entrance ticket
21.- La Almudena Cathedral Museum – Entrance Ticket and Audiotour
22.- The Atletico de Madrid Tour: “Skip the Line” Entrance ticket and Guided Tour.
23.- Tour Las Ventas – Bullfighting Museum: “Skip the Line” Entrance ticket and audio guide

RESTAURANTS

24.- Hard Rock Café: Burger Menu and drink
25.- Txapela Restaurant: 7 Pintxos Menu and drink
26.- La Taurina Restaurant: Paella Menu and drink

FREE ATTRACTIONS:
1.- La Casa de las Torrijas – Small Single Wine Glass
2.- Casino Gran Via – Entrance and Single Cava Drink (+18 year– Identify card Required)
3.- La Excentrica Bar – Single Beer Drink

* Booking in advance required (minimum 24 hours before).
It would have more information about the activities in the iVenture Card Madrid Guide given with the card.

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Prado Museum Afternoon Guided Tour

Prado Museum Afternoon Guided Tour  - Madrid, Spain
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Madrid, Spain

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$44.00

Explore Spain’s National Art Museum, the Prado Museum, along with a professional, local guide and a group of a maximum of 30 people. This 2-hour tour will lead you through the museum for you to learn all the details about the building and the exquisite artwork inside it.

Meet your guide at the Velazquez Statue at the Prado Museum to begin your tour of Spain’s National Art Museum.

Your guide will lead you through the museum, which first opened its doors as a museum in 1819 ... More info ›

Explore Spain’s National Art Museum, the Prado Museum, along with a professional, local guide and a group of a maximum of 30 people. This 2-hour tour will lead you through the museum for you to learn all the details about the building and the exquisite artwork inside it.

Meet your guide at the Velazquez Statue at the Prado Museum to begin your tour of Spain’s National Art Museum.

Your guide will lead you through the museum, which first opened its doors as a museum in 1819. Learn about the building and the incredible artwork housed in this 18th-century Neo-Classical building. You will see works by such great European artists as Velázquez, Goya, Raphael, Rubens, and Bosch, as well as other major Italian and Flemish artists.

Your tour will conclude at the museum.

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Early Access Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Private Tour

Early Access Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Private Tour  - Madrid, Spain

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Madrid, Spain

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$73.14

Live a unique experience visiting the museum 1- hour before than the rest of the visitors. This early access guided tour offers the chance to enjoy in person the museum’s awakening before it opens its doors to the public ... More info ›

Live a unique experience visiting the museum 1- hour before than the rest of the visitors. This early access guided tour offers the chance to enjoy in person the museum’s awakening before it opens its doors to the public. This ticket entitles you to explore one of the themed routes around the Permanent Collection or view the Temporary Exhibition.

The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum offers visitors an overview of art from the 13th century to the late 20th century. In the nearly one thousand works on display, visitors can contemplate the major periods and pictorial schools of western art such as the Renaissance, Mannerism, the Baroque, Rococo, Romanticism and the art of the 19th and 20th centuries up to Pop Art.

The museum also features works from some movements not represented in state-owned collections, such as Impressionism, Fauvism, German Expressionism and the experimental avant-garde movements of the early 20th century.

In addition, it boasts an important collection of 19th-century American painting not found in any other European museum institutions.

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Madrid Prado Museum Entrance Ticket

Madrid Prado Museum Entrance Ticket - Madrid, Spain
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Madrid, Spain

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$17.69

The Prado National Museum (Museo Nacional del Prado) dates back almost 200 years has been described as a museum of painters not of paintings. The museum features largest holdings of Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez and Goya, some numbering more than 100 works ... More info ›

The Prado National Museum (Museo Nacional del Prado) dates back almost 200 years has been described as a museum of painters not of paintings. The museum features largest holdings of Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez and Goya, some numbering more than 100 works. This admission ticket gets you in to explore at your leisure during museum opening hours.

The Prado (Museo Nacional del Prado) and its collections of paintings, drawings, and sculpture reflect the history of Spain, whose waning role on the international stage in the 19th century reduced its appeal for foreign artists. Spanish artists now trained and worked abroad: in Rome at the beginning of the century, and from the mid-century onward in Paris, the new world capital of art. The nationalistic fervor that characterized the entire century, reflected by Spanish artists in canvases celebrating the country’s peoples, landscapes and history, and the Disentailment of ecclesiastical possessions which, when they entered the Prado from the Museo de la Trinidad, significantly enriched the original holdings from the Royal Collection, are all reflected in the Museum’s collections, which terminate in 1881, the year of Picasso’s birth. 


While primarily oriented towards painting, these collections also include outstanding examples of sculpture, the decorative arts and works on paper, from antiquity to the 19th century.

Exchange your admission voucher anytime during museum opening hours. 

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Prado Small Group Tour With Skip-the-Line Entry

Prado Small Group Tour With Skip-the-Line Entry - Madrid, Spain

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Madrid, Spain

From USD
$119.00

Join an art historian for a small group, skip the line introduction to Prado Museum and its masterpieces by such artists as Hieronymus Bosch, Titian, Rubens and Velazquez.

During this three-hour overview of the Prado Museum with an art historian guide, you will get a broad, contextual introduction to this exciting collection, arming you with the tools for a more in-depth study at a later date. Our group will be small (never more than 6 people), so we'll have plenty of time for questions as we wind our way through the galleries.

We'll begin by exploring the paintings that once formed part of the private collections of Spanish monarchs ... More info ›

Join an art historian for a small group, skip the line introduction to Prado Museum and its masterpieces by such artists as Hieronymus Bosch, Titian, Rubens and Velazquez.

During this three-hour overview of the Prado Museum with an art historian guide, you will get a broad, contextual introduction to this exciting collection, arming you with the tools for a more in-depth study at a later date. Our group will be small (never more than 6 people), so we'll have plenty of time for questions as we wind our way through the galleries.

We'll begin by exploring the paintings that once formed part of the private collections of Spanish monarchs. These works form the core of the Prado's collections, and include such masterpieces as The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch and The Descent from the Cross by Roger van der Weyden, two of the most important paintings in the museum. We'll trace Spanish history through the art of the Prado, following the Habsburg dynasty in Spain, and learn how Charles V and his son Philip II became prominent patrons of Italian artists such as Titian. We'll look closely at Titian's powerful portraits of both regents, and compare and contrast the way in which he depicted father and son as we decode the political and religious components of each painting.

We will also learn about Velazquez, court painter and artistic advisor to King Philip IV (grandson of Philip II), and his influence over many of the works commissioned and acquired for the royal collection. We'll look closely at the artist's own works, particularly his famous Las Meninas. Finally, we'll finish in the Goya rooms, where we can review the relationships between artists and their royal patrons as we study such works as The Family of Charles IV, a family portrait dated circa 1800 with interesting political connotations. At the end of our introduction, you'll have a deep appreciation for the variety of masterpieces contained within the Prado.

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