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Majestic Madrid 2.5-Hour Walking Tour

1. Majestic Madrid 2.5-Hour Walking Tour

Get to know part of Madrid on a 2-hour walking tour of some of its more majestic streets and districts. Begin your tour directly east of the ancient heart of Madrid in the literary neighborhood, the Barrio de las Letras. It's here where some of the greatest writers, poets, and playwrights in history lived. The memorable quotes lining the streets make it one of the cultural highlights of the city by day, and the busy bars and cafés make it a party hotspot by night. As you walk through the area, discover one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite bars, along with his passion for bullfighting. Then visit the Cervantes House, where one of the world's greatest novels, Don Quixote, was written. Next, walk down Calle de Alcalá and the Paseo del Prado, where you'll find iconic buildings that form an incredible skyline of bold designs, vibrant colors, and monumental grandeur.

Madrid: Reina Sofia Museum Private Tour with Skip-the-Line

2. Madrid: Reina Sofia Museum Private Tour with Skip-the-Line

Approach the contemporary art collection at the Queen Sofia Museum in a personalized and insightful manner. Your local guide has specialized in art history and will accompany you to the museum and give a short introduction to the tour and the city of Madrid.  Once at the museum, enjoy avoiding the queue and enter directly. Explore museum artworks, architecture, and history of the Spanish National Art Collection beginning in 1881, which is the year Picasso was born. During your tour of the Queen Sofia Museum, your knowledgeable guide will introduce you to the works of some of Spain’s most influential painters including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, and Salvador Dali, along with international artists. Your guide will teach you about the dictatorship regime and help you understand the effect that it had on the artistic expression of these Spanish artists, particularly during the Second Republic in the 1930's. Learn about the bombings and suffering experienced by people in Guernica and how this event shocked Picasso.  Your guide is prepared to customize the tour to meet the needs of each guest, whether you are a visitor with a general interest or a seasoned art lover. After enjoying your personalized tour, spend time visiting the temporary exhibitions or re-visit a specific artwork independently. You may want to reflect on the exhibits by resting your feet on a garden seat in the shady cloister or by having a coffee in a cafeteria.

Madrid: Prado Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

3. Madrid: Prado Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

Examine artworks by international artists such as Goya and Velazquez. Learn the use of different pictorial techniques and find out the customs and habits of society in the past. Marvel at Las Meninas, famous for the unparalleled use of the perspective. Hear about the characters, details, anecdotes, and secrets hidden in the paintings that otherwise you would not realize.  Prado Museum is located in the heart of Madrid. It is definitely an unmissable landmark in the Capital of Spain. Inaugurated in 1819, Prado Museum is the home to more than 7,000 paintings. Immerse yourself in Prado Museum and travel to the most brilliant epoch of the history of arts. Admire paintings from the North of Europe like the Flemish. Exquisite, precious, and full of detail paintings made by genius as Van der Weyden fill the rooms of the museum. Enjoy the enigmatic artwork by Bosch, which are a mirror of the society and beliefs of his time. See Italian paintings made by Fra Angelico, Rafael, and Titian whose equestrian portraits and religious painting became a source of influents for later artists. 

Prado Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

4. Prado Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

If you want your visit be complete in Madrid, you cannot miss seeing some of the world’s great masterpieces located in this museum. Founded as a museum of paintings and sculptures in 1819, it was enlarged by the addition of short pavilions at the rear of the magnificent building between 1900 and 1960. Journey through the story of Spanish and European art through the centuries and get expert explanations along the way. The collection hosts thousands of drawings, paintings, prints, and sculptures to be discovered by the visitors. Don't miss the most important ones - the visit will be focused on Durero, Fra Angélico, El Bosco, Tizziano, Tintoretto, El Greco, Velázquez, Rubens, and Goya.

Madrid: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour to Paseo del Prado

5. Madrid: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour to Paseo del Prado

Welcome to Paisaje de la Luz! Walk along the World Heritage of Madrid, discovering one of the most amazing and wonderful areas, the surroundings of Ieronimus neighbourhood where the ancient Buen Retiro Royal Palace was located and its gardens created at 40s of XVIIth century. You will admire the hightlights and jewels inside of this amazing park, the biggest in the city center, as for example de Great Lake, Parterre Gardens or the famous Crystal Palace, for instance. After visit the Retiro Park, you will know the history about the main monuments of this wonderful landscape as Puerta de Alcalá, the most famous fountain all over Madrid, Cibeles and its palace, today working as the main building belonging to the council. We will walk through the green and awesome avenue called Paseo del Prado, knowing the most interesting details about the three monumental fountains: Cibeles, Apolo and Neptune designed by Ventura Rodriguez in an unique urbanistic work from José de Hermosilla, one of the most importants urbanists at the ages of the great major king, Charles the III. We will continue walking around the great culture ant artistic institution all over Spain, Prado Museum in front of the Botanical Garden, created at the second half of XVIIIth century. At the end, you will reach Cuesta de Moyano, very famous because of the little bookshops in the streets where you can find ancient books about anything you can imagine. Tour tour finishes in front of another building: the Agriculture Ministery facind the main railway station in Madrid, Atocha. Let’s explore together this beautiful side of Madrid!! Walk with us and get surprised during two hours seeing every hidden marvels we have in Madrid!! Book now and enjoy Madrid to the maximum!!

Madrid: Paseo del Prado and the Museo Nacional Del Prado

6. Madrid: Paseo del Prado and the Museo Nacional Del Prado

Meet your local, expert guide in front of the Círculo de Bellas Artes, one of Europe's most important cultural centers. Stroll down Madrid's famous street, the Paseo del Prado, and view iconic monuments, such as the Cybele Palace, Central Bank, and the fountains of Neptune and Apollo. Visit one of the world's best art museums, the Museo Nacional Del Prado. Benefit from skip-the-line access and enjoy a fully guided tour of the incredible museum. Admire the beautiful paintings of Francisco Goya, Diego Velázquez, El Greco, and Hieronymus Bosch. Learn about the greatest works of Western art, with the help of your expert guide. Listen as they tell you about the techniques used in each piece and the background behind their creation. 

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What people are saying about Paseo del Prado

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4.4 / 5

based on 302 reviews

Loved the experience with the tour guide. The interesting part is that the guid knew how to explain the painting from different angles in order to understand the painting techniques. I highly recommend it.

Enrique, was absolutely great! We are a family with 2kids and he tried to make our visit "easy" & interesting for kids! Highly recommended!!!

Our guide was great. The collection at the museum is exactly what we wanted to see. Picasso, Dali, Miro, Man Ray, etc.

Really great tour and tour guide with vast knowledge of the city. Would highly recommend

Great tour with Enrique. He was smart, entertaining and funny