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I wish we planned more time for the museum we stayed about an hour and a half and didnt do even 80% of the first floor galleries. Plan your time wisely. Every painting gives you emotion you cant run through the paintings as quickly as...More
No many how many times you visit Madrid the Prado is a must visit . So much easier a visit and less crowded than the Lovre . Their free guide makes it easy to see their important pieces if you are short of time ....More
Wonderful place filled with breath taking master pieces. The one negative thing that I would like to comment about the Prado is the fact that it's lighting is horrible. Some of the painting you need to be at the back of the room to see...More
This was my second visit to this museum and I enjoyed it as much as last time. The well known pieces of art such as Velazquez's Las Meninas and Goya's The Dog and Third of May 1808 ...........way to many to mention are obviously in...More
My wife and I enjoyed the exhibition of Lorenzo Lotto. He is an artist who is not well known but he was a great artist. Lorenzo Lotto was an Italian painter, draughtsman and illustrator, traditionally placed in the Venetian school, though much of his career...More
The area around the elegant Paseo del Prado boulevard is much-visited by both locals and tourists. The world-famous Prado, the Reina Sofia, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza museums form a triangle of art and culture that spans this grand and beautiful avenue. On weekdays, the Prado Museum opens its doors for free after-work hours, drawing a diverse and excited queue of art lovers that wraps around the block. Palacio de
Cibeles and Círculo de Bellas Artes cultural centers are other artsy hangouts to check out, with rooftop bars that provide impressive views of the city. While the Paseo del Prado and its roundabouts form a busy throughway in Madrid, a broad green pedestrian park in the middle is a calm and gorgeous place for a relaxing stroll. Just east of the museums, the Retiro Park is always a confluence of activity as families and friends of all ages take to the pretty paths and lawns to stretch their legs or to have a picnic.
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Yes... you can draw there. I saw various people drawing inside the museum and no one told them to stop. What I am sure you CANNOT do is bring in a stand and set things up to draw. A sketch pad is ok but an easel etc.. will... More
Yes... you can draw there. I saw various people drawing inside the museum and no one told them to stop. What I am sure you CANNOT do is bring in a stand and set things up to draw. A sketch pad is ok but an easel etc.. will not be admitted.
Security would probably take this sort of equipment away before you even get in. Hope I helped you and ENJOY this beautiful museum. 😃