The size of the collection in this museum is really impressive. There is just so much of it that if you really want to see it all you would need to spread your visit over a couple if days, to avoid sensory overload!
About Prado National Museum
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An absolutely beautiful museum with all the superb artists works displayed. It is the epitome of aesthetic excellence representative of the artistic genius if representative creators. We waited until our children could truly absorb and appreciate the Prado. A return visit is a must. Wonderful...More
This is a world standard national gallery. The collection includes some of the most famous works in the world. Highlights included works by El Greco and Goya. For the disabled visitor watch out for the long queues going into the building. There is airport-class bag...More
We visited the museum during the free visit hours (from 6pm to 8pm). We queued during 45 minutes but it is worth to do, the museum is fantastic and it contains many famous piece of arts and paintings like Raphael, Rubens, Goya. In 2 hours...More
Visited Prado museum once from inside and then from outside in Mani square . Nice grand structure with live history and.systamatic way to familiarize with local culture. You can very well take auto scooter guided tour. A must visit.place and spend some quality time.
The Prado was a lovely museum filled with works from Renaissance masters like Raphael, Rembrandt, Rubens, et al, as well as Spanish artists like Velasquez and Goya. We got to see famous paintings like the 2nd and 3rd of May by Goya and Las Meninas...More
Today I have visited the museum and it was one of my worst visits of art galleries I have seen so far. The queue for the ticket office was about 300 a 400 meters long, but it took only 30 minutes to enter the museum....More
Went with my son and daughter, really pleased we went, the exhibitions were really varied and interesting. Able to put coats, hand luggage etc into a free secure cloakroom. Restaurant and coffee shop surprisingly reasonable considering they have a captive audience. A nice way to...More