Immerse yourself in the creations of the great masters with this fascinating walking seminar of the Prado museum, one of the world’s truly great galleries. Home to thousands of works, including priceless paintings by Goya, Velazquez, Titian, Durer, Bosch, Rubens and Rembrandt, the Prado is a Mecca for amateurs and connoisseurs alike.
The Prado Museum boats a breathtaking collection of European art, from the 12th century to the early 19th century, with many famous pieces from key movements such as the Flemish school or paintings that have captured the imagination for generations such as Las Meninas or The Third of May.
This three-hour overview attempts to give you a broad, contextual frame to this intriguing collection, arming you with the tools for a more in-depth study. The walking seminar concludes with a deep appreciation for the variety of masterpieces contained within the Prado, and how the museum serves as a diorama of European history from the Renaissance to modernity. As well as the more than 7,000 paintings, there are hundreds of sculptures, almost 5,000 prints and over 8,000 drawings. This tour has been designed to be open to all and a prior knowledge of art is not necessary.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Starbucks Coffee shop located within the Westin Palace Hotel in Plaza de Canovas de Castillo, just a block from the Prado.
Start/opening time: 9am.
End/closing time: Midday.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Assistance or guided tour
AdmissionsWhat´s not included
Optional mealProduct price detail
At 10.15 am