Hop on board this open-top double-decker bus for a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Madrid. On these 2 comprehensive routes you will see everything…
Visit The Prado Museum with no queues and discover what is considered to be one of the world's finest collections of European art, dating from 12th…
Enjoy entry to the permanent exhibition of the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza and its temporary exhibitions.
Discover Madrid through a private tour in an environmentally friendly, luxurious vehicle inspired by the 30s. This is an original and fun way to…
What people are saying about Paseo del Prado
As a solo traveler and non-Spanish speaker, I liked how art descriptions were detailed in both English and Spanish and they had a few notable artworks that you wouldn’t expect like a Rothko, Toulouse le trec, Georgia o keef , and monetize to name a few. Be sure and check to see if you want to see is not on exposition somewhere else. A good 3 hours is all you need to see everything and go down to the basement to see their latest exposition. You will not be disappointed. Lastly, you can take pictures and you can drink and take water but not around the artwork.
I stay around gran via hotel. That is so easy and fast to get in the hop on and off bus when I present the online ticket. And the audio is very clear , somemore got usb so that I can charge my handphone battery and keep snap my picture when bus is go around. Route 1 & 2 is Madrid main historical and new place to going too. But one thing I hope it can finish at 11pm cuz still hv many tourist still around those area. But we r lucky can get the last bus went back to our hotel.
On our first attempt at the historic tour the top deck was full. Each time a seat up there was vacated there was a mad unsupervised rush to grab the seat. It was not a good experience. But when we eventually got a seat up there the view, the tour and the recorded guide were all excellent
Our guide was fabulous with fantastic English. Unfortunately, the museum is so packed we couldn’t even see some paintings. Unless you’re a real connoisseur, I would almost Side with the people who say skip the Prado and go to the Sofia de Reina and other sites in Madrid.
The museum is not so big but if you are in Madrid you don't have to miss to visit; the collection of paintings is amazing and you must really see it. After you finish the visit you can take a snack at the terasa Thyssen-Bornemisza