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Prado Museum and Bourbon Madrid Guided Tour with Tickets

Enjoy skip-the-line tickets to see the rich collection of the Prado Museum.

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Adult Ages 15 - 99
Youth Ages 7 - 14
Child Ages 3 - 6
Infant Ages 0 - 2
Private Tour Base price for 2 people

Madrid: Prado Museum and Bourbon Madrid Guided Tour with Tickets

Embark on a captivating 3-hour exploration with your local guide that unveils the essence of Bourbon Madrid and the cultural tapestry of the Prado Museum. 

Begin your adventure in the iconic Puerta del Sol (Gate of the Sun), a popular public square best known for its famous clock and for being the center of the radial network of Spanish roads.

Delve into the historical tapestry of Bourbon Madrid, navigating through pivotal areas shaped during the 18th century. With the Bourbon influence, Madrid’s narrow streets, palaces, and churches were transformed into a city characterized by classicism and restructured urban spaces.

Take a leisurely stroll down Alcalá Avenue, where some of the iconic landmarks and architectural examples of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Continue your journey to Plaza de Cibeles, where you’ll be amazed by the magnificent Cibeles Fountain, honoring the Roman goddess of fertility and nature. 

Move towards the exquisite Apollo Fountain, symbolizing artistic beauty and inspiration. Then, admire the regal Neptune Fountain, representing the power and might of the seas. Your exploration leads you to Alcalá Gate (Puerta de Alcalá), a Neo-classical symbol that embodies Madrid’s enduring strength and resilience in the Plaza de la Independencia.

The journey swiftly transitions to the world-renowned Prado Museum, offering a concise yet comprehensive tour of its highlights. Marvel at masterpieces by the most famous Spanish and European artists from the 14th to the 19th centuries, including Velazquez, El Greco, Goya, Titian, Rubens, Bosch, Raphael, Tintoretto and Van Dyck, among others. Following the guided tour, participants enjoy free exploration time within the museum, with a gentle reminder of the no-re-entry policy upon exiting with the same ticket.

This condensed yet immersive experience concludes, leaving participants with the freedom to further explore independently. Additionally, suggestions are provided for the continuation of their day in this dynamic and culturally rich city.