Prado Museum: The Best of the Collection

Audio tour
2 km
1h 30m - 2h
Tickets included
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Hosted by Ekaterina


  • See the most comprehensive collection of Spanish painting in the world
  • Get inspired by masterpieces of Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez and Goya
  • Discover the museum that concentrates the most art per square meter

What's included

    • Headphones – you should bring your own


    Since its opening, the Prado Museum has acquired a dazzling array of paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and decorative art that cover the history of Spanish art and form one of the finest collections of European art in the world. Be lucky to explore the best works of the museum collection. You...
    • Enter via the Jerónimos entrance, located on the left side of the box office. This entrance is also indicated by a sign outside the museum
    • Show your Prado Museum ticket on your smartphone to the staff at the entrance
    • Keep your Prado ticket ready during your visit
    from $38.52per person
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    Places you will visit

    Outside the Goya entrance to the Prado Museum
    Calle de Felipe IV, 3
    Museo Nacional del Prado
    Calle de Ruiz de Alarcón, 23

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    Meet Ekaterina, author of the tour
    6 reviews
    Hello! I am originally from Moscow but have been living in Madrid for 18 years. I love this city and invite you to discover its secrets with me!

    5 Reviews

    about 1 month ago
    Really enjoyed the museum. An outstanding selection of artwork. In particular, I would highly recommend the Mona Lisa painting - although I realize it was completed by one of Leonardo's students rather than Leonardo himself, I must admit I liked this version better than the one in the Louvre (and if art fans want to call me an art peasant for thinking this, I accept that). I stood and looked at the Prado's Mona Lisa for almost two minutes with no one around me, something I never would have been able to do at the Louvre. However, I would advise you to set aside at least three hours for the museum - there was a lot to see and I had to rush through at the end because the museum was closing.
    7 months ago
    Been to the Louvre and the Uffizi. The Prado makes it a hat-trick. Easy to navigate with an easy-to-use audio guide in the app. You can buy guides but you won't see it and experience it in person at your own pace.
    8 months ago
    Easy to to follow the instructions and to follow the audio, we were in there for 4 hours and it was just breathtaking, we couldn’t finish to see all.
    11 months ago
    Well organised,interesting.It can get very tiring to complete,however the eatery was useful as a midway rest.Area is nice and central within the city.
    about 1 year ago
    The museum is incredible. One of the most amazing places I've been to. It is huge, be ready for a very intense tour. The audiobook is very good however it is a bit long at times. Beware if you follow it by the minute it will take you hours. However this place is incredible worth a visit

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