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Exploring Prado Museum

Near El Retiro Park, you’ll find the Museum District, the centre of the city’s bustling world-class scene. The circuit is home to Madrid’s trio of art museums: the Prado, The Thyssen and the Reina Sofia. These three museums are amongst the most visited museums in the world and some of the most prominent landmarks in Madrid. Inside the vast Museo del Prado, you’ll see works by Bosch, Goya, El Greco and Velazquez. Stop by Velázquez’s Las Meninas for a lesson in perspective.

Accommodations near Prado Museum

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Madrid is the Room Mate Alba, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hostal Antón Martín in Madrid as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Prado Museum

- Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia

The Reina Sofia is the art center that attracts most tourists, mainly to admire Picasso’s famous Guernica. In addition to this masterpiece, the museum houses the artwork of Spain's 20th century art including collections of Picasso, Dali and Juan Gris and Joan Miró.

- Retiro Park

With its striking monuments, landscaped laws and dreamy lake, Buen Retiro Park has nothing to envy in the world. Both locals and tourists travel from all around the city to stroll around the park’s colourful gardens, take a boat ride, visit its galleries or attend to one of its events. Next to the artificial lake – the Retiro Pond – there’s a monument to King Alfonso XII. Some of the most prominent attractions of the park include The Rosaleda Garden, the Fountain of the Falling Angel, Palacio de Cristal - Crystal Palace - and the Palacio de Velazquez.

Transportation near Prado Museum

Visitors to Madrid enjoy one of the best public transportation networks of any world city, second only to that of London. The metro covers many of the attractions, with frequent buses taking up the slack where the underground service doesn’t run. Taxi travel is convenient but drivers rarely speak English.

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