Reviewed by Tansy B.
"My take: A friend recommended this museum to me many weeks before I actually ended up going. I didn’t rate it highly from the recommendation alone but ..." more
Calle Ventura Rodríguez, 17
Info Museo Nacional del Prado is Spain’s premier art museum. Founded in 1819 as the Royal Museum of Paintings and Sculptures, the museum originally largely consisted of works of art belonging to the Spanish Crown. Museo Nacional del Prado now houses over 7,600 paintings, 1,000 sculptures, 4,800 prints, and 8,200 drawings. In ... more
Calle Ruiz de Alarcón 23
Info CentroCentro, located within the symbolic Palacio de Cibeles, is a unique museum devoted to the city of Madrid. Palacio de Cibeles originally opened in 1919 as home to the City Hall Postal and Telegraphic Museum. In 2007, it was renovated and became Madrid’s official City Hall. In 2010, the building again underwent renovation ... more
Plaza de Cibeles, 1