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The best guruwalks in Prado Museum (2 / 218)
Free Tour through the Art Walk
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Free tour of the Prado Museum
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Duration: 2h and 30min
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20,929 opinions from other walkers about Madrid tours

María 04 Dec 2022
Lucena
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Travelled in group - Nov 2022
Bruno no pudo hacer el tour con nosotros, pero nos avisó con tiempo y nos recomendó a otra guía con quien hicimos un tour muy interesante por Madrid. Muchas gracias, Bruno
Free tour "origin and being" of Madrid-Madrilenian
Maria 02 Dec 2022
Santander
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Travelled alone - Dec 2022
Excelente explicacion tanto de cuadros como de esculturas, muy minucioso en todos las obras de arte. Me encanto.
Free tour of the Prado Museum
Jose 27 Nov 2022
Madrid
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Travelled in family - Nov 2022
Genial! He hecho otros tours con Rubén y este me ha gustado mucho, si usas Instagram mucho te va a encantar porque no sólo te explica curiosidades de Madrid sino que también te muestra lugares bastante fotografiables,una pasada! Gracias Rubén, haré más tours con vosotros
Free tour Madrid instagrammable
Eneko 01 Nov 2022
Bilbao
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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
Luis es un guía majisimo que hace muy ameno el tour ya que, mientras cuenta la historia va haciendo bromas y va mostrando en su tablet fotografías antiguas de los sitios que visitamos. Muy recomendable para visitar Madrid .
Free Tour The Best of Contemporary Madrid
Miguel 23 Oct 2022
Madrid
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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
La guía es increíble, te atrapa con la información desde el primer momento. No deja que el interés caiga por preguntas y algún juego también. Además, el contenido y los lugares de los que se habla es extremadamente interesante para el público general al ser curiosidades que todos conocemos. Os recomiendo totalmente este maravilloso tour del que me acordaré para siempre.
Logos and brands of Madrid; the business secrets of a lifetime
Luisa 18 Oct 2022
Xàbia
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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
Tour fantástico, entretenido y muy ameno. Josefina muy profesional y agradable. Nos ha gustado muchísimo.100% recomendable.
Monumental Madrid - Free Tour
Sonia 18 Oct 2022
Madrid
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Travelled in group - Oct 2022
Nos encantó la visita, muy amena la visita y muy interesante todo lo que nos contó
The Carabanchel of the colonies: XIX and XX centuries
José 16 Oct 2022
Colmenar Viejo
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Travelled in group - Oct 2022
Free tour estupendo lleno de anécdotas que nunca se olvidarán. Para repetir sin dudarlo.
Free Tour through the Monumental Madrid
Wendy 12 Oct 2022
Córdoba
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Travelled alone - Oct 2022
Muy linda experienda, un paseo ameno y agradable. Gracias Miguel por tu simpatía y entusiasmo! nos vemos en el proximo con mis amigas. recomendadismo! :)
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The Prado Museum is a world-famous art museum in Madrid. It houses the most important and valuable collection of European painting.
The Prado Museum was established in 1819 by King Ferdinand VII of Spain, as the new home for a collection of Spanish paintings that had been assembled by his father Charles IV and confiscated by Napoleon Bonaparte.
In addition to its vast collections of European paintings, the Prado has one of the most important collections of Old Master prints in the world with more than 2,000 pieces.
There is nothing better than visiting it accompanied by an experienced guide through the Free Tours of the Prado Museum that we offer you in Guruwalk.
Around 500 of the paintings housed in the Prado can be identified as being by a single artist, Diego Velázquez, painter to the Spanish court of King Philip IV from 1623 until his death in 1660.
The painting Las Meninas ("the ladies-in-waiting") is one of Velázquez's most famous works, an oil painting depicting a young woman and her maids and attendants before they go to meet the king and queen.
The painting is often described as an "enigmatic image". Many people can look at the painting and not know what it is about.
Looking at it in detail, the painting depicts a large room with a group of people in it. There are three people at the front looking at themselves in a mirror. The meninas, or court attendants, are shown in the foreground, while the Infanta Margarita Teresa can be seen holding her father's hand and standing on tiptoe to see herself in the mirror as well. She is showing her new pearls which represent her new marital status and also symbolises her virginity because she is still young and unmarried.
This painting is really interesting because many experts are convinced that there was originally another portrait next to it.
Another of the Prado's great collections is that of Goya.
Goya was a Spanish artist widely recognised as one of the most important painters in European art history. He created more than 500 paintings, 100 drawings and 700 etchings, paintings of war scenes, landscapes and portraits.
And of course you can also see well-known works by El Greco, Rubens and Caravaggio, among others, in the Prado Museum.

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