Prado Museum

October 8, 2019


A walk through the Louvre and Prado museums is a full enjoyment for lovers of paintings. The Prado Pinacotheca and the Louvre Museum bring together a wide range of great works. All made by Grand Masters of the painting art from the 14th to the 18th centuries.
May 22, 2019


This blog of Madrid Museum Tours is not going to discover anything new about Spanish Art. Nor it will unveil secrets about Spanish painters masterpieces. We will only share with you some of the things we like best about the most famous Spanish painters. Let's get to it.
February 2, 2019


Would you like to learn interesting things about best museums in Madrid? We have in Madrid 41 very appealing museums for art lovers. Since 1997 Madrid Museum Tours specializes on private tours for individual travelers.
October 10, 2018

5 Best Tours Around Madrid That You Should Do

To visit Madrid is to tour the Prado Museum, the Royal Palace or the Real Madrid Soccer Stadium. The cocido madrileno is the most popular speciality of Madrid’s gastronomy. There are several beautiful parks to relax in. The centre of Madrid has many attractive tourist places. It is a joy to go shopping. Madrid also offers an exciting offer in flamenco and shows. But, is there anything else to know in Madrid ? Of course, there is. A lot...
July 4, 2018

The most intriguing Prado Museum paintings

We can say that the Prado Museum holds many secrets in each and every one of its rooms. Each painting is spectacular and intriguing; let your imagination fly just by looking at it. The question is which the most intriguing paintings in the Prado Museum are. Although each and every one of them is special, both for its artistic and its style, one could say that there are a series of works that are more intriguing than others, either because of their dark shades or because of the legends that have been commented on.
May 31, 2018

All you need to know about Francisco de Goya

Francisco de Goya is one of the most important artistic icons of Spain. He was born in Zaragoza (Aragón), and is considered the main precursor of impressionism as well as the father of modern art in Spain. He started working with his father when he was only five years old, but a few years later he traveled to Madrid to train as an artist under the guidance of Francisco Bayeu. Goya started working in a tapestry factory where he learned the art of portrait painting. In 1789 Goya was declared official painter of the court of Carlos IV.

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