Madrid is also Spain's business center and "headquarters economy" center. Located in the middle of Spanish territory, the Manzanares River runs through it. Located in the middle of the Messeta Plateau on the Iberian Peninsula, in the Intermountain Plateau Basin at the southeastern foot of the Guadalama Mountains, it is 670 meters above sea level. The South can be connected with the Gibraltar Strait, which is limited by water on the African continent, and the Pyrenees Mountains in North Vietnam can reach the hinterland of Europe. Therefore, its geographical position is very important. In history, it has been known as the "Gate of Europe" because of its strategic position. Madrid is also a tourist and cultural center in southern Europe. It has rich historical and cultural relics, complete modern tourism facilities and developed service industry.
The Prado Museum is located on Prado Avenue in Madrid. It is one of the most important museums in Spain and even in the world. There are many artistic treasures in Spain, which are worth visiting. However, it is also because the museum is so famous that there are quite a number of visitors to it. It is suggested that tickets must be purchased online in advance. Prado Museum is still very necessary to see, strongly recommended!
The Museo del Prado Museo is near the Atocha station of the Metro. It is about 15 minutes'walk southeast of Sun Gate Square. On the way through the Spanish House of Representatives, you can see the sea god fountain and cross the road eastward. The Prado Museum is the most complete Museum of Spanish art, especially the works of Venezuela and Goya. In addition, it also includes the works of famous artists such as Raphael, Titian and El Greco. When we went, the main entrance to the west of the museum was under repair. We had to buy tickets from the North side. The tickets were 14 euros per person. Access to museums requires storage bags and no water. It is stipulated that photography and photography are not allowed, but there is no restriction on the entry of cameras. The Museum has a total of 0 to 34 floors, as well as the adjacent Geronimos church. Important exhibits are mainly displayed on the 0th and 1st floors. Even a rough look will take about 3 hours. Museum provides Chinese maps and voice guidance, according to their interests to choose the focus.
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Built in the 18th century, the Prado Museum is considered to be one of the greatest museums in the world. It is also the most comprehensive and authoritative gallery for collecting Spanish paintings. There are art treasures of Spain, Flanders and Italy from the 15th to 19th centuries. Especially the works of the Spanish painter Goya are the most abundant. The second floor is the most important part of the museum. It is divided into many small halls and displays many Spanish and Italian paintings.
A person's Prado and Sofia are leisurely. Titian's delicacy, Raphael's gentleness, Goya's changeability, Rembrandt's brightness and darkness, Milo's surrealism, Picasso's freedom and Van Gogh's madness are all displayed one by one in the limited space of the museum. Hand-held brochures, according to Tusuoji, one by one exhibition hall to find those masterpieces, found, standing quietly in front of them, looking at it. It seems to me that the museum is such a place of meditation, like the church, a place for spiritual release.
A very professional and rich collection of art galleries, highlighted in Goya, Venezuela, Rubens and Solola, as well as the Da Vinci Louvre of the same Mona Lisa, the background picture is very different, mysterious smile is still, it can be seen that Julio Iglesias love song was aimed at her Madrid. Tickets 15 euros, 18-20 o'clock free, no photo, backpack required deposit.
Museo Nacional del Prado, Spain's art benchmark, is one of the world's top four museums and the most comprehensive and authoritative collection of Spanish paintings. The weekday ticket is 14 Euros per person, but there is free time to visit, which I think Madrid is better than other Spanish cities. Many famous museums have free time. Free admission time is: 18:00-20:00 (Monday-Saturday); 17:00-19:00 (Sunday and Holiday); May 18 (International Museum Day), October 12 (Spanish National Day), November 19 (Prado Museum Day) 18:00 free admission, but basically 17:00 is good to go to the queue, we arrived at 17:30, in front of a long line. The Prado Museum is like a window to see Spain's peculiar soul since ancient times. The Museum has a large collection of works by Spanish painters: Bosk's masterpieces, Picasso's paintings and almost all of Goya's masterpieces. Unfortunately, the interior can not take photos, only their own eyes.