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Havana Blues

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Paseo Santa Maria de La Cabeza 56, 28045 Madrid Spain
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Palos de la FronteraMadrid Metro5 min
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Skip the Line: Tickets for the Prado Museum in Madrid
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Skip the Line: Tickets for the Prado Museum in Madrid

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Skip the line at the Prado Museum in Madrid, and see some of the most influential pieces of European artwork like ''Las Meninas'' by Velázquez, ''The Garden of Earthly Delights'' by Bosch or ''The Three Graces'' by Rubens.<br><br>The Museo del Prado opened to the public on 19 November 1819 as a Royal Museum of Painting and Sculpture. In 2019, its Bicentenary is being celebrated as a commemoration that will reveal the path covered since 1819 until today. <br><br>In total, there are more than 7000 painting and almost 1000 statues. However, this museum stands out for containing the largest holdings of Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez and Goya, some numbering more than 100 works.<br><br>(You will skip the line to buy the tickets for the Prado Museum. However, there is a security check you must pass and it is possible that you may have to wait there for a moment).
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Micaela e Cyprien wrote a review Apr 2018
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We went there for dinner with two children of 7 and 12 years old. We speak a little Spanish but not so good to easily communicate. The waiters were wonderful in trying to explain the food and try to accommodate the tastes of our two children. The dish are simple but very nice and very tasty. I would surely go back!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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