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Discovering the Art Walk of Madrid

Published on March 3, 2017 by Madrid SmartRentals

These are difficult dates to walk through the streets because of both the number of people passing by and the temperature. This is why we’re going to propose an ideal plan in Madrid, so you can discover a side of the Spanish capital filled with beauty, historical importance and some of the most important paintings and sculptures that humanity has created.

We’re referring to, of course, the Art Walk of Madrid

Discovering the Art Walk of Madrid

The Art Walk is an imaginary triangle that connects three of the most important museums in Madrid: Reina Sofía, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Prado museums. In addition to the obvious artistic reason, this area offers tourists one of Madrid’s most characteristic images.

The museum between museums

The Prado Museum is without a doubt, one of the most important in the world. Probably only the Louvre in Paris can look face-to-face to the collection of this art gallery. Over 7,500 paintings, thousands of sculptures, 8,200 drawings… Discover El Bosco, El Greco, Velázquez or Goya’s best paintings in the walls of this museum.

An unavoidable date with art

To visit the Reina Sofía National Museum is to admire some more creations of the best of humankind. To visit Madrid and not go to one of these museums is close to saying you’ve wasted the trip.

One of the most important paintings of history, the Guernica from Picasso, is in this museum.

A tour through painting’s history

The other one you can’t miss to visit is the Thyssen-Bornemisza.  Over one thousand paintings in a truly amazing journey through time and paintings from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century.

One of the advantages of accommodation in Madrid that our apartments give you is that the variety of their locations provide the possibility of getting to know the different touristic atractions that the city has without having to move. From the Art Walk to Gran Vía, from Puerta de Alcalá to Plaza Mayor…get in contact with us and ask for the availability in our touristic apartments.

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