Visit the Royal Palace of Madrid by purchasing tickets online

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Madrid is today the hub of Spain’s political, economic and cultural life: its streets and attractions retrace its history, while its numerous parks and green spaces give visitors a break. Madrid’s Royal Palace and the three museums known as the ‘Golden Triangle of Art’ (including the Museo del Prado and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia) are part of the city’s art-historical heritage, along with many other iconic sites, such as Puerta del Sol or Cervantes’ House.

Visit the Royal Palace of Madrid with online tickets

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Kew Gardens in London: the ticket to visit the Royal Botanic Gardens

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The United Kingdom is one of the oldest monarchies still in power and its capital, London, teems with places of interest where artistic and political history intertwine. Apart from its palaces, such as Kensington Palace, London can be explored through its enchanting parks, such as Kew Gardens, the royal gardens. How to visit them?

Ticket for Kew Gardens: how and what to see?

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The Enigma of Giorgione’s Tempest

Giorgione, La Tempesta

Giorgione’s The Tempest is a painting famous for its many mysteries.
It is a mystery who commissioned the work and the exact year it was painted, we do not know what message the painting conceals and what meaning the many symbolic elements scattered across the canvas have. The place for which the painting was intended is also mysterious.

The only certainty is that it is a truly extraordinary work of art that represents one of the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. Painted at the beginning of the 16th century, Giorgione’s Tempest is characterised by a perfect composition and is today exhibited at the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice.

The enigma of Giorgione’s Tempest

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Paolo Veronese’s Last Supper at Levi’s House

Paolo Veronese | ultima cena

The Last Supper by Paolo Veronese is one of the most famous works of the Venetian Renaissance. This painting, completed in 1573, is housed in the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice and is famous for a trial that Veronese had to undergo, who was forced to change the work’s name to Supper in the Levi House.

Paolo Veronese’s Last Supper that became the Supper at Levi’s House

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