PRADO TICKETS: WHERE AND HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKET TO SKIP THE LINE
Prado tickets. Visiting the Prado Museum means taking a trip into Spanish history and art. The works of art, in fact, come from the collections of the sovereigns of the Spaniards who, over the centuries, have bought or commissioned some of the most important masterpieces in the world.
To visit the Prado Museum in the best way, the advice is to book the tickets, avoiding the line at the entrance.
Here is all the information you need to buy tickets.
PRADO TICKETS: WHERE YOU CAN BUY YOUR TICKET
Tickets to the Museo del Prado can be purchased in 3 ways:
1 – at the ticket office of the museum, but in this case you have to queue to enter (and bring a lot of patience).
I do not recommend getting in front of the museum without a reservation!
2 – online, through the site that allows you to book tickets, choosing day and time of entry, allowing you to skip the line at the entrance –> Prado Museum Tickets
3 – Booking a guided tour, choosing among the many proposals available and allowing you to combine a visit to the city of Madrid or to other museums of the city. All available offers can be found on the page Prado Museum Tickets and Tours
HOW TO GET TO THE PRADO MUSEUM
By metro: Atocha (line 1) and Banco de España (line 2)
By bus: lines 10, 14, 27, 34, 37 and 45. Get off at the “Prado Museum” stop.
The Prado Museum is open every day.
From Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm
On Sundays and public holidays from 10 am to 7 pm
January 6th, December 24thand 31stfrom 10 am to 2 pm