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Very nice, guide very professional , we enjoy it every minute. Thank you for good time.
Wonderful tour guide who managed a tour in both English and Spanish. The brevity of the tour was perfect for our family. We hit the highlights and enjoyed the history behind the artists' work we saw.
What a great experience! Well worth the price to skip the line - which was substantial. The tour guide was absolutlely phenomenal; knowlegable, well-spoken and with a great sense of humor. She was able to hit all the Prado highlights and provide a real sense of the art and the role of the artist within their time. Just a fabulous experience.. Highly recommend!
Great trip. Our guide was fluent in English (she switched between the English and Spanish speaking group members) and was very knowledgeable about the history of the artwork and the Prado museum itself. Our free time after the tour was ideal to go back and revisit the works at a more leisurely pace. Highly recommend it for first time visitors to the Prado.
I am glad we didn't have to stand in the queue - it was by far too hot!. Our guide spoke excellent English and was very knowledgeable. He made use of headphones, even though we were a small group, so that everyone could hear him.
Well worth the money.
Mary Lu A
This was an excellent look at great works of Goya, El Greco and Velazquez, with unexpected insight into art history by the guide. We learned so much more than just a do-it-yourself look at renowned pieces.
An excellent tour guide who explained the paintings made this a memorable visit.
Excellent tour. My guide was very knowledgeable and shared a lot of great information with us.
Really enjoyed this tour! Guide was excellent, interesting and knowledgeable. Loved this tour learned alot.
Our guide was great! Even though we were on the bus, we saw everything. Had a good time.
Going to an art museum like the Prado, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the quantity of work. Having a guide who is going to point out approximately 25 works that are the "highlights" of the massive collection and then having time to wander through the museum at your leisure is really the way to go.