Visit the most important museums of Madrid and important works of the Spanish art history experience lately Madrid is in the headlines because of the protests of the Spanish youth in the Plaza del Sol, the center of the capital. Many tourists admire there to settle the courage of young people, despite storm to defend their rights. Nevertheless, there is much protest on the part of commercial transactions, because apparently the protests dodging the tourists. Nevertheless, the main attractions are so eh outside from the Centre of Madrid and therefore unfounded. Nevertheless the main attractions are located outside from the Centre: the Prado Museum (with the famous works by Velazquez and Goya), the Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza (private collection with several Impressionist works) and the National Museum Reina Sofia (with the famous Gernika). All three museums are located nearby and are very easy to reach on foot.
Also for the reservation of a Madrid apartment, this situation is highly recommended. Museo Nacional del Prado of the one of the most important art galleries World, especially rich in paintings by European masters from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. It attracts many visitors here to the masterpieces by Velazquez, Goya, Titian and Rubens, that to include the best collections, see. Originally was the Prado 1814 founded by Ferdinand VII as a Pinacoteca (along the lines of the Louvre), yet it covers now more than 5,000 drawings, 2000 Durckend and more than 2000 artifacts. The most important works are the self portrait with landscape by Albrecht Durer, the shooting of the uprising in gene by Francisco de Goya, Las Meninas by Diego Velazquez, the family of Carlos IV by Francisco de Goya. El museo Thyssen-Bornemisza 1992 it was decided In November to open this museum. Issued are works of art that have been compiled by Heinrich Thyssen.
Here, works from his private collection were donated. Display create one of the largest in the world, through the signing of this agreement with the city of Madrid for the collection remain in the city for a certain number of years. In 1993, a year after opening, the Kingdom of Spain acquired the entire collection, so that all works of art have become part of the State. Works by Paul Gauguin, Albrecht Durer, Canaletto are among the most important works. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia National Museum Reina Sofia art (also called MNCARS), opened in 1986 in the premises of the old hospital de San Carlos, located close to the Calle Atocha and the Paseo del Prado. It contains important works of modern and contemporary Spanish art, such as Picasso’s Guernica. In addition, short films are listed by Luis Bunuel. Together with the Thyssen and the Prado, they form the “golden triangle” of Madrid.