The Prado

The Prado The Spanish royal family is responsible for the Prado’s bounty of classical masterpieces.
Over centuries, kings and queens collected and commissioned art with passion and good taste.
In addition to stars of Spanish painting such as Velázquez, Francisco Goya, Ribera, and Zurbarán, the Prado has big collections of Italian (including Titian and Raphael) and Flemish artists.
Fernando VII opened the collection to the public in 1819, in the same neoclassic building it’s housed in today, designed by Juan de Villanueva.

Main attractions

“The Three Graces” by Rubens.
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