What should I not miss at Reina Sofia?

Here are eight you shouldn’t miss.

  • Guernica, Pablo Picasso, 1937.
  • La table du musicien (The Musician’s Table), by Juan Gris, 1926.
  • Visage du Grand Masturbateur (Face of the Great Masturbator), Salvador Dalí, 1929.
  • Blau amb quatre barres rogues (Blue with four red bars) , Antoni Tàpies, 1966.

How big is Museo Reina Sofia?

84,048 square meters
The Museum has increased more than 60% of the old building’s surface area (51,297 square meters), now reaching 84,048 square meters. Thus, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia now has a privileged exhibition space at its disposal.

Can you take pictures in Reina Sofia?

This is a big museum with many rooms with a variety of exhibits. You can take photos of most rooms (which I liked as it is a big hobby of mine).

What should I not miss at the Prado museum?

Prado Museum Most Famous Paintings

  • 1) The Dead Christ Held by an Angel, Prado Museum Madrid.
  • 2) The Cardinal.
  • 3) The Emperor Charles V at Mühlberg, House of Habsburg.
  • 4) Philip II, House of Habsburg.
  • 5) Isabella Clara Eugenia, House of Habsburg.
  • 6) Vulcan’s Forge.
  • 7) The surrender of Breda, Prado Museum Madrid.

Who was Reina Sofia?

Sofía of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Σοφία; born 2 November 1938) is a member of the Spanish royal family, who was Queen of Spain from 1975 to 2014 as the wife of Juan Carlos I. She is the first child of King Paul of Greece and Frederica of Hanover.

Where is Guernica in the Reina Sofia?

Paris (1937–1937)
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Guernica/Locations

Who is Reina Sofía?

Where is the Museo Reina Sofía?

Madrid
It is located in Madrid, near the Atocha train and metro stations, at the southern end of the so-called Golden Triangle of Art (located along the Paseo del Prado and also comprising the Museo del Prado and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza).

Who is Reina Sofia?

How can I get into Reina Sofia for free?

For free admission to the Reina Sofia Museum visit Monday and Wednesday to Saturday from 7pm to 9pm, or Sunday from 1:30pm to 7pm (April 18, May 18, October 12, December 6 are free admission days).

How much time does Museo del Prado take?

How long does it take to see the Prado Museum? The Museum takes up to 4 hours to explore.

Is the Prado museum worth it?

The Prado Museum is not only the most important museum in Spain but it is also one of the most important in the world! The Prado displays a valuable collection with more than 8000 paintings and more than 700 sculptures!