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El Prado Museum and Madrid Royal Palace Skip the Line Guided Tour

The El Prado Museum and Madrid Royal Palace Skip the Line Guided Tour combine two must-see attractions in Madrid, offering fast-track access to both.

With this tour ticket, you can avoid long lines and enjoy a 5-hour guided tour inside both attractions.

An official guide will accompany you, sharing fascinating insights into the Prado Museum and the Royal Palace.

The tour begins at the Prado Museum, where you’ll discover remarkable rooms and famous paintings by artists like Murillo, Velázquez, and Goya.

Then, you’ll explore iconic landmarks in Madrid, such as the Fountain of Neptune, the Congress of Deputies, Cervantes’ house, and Puerta del Sol.

Finally, the tour concludes with a skip-the-line visit to the Royal Palace, allowing you to admire its magnificence and exquisite rooms at your own pace.

Additionally, the tour offers free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.

Tour Ticket Features

  • Skip-the-line entrance tickets to monuments for seamless access
  • A guided tour inside the Royal Palace of Madrid
  • Blue Badge guide for informative commentary
  • Headsets provided to ensure clear communication with your guide
  • All taxes, fees, and handling charges included

Prices for Prado Museum and Royal Palace Tickets

The combo guided tour of the Prado Museum and Royal Palace Madrid is priced at €65 for adults over the age of 18 years.

While students between the ages of 18 and 25 who present a valid ID and children between the ages of 4 and 17 pay a discounted price of €49.

Kids under three years old can join this combo tour for free.

Visitor’s AgeTicket Price
Adult Ticket (18+ years)€65
Child Ticket (4 to 17 years)€49
Student Ticket with ID (18 to 25 years) €49
Infant Ticket ( up to 3 years)Free

Want more choices? Take a tour of Madrid’s art and history with our private visit or morning tour tickets.

These combo tours provide personalized experiences, skip-the-line access to the Prado Museum and the Royal Palace of Madrid, and an informative guide.

They’re great alternatives if you want flexibility and deeper insights into Madrid’s cultural highlights.

Private VIP Tour of the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum

For a more personal experience, try our private VIP tour of the Royal Palace of Madrid and the Prado Museum.

Starting at €238, this 4-hour tour lets you explore Spanish art and history with a private guide.

In addition to skip-the-line access to the Royal Palace of Madrid and the Prado Museum, an air-conditioned vehicle will pick you up from your hotel.

This tour is perfect for people seeking an in-depth, interest-specific look at Madrid’s cultural treasures.

Tour Prices: €625 (for a group of five)

Morning tour of Prado and Royal Palace

A 4-hour combo guided tour of Madrid Palace and Prado Museum in the morning is a great way to avoid crowds and have a relaxed visit.

You will meet your guide near the Goya Statue at the entrance to the Prado Museum at 10 am with a white umbrella.

Your first stop will be the Prado Museum, and then the Royal Palace awaits

You’ll save time and money by avoiding the lines and heading straight inside these world-class institutions, where you can experience the best of Spanish culture.

Tour Prices: €625 (for a group of five)

Meeting Point for Guided Tour

Meet your guide at the Naturanda Tourist Office, located at Pl. de España, 9, Moncloa – Aravaca, 28008 Madrid, Spain. Find here

Make sure to arrive 15 minutes early to start your exploration on time.

How to Reach the Prado Museum and Royal Palace

Royal Palace of Madrid

By Metro: Take the red line (line 2) to Opera Metro station, then it’s a 5-minute walk.

By Bus: Buses 133, 146, 147, 148, 3, 65, and 74 stop at Santo Domingo Bus stop, a 10-minute walk away.

By Taxi: Book a taxi to Palacio Real de Madrid from anywhere in Spain or use taxi booking apps.

For more detailed directions, read this: How to reach Royal Palace of Madrid

Prado Museum

By Metro: Take the blue line (Line 1) and disembark at the Atocha station, which is just a 10 minute walk from the Prado Museum..

By Bus: Lines 9, 10, 14, 19, 27, 34, 37, and 45 all have stops labeled “Museo Del Prado – Jardín Botánico,” which is just a short stroll away from the museum entrance.

By Taxi: Taxis are readily available throughout Madrid. You can hail one on the street or pre-book a ride using popular apps like Uber or Cabify.

Follow this link to learn more about how to reach the Prado Museum

Things You Need to Know Before Visiting

  • Bring your passport or ID card for identification purposes.
  • Wear comfortable shoes for walking tours.
  • Students under 25 years of age can avail of discounted tickets with a valid student ID.

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