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Botin Lunch and Prado Museum Visit in Madrid

  • Guided tour of the Prado Museum ensures you cover all the highlights
  • Skip the line entrance: avoid the long queues and go straight inside
  • Three-course lunch of traditional Spanish cuisine and Rioja wine at Botin restaurant
Botin Lunch and Prado Museum Visit in Madrid
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Botin Lunch and Prado Museum Visit in Madrid
USD 163.70
Combine a visit to Madrid’s most popular museum with a delicious lunch at one of the city’s most famous restaurants. Avoid the long queues with a skip-the-line ticket for the Prado Museum of Madrid and discover masterpieces by Goya, Raphael, and Rembrandt on a guided walking tour. Then, tuck into a delicious lunch with wine at the Botin restaurant, whose former patrons include Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the Kings of Spain.
What to Expect

Discover the dramatic history and rich culture of Spain through two of Madrid’s most famous institutions: the Prado Museum and the Sobrino de Botín restaurant, named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest restaurant in the world!

Head straight to the must-see paintings at Prado Museum (no waiting in line required!) as you discover the dramatic history of Spain through art in a fascinating and succinct 1.5 hour tour. The characters, artists and events that made these works possible will come alive as you make visit approximately 20 of the most famous artworks. You'll see works by masters like Velazquez, Goya, Bosch and Titian, and gain a firm footing to appreciate and understand each masterpiece.

Then, after a morning the in the museum, make your way to Madrid’s gorgeous Literary Quarter and see remnants of Spain’s Golden Age. Stroll the streets that were frequented by Spain’s literary greats before diving into a century-old tavern for a traditional Madrid aperitif.

Thirst quenched, head to the oldest restaurant in the world for a leisurely lunch complete with slow-roasted pork and red Rioja wine! Demystify the living history inside Botin, from its escape tunnels to the table still reserved for writer Ernest Hemingway, before tasting the roasted house specialty from the nearly 300+ year old ovens. You'll dine as Goya, F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Kings of Spain and others did! 

Reviews (17)
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Great way to have a personal guide in the museum and lunch after!

Fantastic tour! Ewan was our guide and his knowledge of art is amazing. After the museum he took us on a short walk to Casa Alberto (which was established in 1827!) There we experienced the famous Vermouth drink we had heard so much about. Then...More

Thank Susan B
Reviewed 12 September 2018
Servet, our guide was passionate about Spain and his excitement was contagious!

Both the tour of the Prado Museum and the delicious suckling pig meal at the oldest restaurant in the world were amazing. The behind - the - scenes restaurant tour was so nice, too. The small and intimate tour group size and Servet's knowledge made...More

Thank Laraine O
Reviewed 27 August 2018
Great education and fabulous intro to Madrid

Servet, our guide, was fantastic in his knowledge of Spanish art and his explanations brought it to life. We hit the highlights of the Prado and moved on to a very interesting lunch, via a tapas bar, at the Botin Restaurant. We enjoyed our day...More

Thank pjf2015
Reviewed 24 August 2018 via mobile
Excellent tour. Great guide

Ewan was our guide and was superb. Wonderful insights, consistently energetic and engaging. Our 3 person tour and lunch was fabulous. This was a fantastically enriching tour that showed us the best of the Prado, a wonderful aperitif before lunch and a great lunch at...More

Thank Kevin P
Reviewed 28 July 2018
Unique insight into great Spanish artists

Our enthusiastic guide Servet has studied flamenco guitar for many years and Spanish art history. His thoughtfully curated tour of the Prado really made the artists, their art and history come alive. I felt sorry for people just walking around looking at one painting after...More

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Oliver Lucas G, Head Guide at Devour Madrid Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 August 2018

Hola Janet! I am so pleased to hear how much enjoyed your experience at the Prado and Botin with Servet. Botin is most definitely an incredible living museum for chefs and non-chefs alike given their nearly 300 years of existence and their relevance within Madrid....More

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25 June 2018|
Response from 2adults4kidsKL | Reviewed this property |
I think we spent close to 2 hours in the Prado Museum. The tour started just before 10 a.m. and lasts about 4 hours. As it ends with lunch at Botin, what time it actually ends would depend on how long you decide to take to... More