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Paseo Del Prado
"Go to the back, more selection (including plate of cured meats!) and less people"
Claustro de San Jerónimo el Real
C. Moreto, 4
"Fue reconstruido, por orden de Felipe III, por Francisco de Mora en 1602 ó 1612 en estilo herreriano."
Paseo del Prado s/n
"Excellent Museum shop inside the Museo del Prado"
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS)
C. de Santa Isabel, 52
"Excellent collection of modern art housed in a architecturally significant building. Picasso, Miro and Dali are featured. If you go early on a weekend, you will have the place to yourself."
P. del Prado, 8
"My favourite museum in Madrid. A near perfect collection. And yes go on Monday between 12-4 and it's free (4 hours is just enough time to see most things)."
P. del General Martínez Campos, 37
"Really worth a visit, an enchanting museum. Small but just amazing, very cozy."
Parque del Retiro
Pl. de la Independencia, 7 (C. Alcalá)
"A must when you're in Madrid! Lovely park with plenty of places to sit and relax. There's also a couple of places with food in the park- but I'd recommend just packing some snacks before you go."
Iglesia de San Jerónimo el Real
C. Ruiz de Alarcón
"One of the most stunning historical buildings in Madrid. Plan your trip including a visit to the Prado museum next to it."
Real Jardín Botánico
Pl. de Murillo, 2
"Today's garden is divided into three major outdoor sections and two greenhouses. Total collections include about 30,000 plants and flowers, and 1500 trees. It also contains a substantial herbarium."
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