Spain attractions: you know the most important museums in Spain?
Do you love art and culture? Would you take a Spain tour? Then be sure to read our article. Here, we describe the great and important museums of Spain. Certainly, they belong to the most important attractions in Spain.
Most likely, Prado is the most important of all. There you will find valuable collections of images, which includes the period between the 16th and 19th centuries. In concrete terms it means there are the works of famous painters such as Velázquez, to admire Goya, El Greco and Murillo. But not only Spanish champion can be found there. In Prado, you can visit works by Rubens, Tintoretto and Tiziano.
It’s so one of the attractions of Spain, on which any art lovers may waive
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS)
Here are those of you at home who likes like the art of the past centuries. We mean the 20th and 21st centuries. This museum is located in the old hospital building. It represents one of the major attractions in Spain in architectural terms. Among the popular writers, which you can find are Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí. The Museum has large collections with works by each and every one of these great masters.
Guernica von Picasso belongs to the most important works, which are to be found here,
Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao
We leave the city and go to one of the attractions in Spain, located in the Interior of the country. We suggest you, art lovers should head to be sure also the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. Here, too, already the building is itself worth a visit. It was designed by the architect Frank Gehry. It is worth renting the audio guide, which tells about the history of the town. As regards the expositions of the Museum, these are often changed. It exhibits several collections of works from the 20th and 21st century. However if you are of the people, which is already bad in the term “Art exhibition” does not necessarily enter the Museum or expect that you will find exciting especially the architecture.
Avant-garde interior design
Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid
We now return to the sights of Madrid! This is called “Triangle of art”. There’s probably everything! There is something for every taste. The art collections go to the Renaissance of southern and Central Europe.
Ruben, Manet and Monet are represented among others here
Picasso Museum in Málaga
From Museum attractions in Madrid, we now return overview to General Spanish Museum. We continue with the Picasso Museum in Malaga. There are more than 285 works by this famous artist. It is one of the world’s most fascinating examples of his life’s work.
Other painters, whose Werke correspond with that of Picasso, are presented here
Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres
If you particularly like Salvador Dalí, then you must travel be sure to Figueres. There is a museum which was created by the artist himself. His last room and his grave are located here too. Well, as you yourself can think, is also a large part of his works. Before the building of the Museum, it functioned as a theatre. Hence comes the name.
Surrealism meets tradition
National Museum of Roman art in Mérida
The building of this museum is also one of the oldest centres for the study of the Romanesque art, which opened in Spain. In addition, this is one of the first major works of architect Rafael Moneo.
The Romanesque art here was represented by more than 36 000 pieces. It was opened in 1986
Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona
Here are some of the most emblematic and well-known works by Joan Miró. Altogether, there are approximately 10 000 works. You are understanding a guide to do this, the CV and the history of this artist. Miró has founded the Museum.
Thus he sought to guarantee that his work for the general public is available
Museo de Arte Valencia
The next big tourist attraction in Spain’s Museo de Arte Valencia. The Museum specializes in the Spanish avant-garde of the 20th century. You can see works of the European informal art and pop art in its collection. In addition to the permanent art exhibition, there are also many more expositions that are temporary.
In addition to the many other Paul Klee, Robert Delaunay and Frantisek Kupka have been issued here
Museum of fine arts in Sevilla
It is a fabulous Museum, where guests can explore the Baroque art of Seville. Zurbarán, Murillo and Valdés Leal make part of the exhibition. This is the second best art gallery in Spain after the Prado Museum. Here, many works have been issued by Velasquez. In addition, this is one of the oldest museums.
It was built in 1841