Most museums and monuments open Tuesdays to SundaysDuration
Choose from 24, 48 or 72 hour validityStart time
Most museums and monuments open from 10:00 am – 2:00pm and 5:00pm – 8:00pmMeeting Point
The isango! voucher can be exchanged at locations below:
• I-NEO Madrid Calle Mayor: C/ Mayor 42.
Monday to Sunday: from 9:00am to 7:00pm
25 December and 1 January: from 9:00am to 2:30pm.
• Railway station Atocha: Viajes Reina - Grupo Vilar: Glorieta de Carlos V Atocha Renfe (L1) High-speed train terminal - departures, Ground Floor - Madrid.
Monday to Sunday: 8:30am - 1:30pm. / 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Open every day of the year, except December 24, 25 & 31 / January 1 & 6 • Plaza de Oriente - Wamos: Plaza de Oriente, 8
Monday to Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday and Holidays: 8:00am - 3:00pm
At your convenience
There are so many treats in store when you have a Madrid Card. Browse the city’s fabulous art collections and see the finest works of El Greco, as well as Picasso’s masterwork ‘Guernica’. Admire the beautiful palaces with their exquisite furnishings. See the wealth of gold ornaments in the Museum of America.
Choose from a 24, 48 or 72 hour card, according to your schedule.
Sightseeing in Madrid is easy and fun with the super-value Madrid Card. This amazing package gives you one-time free entry to more than 50 of the top museums and monuments in the city. Plus, you get priority access at busy places like National Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Reina Sofia National Museum and Royal Palace.
Your handy card is available in 24, 48 or 72 hour options and comes with a useful guide book and map with information about museums, services included and participating establishments, available in 5 languages (Spanish, English, French, German and Italian).
The card is activated the first time it is used at a participating establishment. Once activated, the card can be used for 24, 48 or 72 hours depending on the option chosen.
Here is a selection of some of the many wonderful places you can visit with your Madrid Card:
Prado National Museum: This world famous collection includes many of the greatest works of El Greco, Ribera, Murillo, Goya, Titian and Rubens. Check out the ‘Crown Prince's Treasure’ – a glorious assemblage of elaborate carved glasses, tableware, jewellery and furniture. If you are not an art buff, allow 2 hours for the Prado. If you love art, you’ll need longer!
Reina Sofia N. Museum: Madrid’s museum of modern art and home of Picasso’s masterpiece ‘Guernica’. Contains two main collections: the first comprising Spanish art from the late 19th century to the late 1940s, with paintings by Picasso, Dali, Miro and Solana, and the second dedicated to art from the 1940s to the present day. Allow around 2 hours for this museum.
Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum: A collection of 800 pieces from the 14th century to the 20th century, including Renaissance portraits, Flemish and Italian and German paintings plus a vast assemblage of contemporary works from impressionism to pop art. Again you need around 2 hours to view this collection.
Royal Palace of Madrid: Formerly the official residence of the royal family. Admire the beautiful Gasparini hall, with decorations by Tiepolo, Neapolitan furniture and magnificent Venetian lamps. Other delights include works by Caravaggio, Velasquez and Goya, an outstanding tapestry collection and the Porcelain Room, where the walls are covered completely with green and white porcelain.
Royal Palace of El Pardo: An exquisite building erected in the 16th century but with the style of a medieval castle. The interior decoration is outstanding with wonderful tapestries, 18th and19th century furniture and many works of art.
The Museum of America in Madrid: A fascinating assemblage of artefacts largely collected during the Spanish colonisation of the Americas. Some pieces are very old, going back to pre-historic times. Among other enthralling exhibits, you can see ancient Mayan parchments, Incan mummies and a wealth of gold ornaments.
The Cerralbo Museum: When the Marquis of Cerralbo passed away in 1922, he donated his home and its treasures to Spain. The Cerralbo Museum presents the family collections of art, ancient weaponry and pottery, just as they were left by the Marquis. Visit the Museum to find out what life was like for a wealthy 19th century Spaniard.
The Debod Temple: In gratitude for Spanish help in saving the temples of Abu Simbel, Egypt donated the Temple of Debod to Spain in 1968. This authentic Egyptian temple, dedicated to the gods Amon and Isis, was originally built in the fourth century B.C. at the village of Debod, near the sacred temple island of Philae.
Birthplace of Cervantes Museum: The house where Miguel de Cervantes, author of ‘Don Quixote’, was born in 1547. This engaging museum shows visitors the daily life of an affluent household during the 16th and 17th centuries.
Also your Madrid Card entitles you to discounts in participating stores, restaurants, shows and discos.
The card is activated the first time it is used at a participating establishment, not when it is purchased. Once activated, the card can be used for 24, 48 or 72 hours depending on the option chosen.
You must use your Madrid Card before 31 December of the year in which you purchased it.
From March 2016 onward, guided tours will not be included in this package.
thks isango for this offer save money...georgios georgiou
The Madrid Card is very convenient for tourists. There's just so many things to see and do that are included in the Madrid Card but we just ran out of energy and stamina to see...Rowena Estaniel Ching