Bellas Artes Center, Madrid
About Bellas Artes Center, Madrid
Bellas Artes Center, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle de Alcala, 42, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Ticket Price: 6 EUR
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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This fine but underrated academy often gets overlooked in the rush to see Spain’s other main treasures. Yet Picasso and Dali have both graced these halls, and the halls are resplendent with the works of countless masters, right from the 16th century onwards. There’s a rooftop restaurant and bar too and the leisure and the panoramic view only adds to the charm of the place. Heck, it might just be more popular for the mixed crowd rooftop scene than the priceless treasures inside: sun loungers and just a general chilled out atmosphere help out. Catch sunset here.
Bellas Artes Center Ticket Prices
- Child free enrty.
- Wednesday free entry.
- Going up to the roof, bypassing the museum, will charge you an elevator fee of EUR 3
Bellas Artes Center Opening and Closing Hours
- Given timings are for rooftop.
- Holidays: 11am – 9pm
- 11am – 2pm & 5pm – 9pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
- Monday: Closed
- For other ticket details visit the official website.
How To reach Bellas Artes Center by Public Transport
- By Metro: Metro Line 1, 2, 3 stop Puerta del Sol
- By Train: Trains C3 and C4 stop Puerta del Sol
Restaurants Near Bellas Artes Center
- El Escarpin
- Casa Labra
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Great view of Madrid’s skyline. It’s 4 euros to go all the way to the rooftop but drinks are priced like everywhere else around the area 4 for wine or beer and 10 for cocktails. We loved it here!
Fantastic terrace and quite often good exhibitions although having lived in Madrid for 8 years you can really see the prices shoot up. The terrace has definitely become a tourist trap and the bar staff may try and over charge you. Even speaking fluent Spanish I was overcharged 10 euros. After realising the real prices of drinks I confronted the barman and he had my 10 euro note aside from the bar and told me he was saving it for me. What a joke. Still one of the best views of Madrid so would recommend it to both tourists and locals - just be careful not to get ripped off.
Amazing views. Amazing lounge seats and water sprinklers. Great (pricey, though) cocktails. A pity we did not find and light snacks during the day (before 9 pm). We were craving for peanuts, a piece of fruit or ice cream. Ambience, music - all perfect for lazy midday siesta. A bit crowded in the evening. But hey - it's Madrid afterall!
if u want to sit down, better to reserve a table, full of people, not the best place for sunset because of many roffs around. Should be nicer place for panoramic view, it was just 6th floor, ant 4euro entrance fee.
We went and had a drink on the rooftop. The view was certainly a highlight, but the drinks were a little bit disappointing, being expensive, small and the wine was only ok. The staff weren't particularly nice and the tables were dirty. Would recommend going up for the view but not much else.
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