Ermita De San Antonio De La Florida, Madrid
Ermita De San Antonio De La Florida, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Glorieta San Antonio de la Florida, 528008
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 09:30 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Ermita De San Antonio De La Florida, Madrid
After his death in Bordeaux in 1828, Francisco de Goya remains were kept here in this small chapel. Prior to his death, the small chapel was commissioned to the artist and consists of some stunning frescoes that were made in just 120 days.
The popular statue of Saint Anthony is placed here and the nearby small chapel is a popular pilgrimage. A walk here as you absorb the art around, adds to the whole experience and even though the place is a low-key attraction, is not without its charm.
Ermita De San Antonio De La Florida Ticket Prices
- Admission to the place is free.
How To reach Ermita De San Antonio De La Florida by Public Transport
- By Metro: Principe Pio
- By Bus: Gta. San Antonio de la Florida
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Amazing chance to see Goya Frescos in their original environment, as well as his grave. However, no photos are allowed and it's far from anything else worth seeing. But, it's free, so you can't go wrong with that.
If you like Goya then it's a must ! A very small church full of Goya's frescoes...plus the tomb of the painter .
The ceiling is truly magnificent and a must see for its beauty and details
I was truly looking forward to visit this hermitage, especially after a long walk from the city center... when I finally arrived, I was just told "no photos", then entered inside so I could have a look at ceilings painted by Goya plus his tomb. There were some boards with a text but only in spanish, also adjacent room where some document was played (probably with the content connected to the church) was in spanish too so it would be in fact a waste of time to spend at this place more than 5 mins... I must say I was a bit disappointed...
This is the chapel with the amazing Goya fresco. The similar building next door was purpose built in 1928 for worship without disturbance from art lovers... Make sure you enter the correct building!