I will be in Madrid next month and can’t wait to see the Sorolla special exhibits at the Prado and at the Royal Palace. Would welcome your input on some ticketing confusion.
The Prado website states special exhibits require a timed-entry ticket. Will I be able to enter the Prado early to view the other collections first? I did email the museum for feedback, and here’s their response: “To see the Sorolla exhibition it is not necessary to have a special schedule since it is included in the permanent collection of the museum. The exhibition with a special time pass would be the Guido Reni exhibition.” Their response is in direct conflict with purchasing information on the Prado website. Plus, I still am unsure if I can enter the museum prior to the timed-entry. Has anyone been to this exhibit, or can shed clarity?
For the Sorolla exhibit at the Royal Palace, it appears timed-entry tickets must be purchased through this website www.entradas.com. It also appears the tickets are released 30 days prior to entry date and sell out immediately. Any tips for securing tickets? Any idea what time the tickets are released?