The Paseo del Prado is one of the main boulevards in Madrid, Spain. The Paseo del Prado is the oldest historical urban in Madrid and was declared Bien de Interés Cultural (BIC). It runs north-south between the Plaza de Cibeles and the Plaza del Emperador Carlos V (also known as Plaza de Atocha), with the Plaza de Cánovas del Castillo (the location of the Fuente de Neptuno, and of the Ritz and Palace five-star hotels) lying approximately in the middle. The Paseo del Prado forms the southern end of the city's central axis (which continues to the north of Cibeles as the Paseo de Recoletos, and further north as the Paseo de la Castellana).
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Dedicated to a greek goodness, this fountain is pretty beautiful, in front of the museum and near to ATOCHA station. During the night, it is more beautiful in my opinion.
How much can you really take in, I love all the layers Madrid has. You can 'see' it in a day but you can spend your whole life trying to "SEE" it.
Emblematic place for most authentic madrid's football club: Atlético de Madrid. It is where they celebrate all major football trophies
Paso obligado por Madrid, si van por El Prado se presta para una foto rápida, aunque los árboles que la rodean no me dejaron admirarla muy bien.
Very nice and clean place! You have to check the house of Toledo shop
You can't actually acces this fountain due to it being located in the middle of the street, yet it can be admired from several points of view around it, making it accessible for the eye.
A beautiful fountain. My only gripe is not being able to get a close up photo due to the surrounding streets and traffic.