El Museo Nacional de Soares dos Reis está situado en Oporto (Porto en portugués), la segunda ciudad portuguesa en población y la ciudad más importante del noroeste de la península ibérica y es el museo más antiguo del país. Se trata de un museo de arte casi íntegramente portugués, principalmente de los siglos XIX y XX. Su nombre se debe al famoso escultor António Soares dos Reis.
El palacio en el que se ubica el Museo Nacional de Soares dos Reis (el más antiguo del país) está marcado por una historia compleja tanto en lo que respeta a sus "piedras" como la de sus ocupantes.
|Martes||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Miércoles||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Jueves||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Viernes||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sábado||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Domingo||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Emerson Verissimo | ene. 8, 2018
Nice museum. Beautiful and interesting sculptures, paintings and also the architecture of the building. There is much humidity on the walls of some sections: need to be reformed. Friendly staff.
Jose Tavares | dic. 12, 2017
is one of the most important museums in Portugal. excellent collection of painting. Usually has temporary exhibitions of obligatory visit.
Ronen Jacovi | nov. 17, 2017
I have never been to such a museum. The exhibitions were amazing with outstanding items on exhibition - I could spend days in here. But the stuff is unbelievable: I actually had to wait for 5 minutes to pay, no, there was no line - the cashier was on the phone with a private conversation. The stuff inside the place was shouting, yelling, talking loud... You het thepicture. I ran out back to my sanity...
David Dekel | oct. 4, 2017
This is a great art museum with a great exhibition of Portuguese naturalist painters in October 2017. Hopefully, it's more popular in peak times because there was nearly no one there and people are missing out on a gem!
Russki Kanack | ene. 8, 2018
The Museum would be much more interesting for tourists if at least half of the exhibits had translated descriptions.
Ruth Weir | mar. 21, 2018
An amazing museum over two floors-with pop up exhibitions. Well worth a visit
Glen Penrhyn-Lowe | mar. 28, 2018
Great place to chill and soak up some Portugese culture and food
Jan Schlenker | abr. 10, 2018
No English description. Only 1 sentence for every painting/bust. No additional information. If there is a longer text, it is only available in Portuguese. The security personal keeps following you around at arms length. There is no way to appreciate the art if you feel like a prisoner. I could not see a pattern or a system behind the structure of the museum.
Yury Sapezhinsky | abr. 14, 2018
A most fantastic art museum. Plenty of trivia and treasures from the age of discovery and colonial trinkets, a wonderful historical collection, and a most insightful XIX and XX art collection. Greatly enjoyed the exibition and totally recommend to every traveler in Porto
Felicio Monteiro Neto | abr. 8, 2018
The museum has a great collection to see the Portuguese art and history. The collection has a good informations for each one and the space build is big, beautiful and has a great atmosphere. There's no information about the free entrance for the residents of Portugal and the café isn't working when I was there.
Ann Shore | abr. 21, 2018
Interesting collection of Portuguese art in beautiful building. Lovely garden unfortunately neglected. Cafe wasn't open.
Emma Maria Lynch | jun. 9, 2018
A gorgeous collection of paintings and sculptures, which introduced me to some Portuguese artists whom I've fallen in love with (Henrique Pousao) ! Very cheap entrance fee too. Would need about 2 hours minimum to view the pieces comfortably.
David Amster | ago. 10, 2018
Very pleasant and interesting museum. Some very good paintings and sculpture.
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