Grand Art, Great Architecture and Music with Gergiev in Madrid Staging

13.03.2019 - 15.03.2019

Madrid,Spain, Europe

Price per person 485 EUR

Grand Art, Great Architecture and Music 

with Gergiev in Madrid Staging


Art at the Prado, music by Gergiev and design by the world’s greatest architects to surround you, this is an injection of intensity that can only be described as “grand” on every level.

March 13th 

Arrival at the  Design Hotel Puerta America Madrid

Nineteen award-winning architect practices from all over the world have created a design wonder in this hotel where every room and floor is like no other. Your luxury double room for two nights will be a genuine work of art.

Your first day is free to enjoy the shopping, sights and cuisine of Madrid at your leisure.

March 14th

The first part of the day offers a private tour with a personal guide to the Museo del Prado.

Considered to be one of the greatest art museums in the world, it also houses one of the world's finest collections of European art, dating from the 12th century to the early 20th century. Francisco Goya is the single most extensively represented artist, yet works by Hieronymus Bosch, El Greco, Peter Paul Rubens, Titian, and Diego Velázquez, form some of the highlights of the collection.

A leisurely lunch and free time in the afternoon.

19:30 You have premium tickets to an exceptional classical music concert at the Auditoria Nacional de Musica.

Valery Gergiev conducts the outstanding Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra featuring Danil Trifonov on piano with a program as follows:

Piano Concerto No. 1 by Sergey Rachmaninov

Symphony No. 5 by Gustav Mahler

March 15th

A lazy breakfast, a final feast for the eyes, and departure from the hotel.

Price 485 EUR includes:

  • 2 nights accommodation in Design Hotel Puerta America Madrid double room sharing 2 persons 

  • private tour with a personal guide to the Museo del Prado

  • ticket to the classical music concert at the Auditoria Nacional de Musica with Valery Gergiev,  Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra and  Danil Trifonov on piano