The Sarab Museum is really eye-opening. The magnificence of the museum is not inferior to the palace. The exhibits are rich and rich. Some people call it the Little Palace. There is nothing wrong with it. A very luxurious place, it is worth visiting and there are many people who visit it.
We arrived at 9:30 in the morning, 3 euros per person, and you can get a Chinese guide at the ticket office. The rooms inside are accessible. There are no tour groups to go, and few Chinese go, but relatively For the palace, the collections here are more abundant, private collections from different countries
The first stop in the morning is straight to the Cerab Museum. The museum is in the northwest corner of Plaza Espana (plaza de espana), from sol along Preciados Street to the callao subway station, then along Gran Vin Street a stop to Plaza Espana, to a little ask people can find it, there are signs at the intersection. It's around 11am and is free to visit, not sure if it's free on Sunday or all the time. The museum is a modern building on the outside, but it's retro and splendid inside. The 17th Marquis of Silab lived here with a wealth of poetry, paintings, archaeology, gems, ceramics, and many valuable exhibits, and eventually the Marquis donated his mansion to the government to visit the world. Personally, I love it here, it's easier to understand and feel than Sophia.
The Serrab Museum is a very private museum worth visiting
[Scenery] Very beautiful
[Fun] Suitable for literary and artistic workers
[Value for money] Take more time to take a look
Preston_Dominguez: Calle Ventura Rodriguez 17, 28008 Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor,Puerta del Sol,Museo del Prado,Plaza de Espana