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Gala Dinner

Restaurant "La Cocina de San Antón"

Augusto Figueroa Street 24, 28004 Madrid

Conference Gala Dinner

April 3rd

21:30

Roof of Mercado de San Antón

Augusto Figueroa Street 24, 28004 Madrid

At the gala dinner you can enjoy a variety of dishes from Madrid in the company of speakers, speakers and members of the Congress organization, as an ideal time for recreation and good company in the heart of one of the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city. city center.

You can reserve your place at the gala dinner at the time of registration in the congress.

La Cocina de San Antón is a restaurant located on the roof of a traditional market recently renovated. A space divided into four environments for you to enjoy as you want: the chill zone where you can enjoy the best snacks, the indoor restaurant, for lunch or dinner and taste the best national and international recipes. The chill out zone “El cielo de San Antón”, where you can choose between our great variety of cocktails, our wines or our offer to snack and “the San Antón greenhouse”.

GUIDED TOURS

Museums and city

Registration form

VG01

National Archeological Museum

April 5th

17:00

Serrano Street 13, 28001 Madrid

National Archeological Museum

The MAN, which preserves one of the most important collections of antiquities in the world, reopened its doors after a comprehensive reform that has made it one of the most visited museums in the city. Through the utensils and works of art of the different cultures of the Mediterranean, it goes from prehistory to the 19th century.

It is located in the Barrio de Salamanca, covering a series of chapters of the universal history of art not represented in the large art galleries of the nearby Paseo del Arte, such as Greek ceramics, Visigothic votive crowns or Hispano-Muslim ivories.

Currently, the very rich funds of this institution are shown through a new museography that gives as much importance to the archaeological value of the pieces as to their artistic value, being completed with all kinds of materials such as videos, information panels, models and exhibitors with replicas of the objects originals that allow the interaction of the visitor with the works.

Guided tour by Mª Jesús Rubio Visiers, Museum Curator of the Diffusion Department of the National Archaeological Museum.

Maximum capacity of 30 people

VG02

Lázaro Galdiano Museum

April 5th

17:00

Serrano Street 122, 28006 Madrid

The Lázaro Galdiano Museum

Is the result of José Lázaro Galdiano’s legacy to the Spanish State. This museum, one of the few Madrid sets of mansion and garden that have survived to this day, houses more than 3,000 works of art (selected from its collection of 12,600) exhibited and distributed in four floors of what was the private residence of José Lázaro Galdiano and his wife Paula Florido.
The motto “a collection of collections” expresses the eclecticism of the Museum’s collections, it’s excellent
Pinacoteca, which includes great works by Goya, Zurbarán, Carreño, El Greco, Cranach, Constable
or the Bosco and is complemented with sculptures, weapons, ceramics, ivories, numismatics, jewelry, fabrics, or miniatures among other varied collections.
The Lázaro Galdiano Museum works to be a reference space in the support, study, and  dissemination
of collecting, fostering reflection and dialogue through programs such as “La Colección invited, “which has allowed the public to see private collections of contemporary art such as of Mª José Jove, that of Leandro Navarro, that of the Jozami Collection, that of the DKV Collection or the contemporary art collection of the Coca-Cola Foundation.
Nowadays, its activities agenda offers, besides temporary exhibitions, courses, different specialized tours, concerts, collecting days or workshops for children and family that takes place every Sunday of the year.
The general visit to the collection that is proposed to the attendees of the International Congress “The museum for all people: art, accessibility and social inclusion “, will be on April 5 at 5 p.m. and part of the program of parallel activities that are offered on the occasion of this event. During the visit that is made to the closed museum, will also deepen in the work that is developing This museum to facilitate accessibility.

To register please contact:
museumforall@musacces.es

* Source: Department of Communication of the Lázaro Galdiano Museum ww.museolazarogaldiano.es

Visit organized by Jara Díaz Arbeloa, Manager of ARCHES and belonging to the Lázaro Galdiano Museum.

Maximum capacity of 25 people

VG03

Guided tour of Madrid de los Austrias

April 5th

16:30

Main Square

VG04

Guided tour of the historic center of Madrid

April 5th

18:30

Main Square

The oldest Madrid combines the dynastic imprint of the Royal Palace with the popular atmosphere of the Plaza Mayor and its surroundings

The Plaza Mayor, the Encarnación Monastery and the Plaza de La Villa, where we can see buildings from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, such as the Casa de la Villa (former seat of the Town Hall), the Torre de los Lujanes and the Casa de la Villa. Cisneros are the main architectural complexes erected in the time of the Habsburg monarchy that is worth contemplating. Another place that should be visited is the Monastery of the Descalzas Reales. Now converted into a convent for nuns and the former royal seat of the monarch Carlos I, it has a permanent exhibition of works of art from the 16th century onwards. In addition, the Palace of Santa Cruz, built in 1629, today houses the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On this Madrid in which the churches abounded and presided over by the Alcázar, an immense building that disappeared under the flames in 1734, it was later erected, already in the time of the Bourbon dynasty, the Royal Palace and, with it, the gardens of the Plaza de Oriente, the Cathedral of La Almudena -with a museum through which you can access the dome of the temple from which you can enjoy beautiful views of the Sierra Madrileña- and other buildings from the 17th, 18th and 18th centuries. XIX as the Collegiate Church of San Isidro, the cathedral of Madrid until 1993, the Basilica of San Miguel, the San Francisco el Grande or the Teatro Real, the Madrid forum of the opera.

In the surroundings there is also the Palace of Gaviria, a luxurious palatial building of the s. XIX whose style is reminiscent of the Italian Renaissance palaces that has been rehabilitated in recent years to host different exhibitions throughout the year.

Seen all the monumental heritage of the area, we can walk among the trimmed hedges of the Sabatini Gardens, at the foot of the north facade of the Royal Palace. Do not forget the Campo del Moro, a fabulous English-style garden whose elevated position was used to create one of the best perspectives in Madrid.

https://www.esmadrid.com/barrios-de-madrid/austrias

Maximum capacity of 30 people for group