After the visit in 2017 exploring Connoisseurs’ Rome, Ciceroni Travel have now organised a similar trip for the Worcestershire volunteer fundraising committee, this time to Madrid and Toledo. As with Rome, the emphasis will be on great art collections, formed not only by the Hapsburg and Bourbon dynasties but also by some of the leading aristocratic families of Spain. Led by Tom Duncan, the group will have two occasions for private visits to the Prado Museum before it opens to the public and also enjoy the great privilege of a private tour of the amazing collection of the Dukes of Alba in the Palacio de Liria in Madrid. The trip will also explore historic Toledo where the group will be entertained in a private palacio to lunch. Other sites will include two of the royal palaces - Madrid’s Royal Palace and Aranjuez, plus the Thyssen Collection and the Reina Sofia Museum.

This six day tour will take place from 12 to 17 May 2019 and the group will stay in the 5* Hotel Villa Real, a short walk from the Prado. Flights are included with BA from Heathrow Airport. The tour price will be £2290 per person sharing, with a single supplement (double for single occupancy) of £380. A donation to the Art Fund is included.

If you are interested in joining the tour and to request full particulars and the booking form please contact

Catherine Corbet Milward, 01684 592129; 07813 780424 worcestershire@artfund.org.uk

Stephen Brook at Ciceroni Travel, 01869 811167 stephenbrook@ciceroni.co.uk

The number of places is limited and will be booked on a first-come-first-served basis.


This event has been organised by the Worcestershire Fundraising Committee Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

Hotel Villa Real, Madrid

Plaza de las Cortes 10, Madrid, Spain, Madrid, Spain, 28014

Entry details

£2290 per person (includes Flights, 5* hotel, some meals. Private visits. All entry tickets, transport and art-historian guided tours)

To book, please contact Catherine Corbet Milward on worcestershire@artfund.org.uk or call 01684 592129



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