If you are planning to visit the Queen Sofía Museum, it is important to know that it is located in the center of Madrid, a busy area filled with points of interest – or at least, with traffic. Keep in mind that street parking is pretty limited. Even if you find a spot, you will have to pay for it and there will be a very limited time restriction. The best way to go is to reserve a parking space near the Queen Sofía Museum through Parclick, guaranteeing you a spot for the day of your visit. Look at the interactive map above to see our suggestions of parking decks close to your destination.
This Madrid museum of contemporary and 20th century art is found in the Atocha region. The building is of the Neo-classical style of the 18th century and first housed the General Hospital of Madrid before being converted and inaugurated as a museum in 1992. Together with the Prado Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the Museum of Queen Sofía is one of the vertices of Madrid´s Triangle of Art. It holds a permanent collection of great value, including works by Picasso, Dalí, Miró, Magritte, Bacon and others. The Museum of Queen Sofía has many visitors each year: in 2013 and in 2015, it was the most visited museum in Spain and the 12th most visited in the world. Retiro Park is close by and you have to visit the calming walking paths where you can relax after a visit to this fantastic museum. To be able to enjoy your time in the city without any worries and to find a place to park easily near the Queen Sofía Museum, we recommend that you book with Parclick. Save both time and money by reserving your parking spot in the center of Madrid before leaving your house and be assured that you will have a place to leave your car before you start your journey.