Museo Lázaro Galdiano
Fodor’s Expert Review
This stately mansion of writer and editor José Lázaro Galdiano (1862–1947), a 10-minute walk across the Castellana from the Museo Sorolla, has decorative items and paintings by Bosch, El Greco, Murillo, and Goya, among others. The remarkable collection comprises five centuries of Spanish, Flemish, English, and Italian art. Bosch's St. John the Baptist and the many Goyas are the stars of the show, with El Greco's San Francisco de Assisi and Zurbarán's San Diego de Alcalá close behind.