10 Must-See Art Galleries in Europe ...

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The art galleries in Europe are some of the most visited in the world.

There are many famous art galleries in Europe and most of them are popular tourist attractions.

If you’re ever lucky enough to travel through Europe, a visit to any of the major art galleries will have you viewing masterpieces from throughout the ages.

These are just a few of the must-see art galleries in Europe.

1. Musée Du Louvre

The Louvre is without a doubt one of the most popular art galleries in Europe, possibly even the world (a quick internet search reveals that it attracts more than 8 million visitors a year!).

It is home to thousands of priceless paintings and antiquities, with the most famous being the portrait of the Mona Lisa.

The Louvre is a Parisian icon and a must-see upon visiting the city.

2. Museo Del Prado

The Museo del Prado is located in central Madrid, Spain.

It is the main Spanish national art museum and holds one of the world’s finest collections of European art.

Much of the collection comes from Spanish royalty and features many works by famous Spanish artists.2

3. Musée National D'Art Moderne

If you prefer modern art then check out the Musée National d'Art Moderne.

It is located in Paris, France and is the largest modern art gallery in Europe.

It also has the second largest collection of modern art in the world.2

4. Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum is located in central London.

It is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design.

Inside the art gallery you’ll find art spanning 5000 years, from ancient times to the present day.

The collections hold pieces from all over the world and cover everything from architecture, jewellery, fashion, photography, and sculpture.

5. Tate Modern

The Tate Modern is a museum of international modern and contemporary art and is located in London.

It is one of the most visited modern art galleries in the world.

The art gallery itself is a converted power station and has several levels that hold permanent and temporary exhibits.

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