Sorolla’s art is really accessible for the non-artsy types, and this collection is housed in what was his own residence and studio, which adds a really interesting historical element to the visit. It’s not huge and ticket prices are reasonable, which makes it even more doable with children and those who can’t be on their feet for too long. Highly recommended!
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