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Virtual tour

The other Renaissance

Explore the rooms of the exhibition The other Renaissance. Spanish Artists in Naples in the early Cinquecento with the maximum image quality. This Virtual Visit also offers a short Guided Tour led by Miguel Falomir, director of the Museo Nacional del Prado.

PRICE: 2,50 €




  • Access valid until the end of the next day since activation
  • Available on two different devices at the same time


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Gigapixel technology

Virtual visitors can now move around the galleries of the exhibition with the optimum level of image quality currently available for visits of this type thanks to Second Canvas’s Gigapixel technology, complemented by commentaries on the most significant details of some of the works.

Free Exploration and Welcome Tour

Miguel Falomir, director of the Museo Nacional del Prado, leads a short Welcome Tour of the galleries, presenting the exhibition and providing virtual visitors with the necessary context before they start the Free Exploration, a space in which users can enjoy the exhibition in a non-guided manner with the audio guide, the room text and the leaflet; extremely comprehensive content which is as close as possible to an actual, physical visit to the exhibition.