You like the Formula 1? I bet so.
Well, sure you're wishing visit the exhibition dedicated to Spanish pilot Fernando Alonso that since December 3 and Until the 4th of may takes place in Madrid.
This is the first major international exhibition dedicated to the great Spanish champion, which undoubtedly becomes one of the main attractions of the Christmas to go with children.
The exposition Fernando Alonso Collection you can see it in the Arte Canal exhibition center and in it you find the collection of cars used by the Spanish driver during his career, as well as many other personal items linked to his professional career.
Organized by the Fernando Alonso Foundation and Canal Isabel II Gestión, at the headquarters of the Castilla square, where some have been held exhibitions as visited as those dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci or, the most recent, to Pompeii, you can see several of the karts used by Alonso when he was children, as well as the eleven cars he has driven. Or its so far 123 trophies won, including that of Formula 1 Champion .
On your visit you will also see others objects from the private collection of Fernando Alonso that will allow you to know better the elitist world of this motor competition or his personal career, such as his first pilot's license, or the monkey sewn by hand by his mother for his first race when he was only three years old.
It's about the Fernando Alonso's first exhibition which, with these characteristics, takes place in the world, and is expected to become a new attraction for international tourists visiting Madrid.
The visiting hours of the Fernando Alonso exhibition in Madrid they are, from Monday to Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On December 24 and 31 it is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last access at 1.30 p.m.), and closes on December 25 and January 1.
The ticket prices they are, generally, 7 euros; free for children under 6, disabled and unemployed; and reduced by 3,5o euros for retirees, seniors +65, accredited students, teachers, members of large families and guides of the Community of Madrid.
If you want to make sure you're not going to miss it, you can buy tickets for the Fernando Alonso Collection exhibition.<>