The Spanish capital is a tireless point of art and culture. The 2013 All Saints' Holiday is an excellent opportunity to visit this wonderful European capital. A major exhibition entitled "Surrealism and His Dream" will be held at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, until January 12, 2014. Among the exhibited works, the works of André Breton, Salvador Dalí, Paul Delvaux, Yves Tanguy, Renee Magritte, André Masson, Max Ernst, Jean Arp, Claude Cahun and Paul Nougé, which have transformed the movement into a real style life constantly linked to the dream and images. The exhibition is supplemented by 163 works from major institutions around the world, such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Tate Modern in London and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. The exhibition of Velásquez and the family of Philip IV to the Prado Museum until 9 February 2014 pays tribute to one of the most important Spanish artists of the seventeenth century through the portraits made in the last years of the artist's life and works of his entourage. More than thirty paintings that make up this exhibition becomes a path in Spain in 1600 and explores the evolution of court portraiture in the environment in which the artist lived. The exhibition traces the development of the genre after the death of the painter with works by artists such as Mazo or Carreño. Spending a few days in the Spanish capital can also become an occasion to witness one of the most exciting musical on Broadway. The Teatro Lope de Vega in La Gran Via is transformed into the African bush where there will be all the protagonists of The Lion King. With children in the forefront, the parents will be overwhelmed by a stunning scenery full of vibrant colors and the most famous songs of the show.