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Learn about how Barcelona shaped the work of the famous Cubist and Surrealist artist, Pablo Picasso. Join your guide for a walk through the Gothic Quarter and El Born, visiting locations that were significant to the development and work of Pablo Picasso. You’ll also enjoy an outside visit to Barcelona’s Cathedral. Picasso lived in Barcelona during his artistic apprenticeship. Throughout his life, he remained connected to the city and wanted to establish his museum in Barcelona. After visiting destinations important to the artist, you’ll walk to the Picasso Museum where you’ll view works from Picasso’s formative years. The permanent collection consists of 4,251 works. Learn about how Picasso developed his distinctive Cubist and Surrealist style. Gain a new appreciation of Picasso during this fascinating exploration of his life and work.
This tour is provided by an operator that has been third-party certified to meet the Global Sustainable Tourism Council's Criteria for Tour Operators.
Stroll through the Gothic Quarter and El Born, and discover locations that were important to Picasso.
Visit the Picasso Museum and view some of Picasso’s formative work.
Enjoy an outside view of Barcelona’s Cathedral.
What to BringShow
KeyCard and photo identification
Cash/credit cards (Euros)
Umbrella (from ship)
What to WearShow
Hat and sunglasses
Light sweater or pullover
This tour is strenuous.
Guides and escorts can assist guests on and off the coach (giving guests a hand to exit and enter the coach), but guides and escorts cannot take any other responsibility.
The Picasso Museum is closed on Mondays and is not available for groups on Sunday afternoons.
Flash photography is not permitted in the Picasso Museum.
Guests must be able to walk over uneven cobblestone surfaces and negotiate a few steps at the Picasso Museum.
Shoulders must be covered to enter the Cathedral.
The Cathedral is closed to groups on Saturday afternoons and Sundays. Guide will provide explanation from the outside and guests will be permitted to enter individually.
Guests may experience long queues at the Museum.
Location Barcelona, Spain
Tour Code BR2L
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