GRATIS IN BARCELONA!… Picasso Museum

Picasso Museum by Bed & Breakfast in Barcelona
The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Ruiz Picasso. the genius of the young artist is revealed through the more than 3.800 works that make up the permanent collection. Furthermore, the Picasso Museum, opened in 1963, also reveals his deep relationship with Barcelona: an intimate, solid relationship that was shaped in his adolescence and youth, and continued until his death.

The Picasso Museum is located in the old city: “El Born” in the Montcada street, number 15. You can arrive walking or by metro (Jaume I station, line 4).

It’s open every Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00hs to 20:00hs, and the ticket cost 9€, but the sunday, between 15:00hs to 20:00hs is free.

Our Guest House has all the information that you can need to visit the Picasso Museum.

About bedandbreakfastinbarcelona

ACCOMMODATION IN BARCELONA CITY CENTER, SPAIN Our Bed and Breakfasts are situated in the best area of the amazing city of Barcelona, close to most of the important touristic attractions. We aim to give you a relaxed stay in one of our Guest Houses by providing comfortable accommodation at an affordable price and cordial service. You'll find our Bed and Breakfasts in beautiful buildings of the Catalan modernistic style. Their beautiful interiors contribute to the warm and charming stay at our Bed and Breakfast, just what you need after a busy day of sightseeing. Each morning you will enjoy our delicious self-service breakfast buffet that will get you ready for a day full of activities. Whatever your purpose is to visit Barcelona, we will do our best to make your stay a pleasant one!
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One Response to GRATIS IN BARCELONA!… Picasso Museum

  1. >The Picasso Museum in Barcelona (entrance shown, right) is in the heart of the old city on the Carrer Moncada and since its recent expansion now sprawls over a row of five Gothic palaces once – in late medieval times – home to Barcelona's aristocrats.

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