- 3 hours
Barcelona Picasso Tour
Picasso Museum with an Expert
FAQ About the Picasso Museum Tour in Barcelona
The collection at the Museu Picasso is varied, spanning the artist's entire career. Please be aware that due to having such a vast array of Picasso's work at their disposal, the museum changes around what is on public display frequently.
The tour is fairly walking-intensive and the general route may include narrow sidewalks and cobblestoned streets. Museu Picasso is fully accessible to wheelchairs. Please contact us to discuss in more detail your mobility concerns so that we can best advise.
This walk is not a part of our official family program. That said, we may be able to arrange a visit with a kid-friendly expert. Please contact us.
Guille is a cultural guide and lecturer. He was born in Menorca and educated in Mallorca and Barcelona. He holds a bachelor´s degree in Tourism Management, another bachelor´s degree in Humanities, and a Master's degree in Cultural Communication. He's a licensed tour guide of Catalonia & Barcelona, where he's been working since 1997. He gives regular talks, presentations, and virtual tours about Barcelona, Catalonia, Art, and History. He previously worked as a travel agent and tour leader overseas. He's fluent in English, French, Italian, and bilingual Catalan and Spanish. His personal interests are digital gadgets and swing dance.
Cayetano has been working in the tourist and hospitality industry in Barcelona, United States and South East Asia for nearly 24 years now and as a freelance tour guide for the last 9. He holds a bachelor´s degree in Art History, another bachelor´s degree in Leisure and Hospitality Management and an MBA. He was born in Barcelona and has lived most of his life here. Cayetano loves his job, his hometown Barcelona and his country Catalonia. He is eager to share his knowledge about Barcelona, culture, history, art and the Mediterranean way of life with visitors coming from all around the world.
Dan hails from Sheffield in the north of England yet his passion for Barcelona and all things Catalan took shape from an early age - stemming from a high school exchange visit in 1991. Dan went on to study Hispanic Studies at the University of Cardiff, with special emphasis on Catalan language, history and culture. Following a permanently move to Barcelona in 2002, Dan completed a Masters in Development Cooperation, squeezed in whilst indulging his primary passion of searching out the things that make Barcelona tick – both currently and historically. Dan is a licensed tourist guide of Catalonia.
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