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.
Mariona was born and raised in Barcelona before moving to France to study a degree in Translation and Interpretation. Since she loves her home town, a return was inevitable and she began to show Barcelona and the surrounding area to locals and visitors alike. In addition to organizing cultural events and trips, she decided to study a postgraduate on Cultural Management at Universitat de Barcelona. She previously gave in-house tours at the Palau de la Música Catalana and the Sagrada Família. She's always seeking to build on her knowledge, currently she's studying a post-graduate course on Picasso at Universitat de Barcelona.
Noemí grew up surrounded by books in her parents bookshop and developed an early passion for literature and story telling that brought her to study English Language and Literature in Barcelona, The Netherlands and California. An enthusiast of art and architecture, she has worked both for Sagrada Familia and Palau de la Música leading their official tours and taken a course on Picasso at the Museum offered by the UAB. She has been a licensed guide in Catalonia since 2013 with a versatile profile, leading tours on Gaudí, Picasso, Miró, the Gothic Quarter and beyond.
Jose Ortiz has a PhD in Art History and a Master’s degree in Heritage Management. His thesis was focused on death iconography in the Renaissance and Baroque Catalonia, in the 16th-18th centuries. Nowadays, he is conducting research about diseases in art and working as a professor for Tourism Studies. As a Docent, he leads the medieval and modernista Barcelona Tours. As an Official Tourist Guide, he has specialized in the permanent collections at museums including the Picasso Museum, the Catalan National Art Museum, the Barcelona History Museum and the Miró Foundation. Furthermore, he has experience leading tours about gastronomy, Gaudí and his architecture, fashion and design, as well as other specialized tours.
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