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.
Montse studied Audiovisual Communication at Pompeu Fabra University where she realised she’d love to become a storyteller so she decided to do a Master in script writing and performing arts. Trained as an actress and dramaturgy she will show you the city as if you were watching a movie weaving together the sights, sounds and stories of Barcelona. She spent some time living abroad to comprehend there’s nowhere quite like her home city. She enjoys being a host of her land and culture to make the travellers feel like they are insiders. Barcelona is where everything can happen: the city as a white page, as a stage, a character itself.
Mark Planellas Witzsch is an Official Licensed Guide, lecturer, writer/journalist and docent of Catalan and Spanish art & architecture. He lives in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. As a licensed museum and monument guide, he specialized in History, Art and Architecture (Gaudi, among other masters), as well as in the Jewish Heritage in Catalonia and Spain. Mark P. Witzsch holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy (History) of Art, another Bachelor in Information Science (journalism and marketing) and an MBA (Master in Business Administration), completed at the George Washington University and the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC). He studied in Barcelona, Japan and in the USA, specifically WASHINGTON D. C. Currently he is working as a museum and monument Licensed Guide. In a broader context, he is writer and journalist in cultural topics and he became a docent in Catalan artistic avant-gardes in Barcelona.
I want to take you by the hand on an unforgettable journey through the city where I was born and that makes my heart beat. I am eager to show you the real Barcelona, the one that does not appear in guide books or on the Internet. As all cities, Barcelona is shaped by its people, their customs and their way of life. So, what better way to discover it than through the eyes of a native resident, who not only is a qualified Licensed Tour Guide (2010), but who also holds a degree in Art History (2001)? If you are looking for an authentic experience rather than a conventional guided tour, contact me and I will be delighted to share my passion for the city and its culture and traditions. Language is not a barrier: I speak castellano, Català, English und ein bißchen Deutsch. I promise to provide you with a unique experience and insight into Barcelona. My goal is to turn goodbye into fins aviat (see you soon); in other words, I want to make sure you want to come back for MORE! By the way… I love challenges! So please, don't hesitate and ask away. As for me, I have just one question: are you ready to go?
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