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.
Born in Girona and raised in Catalonia, Ariadna is a licensed tour guide with over 18 years of experience in the tourism sector. In following her biggest passion— traveling— she realized how rich her home region is with heritage, art, gastronomy, architecture, and varied landscape. For more than 8 years, she has welcomed travelers from around the globe to Barcelona and greater Catalonia, introducing them to the iconic sites, hidden gems, and the storied history of her home. A lifelong learner, Ariadna is currently pursuing degrees in history, geography, and art history to complement her tourism experience.
Olga speaks five languages (English, French, Italian, Spanish and Catalan) and has been working as a licensed tour guide of Barcelona and Catalonia for ten years. Having lived and worked in England and The United States and completed two university degrees studying in two countries (France and Spain), she also has a solid educational background in art history and literature. Apart from that, Olga has dabbled in radio and TV journalism. Her passion for Barcelona, where she was born and raised, led her to work as a radio host for a cultural program about the city for eight years. In addition, she studied dramatic art for three years and worked as an actress and drama and dance teacher for seven years. Drawing on her background in drama and journalism, she uses storytelling techniques and emotions to bring history to life and create memorable experiences. She thinks that having fun is the best way to learn. Her goal for every tour she guides is to make travellers fall in love with Barcelona.
Vanessa studied art history at the University of Barcelona (UB), completing the last year of her degree at the University of Parma (Italy). Following university, she lived in London, absorbing the rich arts and culture scene. When she moved back to Barcelona, Vanessa worked in art galleries and museums, including the National Museum of Art of Catalunya (MNAC), and contemporary art museum CAIXAFORUM. In 2006, Vanessa became a licensed tour guide in Barcelona. Since the very first tour she led, she loved meeting and connecting with new people, while sharing her passion and enthusiasm for arts. Vanessa lives in the heart of Barcelona, a mere two-minute walk from the Picasso Museum. She was born close to the land south of Catalonia that inspired Joan Miró, and she loves to spend her weekends in the Empordà, north of Catalonia, where Salvador Dalí was born. Inspiring visitors to fall in love with Barcelona and to plan their next trip before they even leave is her goal for every tour she leads.
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