A guided tour of some of the key places where Picasso spent his time when he lived in Barcelona. You’ll discover the city as it was in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, along with the history of the famous painter, through anecdotes about his friends and the events that influenced his life and artistic career. The tour explores the artist’s Barcelona in depth. An expert guide will accompany you through the bohemian Barcelona of Picasso’s youth and take you on a tour of the world-famous Museu Picasso.
During this 2-hour walking tour you'll have the opportunity to admire different key places: the Modernist restaurant Els Quatre Gats, meeting place for intellectuals and artists of the day; the friezes on the facade of Collegi d’Arquitectes, the only open-air piece of artwork by Picasso; Llotja de Mar, the art school where he studied; Carrer Avinyó, a street which the artist frequented and was a source of inspiration for his famous painting Les Demoiselles d’Avignon; the Picasso Museum, which is home to the most important collection of works from his early life when he was studying art.