Picasso Museum

Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera
Art Museum

Barcelona’s Picasso Museum houses one of the most extensive collections of the Spanish artist’s work, with more than 4,000 pieces, including paintings from his early years, Blue Period, and the "Las Meninas" series. Located in five adjoining medieval palaces, the museum’s gothic architecture provides an interesting backdrop for the modern art, and highlights include The Wait (Margot), a prostitute painted with vivid, blue, red, and yellow brushstrokes, and the graceful Portrait of Benedetta Bianco, the only work from Picasso’s Rose Period in the museum’s possession. To avoid the long lines at the popular museum, prebook a guided tour by emailing museupicasso_reserves@bcn.cat or calling 34-9/3256-3022.

Picasso Museum
Carrer Montcada, 15-23Barcelona, Spain

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