Barcelona Through Picasso’s Eyes

110€ per person

3 hours           🔈English, Spanish, French, German          📆 Tue – Sun           ⭐️Easy


  • If you’re artistic, curious, and adventurous, all at the same time, then our Picasso tour is the perfect solution for your stay in Barcelona!
  • Book now and enjoy Picasso’s works, avoid standing in line for tickets and enter with our Skip the Line scheme.
  • Enjoy Barcelona’s Gothic and Borne districts, and live as Picasso for a day stopping by at his favorite restaurant




What’s Included

✔︎ 3 hour tour

✔︎ Small group (max 10 people)

✔︎ Expert local 5 star guide

✔︎ Skip the Line entrance to the Picasso Museum


Food and Drinks

Hotel pickup/drop off


Sites Visited

✔︎ Picasso’s Museum

✔︎ Borne District

✔︎Gothic District

✔︎Restaurant of the Four Cats

✔︎ Pares Center


Before You Go, Remember To…

  • Please be on time at the meeting point as you may lose the time slot for your entrance
  • Please ensure you have a copy of your voucher and a valid ID
  • This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, therefore we recommend wearing comfortable shoes 
Where? What? How?
Pablo Picasso is a world-renowned artist. Considered one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Picasso translates his view of the world using different techniques, from sculpture to painting, poetry, and playwriting, as well as printmaking and pottery. Picasso’s art is highly appreciated to this day, not only because of its undeniable and unique beauty but because of the deep social messages it carries. 
If you’re an art lover or a first timer in Barcelona, Picasso’s Museum is a must. Meet your guide and start learning about Picasso’s life and art in depth. Dive in the Spanish genius's mind to better understand the history of the country and how he influenced the Spanish culture. Having spent some time at the museum your guide will take you for a magical walk through the Borne and Gothic districts. Similar to a labyrinth, the Barrio Gotico is filled with history. Let the Medieval roots of this neighborhood fascinate you and take you back to the Middle Ages. Picasso loved this part of Barcelona, in fact, his favorite restaurant is located just around the corner. The “Restaurant of the 4 Cats” opened up in 1897 and became the meeting point for many local artists.    
Our last stop is at the Sala Pares, the gallery where Picasso arranged his first exhibition. This is a must if you’re an art lover since it houses a collection of worldwide artists, as well as Catalan and Spanish works of the 19th and 20th centuries. 
Your guide will be waiting for you at the following location:

Picasso Museum

15-23 Carrer Montcada, Barcelona Barcelona 08003, CT, ES