As you walk, discover the bohemian Barcelona of the late 19th and early 20th centuries where Picasso lived during his youth through anecdotes about his friendships and the events that influenced his life and artistic career.
This route will take you to such unique places as the Quatre Gats, the beer hall and cabaret on Carrer Montsió; the friezes on the facade of the Col·legi d’Arquitectes, Picasso’s only open-air artwork; and the Llotja de Mar, the art school where he studied. You’ll also walk along carrer Avinyó, a source of inspiration for Picasso from which his famous painting “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” takes its name.
The tour ends with a guided tour of the Museu Picasso, a key museum if you want to understand and find out about the artist’s formative years and development. The museum houses more than 4,000 works which make up the world’s most complete collection dating from Picasso’s early years.
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