Picasso Museum, Gothic Quarter Morning Tour with Breakfast

Day Trips & Excursions in Spain

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This walking tour will take you to discover the history of Barcelona, from the Roman era to the medieval period up to the 20th century, by the hand of the famous painter Pablo Picasso.
This walking tour will take you to discover the history of Barcelona, from the Roman era to the medieval period up to the 20th century, by the hand of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. The tour starts from the well-know Ramblas of Barcelona leading us towards the Royal Square, where the old convent of Santa Madrona was located. Then we will walk to the square of Sant Jaume, seat of the local government during the medieval times and at the present time. We will stroll through narrow cobbled streets until you reach the Cathedral of Barcelona where we will also find the King's Square (plaça del Rei), an unique location and historic center of the city's royal power that preserves under its feet the remains of what was the Roman city of Barcino.   Afterwards we will go to the basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, which dates back to the 14th century, located in the neighborhood of “El Born”. In the narrow streets of this quarter it is also hidden the Picasso Museum, home to the most important collection of works from his early life when he was a studying art. Museum guided visit included.   At the end of the tour we will go to visit ouside of Palau de la Música Catalana and take a local breakfast. IMPORTANT NOTE: Not recommended for children under 3 years, as it is a walking tour of more than 2 hours.

What’s included

  • - Bilingual guide - Radio guide system. - Guided walking tour of the Gothic quarter. - Entrance fee and guided visit in the Picasso Museum. - Guided walking tour in Born quarter. - Guided tour outside of Palau de la Música Catalana. - Local breakfast in Palau de la Música Catalana.

What’s not included

  • - Entrance to Barcelona Cathedral and to the basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. - Entrance to Palau de la Música Catalana. - Food and drinks, unless specified - Hotel pickup and drop-off
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