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"This museum is truly incredibly interesting but a little expensive. The neighborhood though, Born, is really cool with awesome cafes and restaurants nearby. Make sure to get your tickets ahead of time either directly from the museum or on GetYourGuide. In case you didn't know, Pablo Picasso was a massively influential Spanish artist from the 20th century, who co-founded Cubism and produced a diverse body of work, including paintings, sculptures, and ceramics. A filming spot from Disney Channel's iconic "Cheetah Girls 2" is nearby as well. "
"I always feel like people planning to visit the Picasso museums in Spain are a bit dissapointed. most of his great works are all around the world. That being said, Barcelona offers over 4,000 pieces of Picasso (many donated by Picasso himself). Tickets are 13€ for the collection and 15€ if you include the extra exhibits. They are 1€ cheaper if you buy online. Entrance is free Thursdays after 4pm and the first Sunday of the month. "
"The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is a must-visit for art enthusiasts, showcasing an extensive collection of works by the legendary artist Pablo Picasso. Housed in several historic buildings in the heart of the city's Gothic Quarter, the museum offers insight into Picasso's early years and artistic development, providing a comprehensive overview of his groundbreaking contributions to modern art."
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