If you are making a plan to tour Spain, don’t miss out on the International Museum Day in Barcelona. Your tour itinerary must include the thrilling and zestful expedition of the city of Barcelona. It is full of history, tradition, culture, attractions, and wonderful museums.
As soon as you get to Barcelona, you can stay at our guesthouse in Barcelona centre due to its proximity to the renowned museums and other historical sites. It provides quite a comfortable environment awash with upscale amenities. The Museu Picasso is situated in the Born, and it gets ready and opens the door on the occasion of international museum Day, celebrated on May 18th.
This international museum event is orchestrated every year by the international council of museums (ICOM). Before starting the Museu Picasso, you can get your booking on the Museu Picasso website, especially for this special museum day. In fact, this occasion of the international day in respect of museums is celebrated with a view to letting the people realize the significance of museums and the evolution of society.
You can visit and experience a host of activities there, taking place even a few days earlier than the scheduled date. Furthermore, you can also avail free admission on its most fascinating events called open day in addition to the night of the Museums. I am quite sure. You will have a bundle of fun and an opportunity to explore the history, culture, tradition, art, science, and many more about different segments of society.
As soon as you get to the Museu Picasso, you would find a large-scale assemblage of 20th-century artworks. Pablo Picasso, a Spanish Artist, contributed exceptionally to painting, theater designing, printmaking, and sculpture work as one of the most prominent Artists. You would witness his famous artwork like Guernica, proto-cubist less Demoiselles d’Avignon, the German bombing of Guernica, and Italy’s air forces during Spain’s civil war. If you end up having a busy day out at the Museu Picasso you can rest at our boutique hotel close to Ciutat Vella.