Barcelona Museums Vilafrancavirtual


Barcelona is a city with vast, rich history, art, and architecture. It’s is famous as the home to some the best well-known artists like Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso and just after a few distances, Figueres was home to Salvador Dali. Barcelona is home to a diverse variety of fun as well as an inspiring and historic venue that will ignite your passion for the city. With several exciting museums located in the Old City like Gotico, Barceloneta, Born, there are several cool museums just a short ride from outside the city centre. Barcelona offers you the chance to combine your museum experience with the thrilling sites as well as gorgeous panoramic views. Either its art, history, science or the Spanish culture that excites you, Barcelona has a museum for everyone.  While you are worried about the maze of the streets and complexity of the public transportation, you may get puzzled trying to choose between dozens of museums in the city.


Museu Picasso is a must see whether you are into art or not. The Picasso is one of the most popular museums in the city. Born in Malaga Spain, Picasso got to Barcelona with his family while he was thirteen and the city played a tremendous role in his artistic development. Despite his constant relocating, he kept his close ties with Barcelona community; and the Picasso museum was opened to express his wish after he died. The Museum showcases a small, yet vast selection of the artist works. You will be taken through the various stages of his career. The Museum, located in a trending Born neighbourhood, and it is a sight to behold with its stunning architecture.


The museum, located at Museu Maritim, Av. D les Drassanes, Barcelona Spain. For the lovers of land and sea alike, Barcelona’s maritime museum has been reopened and renovated with an extensive permanent collection but temporary exhibits as well. As a Mediterranean port city, a lot of Barcelona’s history, tied to the sea. Although the building that is home to this museum is at the end of the Las Rambling, it was closer to the see and also used to build galley ships for the wartime. Since the 1929 expo, the Naval shipyard is a permanent exhibition for the shipyard is at the museum, and that is an excellent place to learn about the Maritime history of the great Catalonia.


Popularly known as the number one centre for Catalan history, close to the port in Barceloneta, one of the oldest neighbourhood in Barcelona.  It has both permanent and temporary exhibits that encompass the rich heritage of the region from ancient times to the modern day. Located in Palau de Mar, the museum is the only building in the Old Port still standing. After you leave the institution, you can take a quick stroll on the beach and walk through the boardwalk, especially lovely during the summer when all the beachside restaurants are up.