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You simply can’t come to Barcelona and not indulge in the amazing art and culture scene! What ever your taste may be, there is no doubt that the city has something for you. Be it architecture, sculpture, paintings  and music, Gothic, Modern, Contemporary or Romanesque. The streets of Barcelona are museums themselves, displaying the cities history in every day life! However, to truly learn and immerse yourself in the art, culture and history of Barcelona and Spain, you have to visit their museums! But where to start? There are several must-see locations and plenty of hidden treasures you might not find so easily! To get you started in the right direction, we’ve organised FREE cultural visits to a few of Barcelona’s top art and culture centres. Never miss a moment, and join us!

Museu Picasso – Pablo Picasso is one of the biggest names in the art world, and his works remain timeless classics for everyone to enjoy. In fact, he maintained a very close relationship with the city of Barcelona throughout his life, so there’s no better way to see his collections than to take FREE tour of the Museu Picasso with Citylife Madrid! We will be visiting this museum on the 10th of February. More info.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC)  Catalonia is a region filled with rich history, which has been portrayed by its most talented artists for years. The Museu Nacional d’Arte de Catalunya boasts centuries of artwork, beginning in the gothic and medieval times to meet contemporary styles. Don’t miss a FREE tour with Citylife! We will be visiting this museum on the 21st of February! More info.

Museu d’Historia de Barcelona (MUHBA) – Come explore Barcelona’s rich history with Citylife at the Museu d’Història de Barcelona. Owned and operated by the municipality of Barcelona, the museum’s headquarters are located in the city’s Gothic Quarter, and also includes archaeological sites such as the ruins of the ancient Roman city Barcino, medieval exhibits, and more. The tour is at only 5€ and will allow you to see over 32,000 artifacts that tell the story of Barcelona, starting from its roots. We will be visiting the museum on the 7th of March! More info.

Museu d’Historia de Catalunya (MHC) – Come take a trip back in time through the years of Catalonia’s creation! The museum, located in Port Vell, shows an impressive depiction of centuries of history, from the Stone Age through the Franco era, in which the traditionally proud culture suffered suppression in which it continues to recover from today. Join Citylife and enjoy a FREE informational tour! We will be visiting the museums on the 21st of March! More info.

– The Citylife Barcelona Team!

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