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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Picasso Museum?

    The price for luggage storage near Picasso Museum starts from just €4.30/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Picasso Museum?

    There are multiple locations in the Picasso Museum area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near RENFE Sitges, Estación de Les Franqueses-Granollers Nord, and RENFE Mataró and all over Barcelona.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Picasso Museum?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Picasso Museum.

  • Are there storage lockers near Picasso Museum?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Picasso Museum area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Picasso Museum and in the broader Barcelona area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Picasso Museum?

    Popular metro stations like METRO Catalunya, METRO Liceu, or METRO Diagonal can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Barcelona near Picasso Museum, you may be close to some bus stations: Estación de Autobuses Barcelona Nord (Estació d'autobusos Barcelona Nord), barcelona nord bus station F.30, or Estació d'autobusos de Sants. If traveling by train, RENFE Cornellà, Barcelona Sants Railway Station (Estació de Barcelona-Sants), and FGC Pl. Espanya are nearest to Picasso Museum.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Picasso Museum?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Picasso Museum are Plaça Reial, W Barcelona, and Eurostars Grand Marina. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Picasso Museum are Safestay Passeig de Graçia, Casa Gracia Barcelona Hostel, and Unite Hostel Barcelona.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Picasso Museum?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Picasso Museum are Casa Carmen - Gran Vía 2, Café Zurich, and Hard Rock Cafe.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Picasso Museum?

    Check out the nearby Plaça de Pompeu Fabra, Park Güell, and Parc del Fòrum.


About the Picasso Museum

The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is an ultra-popular institution that covers the formative years of Pablo Picasso, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Located in the La Ribera neighborhood, the museum is tucked within five adjoining medieval palaces, which alone would be worthy of a visit here.

Established in 1963, the museum came into being through the efforts of Picasso's lifelong friend and secretary, Jaume Sabartés, who donated his collection to the city of Barcelona. Picasso himself contributed to the collection, so it's actually the first museum dedicated to his work created during his lifetime. The Museu Picasso now houses over 4,000 works.

The collection highlights include the comprehensive series of "Las Meninas" (1957), where Picasso reinterprets Velázquez's masterpiece in 58 different ways. There's perhaps no better demonstration of his experimental spirit and deep respect for Spanish artistic heritage. Visitors can also peruse a significant collection of Picasso's early works, including portraits and landscapes from his Blue and Rose Periods.

Located on Montcada Street, the Picasso Museum is easily accessible and a must-visit for art lovers exploring Barcelona.

Picasso Museum bag policy

The bag policy at the Picasso Museum is fairly strict and no backpacks, bags, or suitcases larger than 30 x 30cm are permitted within the museum's exhibits. Additionally, no umbrellas, food, or drinks can be taken inside.

If you happen to arrive with some prohibited things, the museum offers a free cloakroom for visitors' use. You'll need proof of your entry tickets to check anything, and the cloakroom has a size limit, too. Only suitcases and bags smaller than 56 x 45 x 25cm are permitted. The cloakroom also has limited space availability.

To play it safe, make a plan to drop off any heavy or large items at a Bounce luggage storage near the Picasso Museum. You can conveniently store any size of bag by using our service, and we have locations all over town.

Are there lockers at the Picasso Museum?

The Picasso Museum has a cloakroom that guests can use as long as they provide proof of entry. This service is free of charge, but note that any items larger than 56 x 45 x 25cm are prohibited. So if you have any large suitcases with you, you'll need to make alternate arrangements. If you're stuck, book luggage storage near the Picasso Museum through Bounce in just a few minutes.

Can you bring a backpack into the Picasso Museum?

Only backpacks and other bags that are smaller than 30cm x 30cm can be taken with you through the exhibits at the Picasso Museum. If your backpack is larger than this limit, you can store it in the museum's cloakroom at no extra charge.

Is there a dress code for the Picasso Museum?

No, there is no official dress code at the Picasso Museum, but you should dress appropriately and respectfully. Additionally, in the hot Madrid summers, the building is air-conditioned, so an extra layer just in case couldn't hurt.

How much time do you need in the Picasso Museum?

On average, visitors need an hour and a half to two hours to get the most out of the museum. If you intend to read every plaque and spend a few minutes appreciating more than a few of the masterpieces in the collection, three hours should be sufficient.

How to get to the Picasso Museum

Many travelers will arrive in the city via Barcelona Airport. This hub is located outside the Barcelona limits in El Prat de Llobregat, so a typical journey using public transportation will take around 40 minutes. Take the R2N train line from the airport three stops to Barcelona-Sants, which is the city's main train station. Then, take the R2S line to Barcelona-Estació De França where you'll be about a five-minute walk from the museum. In all, this will cost €4 to €5.

If you have access to a car, the drive is roughly 20 minutes, depending on traffic, which can be very heavy during rush hour. The taxi fare to make the trip will set you back €50 to €60.

Things to do near the Picasso Museum

Barceloneta Beach

Barceloneta Beach is the closest stretch of sand to the city center. The beach here is actually constructed of imported sand, but that doesn't take away from its appeal. The area of Barceloneta was originally established in the 18th century for the local fishing community. It wasn't until the 1992 Olympics that the city turned it into the beach it is today. Now, beach-goers can grab drinks at one of the lively beach bars, swim in the sea, sunbathe, and take advantage of the amazing nightlife here without leaving the city.

How to get to Barceloneta Beach

It's easy to get to the beach after a visit to the museum. All it requires is 20 minutes of walking toward the coast. There are public transportation options available, like the D20 bus, but that will take almost as long and still involve some walking.

Parc de la Ciutadella

Spanning over 70 acres, this park was established in the late 19th century on the grounds of a former citadel, as you may have guessed from its name. When you visit, you'll find a bunch of attractions, including the monumental Cascada Fountain, designed by Josep Fontserè with contributions from a young Antoni Gaudí, which is often compared to Rome's Trevi Fountain.

Have your kids with you? The park also houses the Barcelona Zoo, which can be a nice change for youngsters from the ever-present Gaudi architecture and the various museums. The Catalan Parliament is also here. The area is dotted with sculptures and monuments, and the lovely pathways are ideal for an evening stroll. To complete the picture, Parc de la Ciutadella also has a scenic lake.

How to get to Parc de la Ciutadella

This is another easily walkable attraction from the Picasso Museum. The journey will only take about five minutes, so these two sites pair really well together.

Explore the Gothic Quarter

The Gothic Quarter is truly the historical heart of Barcelona. It's an intriguing labyrinth of narrow medieval streets filled with centuries-old buildings and a palpable sense of history. This ancient part of the city is known for its stunning Gothic architecture, with the Barcelona Cathedral as a main highlight. The cathedral, dedicated to the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, showcases a magnificent Gothic facade, a beautifully detailed interior, and a serene cloister that is home to a flock of white geese.

Another must-visit attraction is the Plaça del Rei, a historic square surrounded by Gothic buildings that were once part of the royal palace complex. The Museu d'Història de Barcelona is located here, and the underground ruins that trace the city's Roman origins are sure to impress most. The Gothic Quarter is also known for the Plaça Sant Jaume, where the City Hall and the Catalan government building face each other.

How to get to the Gothic Quarter

You can reach some of the top landmarks in the Gothic Quarter in under 10 minutes of walking from the museum.

Camp Nou

Are you a fan of Barcelona's football (soccer) team? Then a trip to Camp Nou, the team's stadium, is in order. With a seating capacity of over 99,000, it's the largest stadium in Spain and Europe. The stadium's museum, the FC Barcelona Museum, is a treasure trove of the club's history and achievements, showcasing trophies, memorabilia, and interactive exhibits that chronicle the team's legacy.

If you can't get tickets to a home game, you can still embark on a comprehensive tour, the Camp Nou Experience, which includes access to the museum, the players' tunnel, the locker rooms, the press box, and a panoramic view of the stadium from the pitch level.

How to get to Camp Nou

If you drive here, it may be difficult to find parking, but the journey will last between 20 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic. To avoid the hassle of parking, visitors can take the L3 (Zona Universitària) metro line from Liceu station, which is about a 10-minute walk from the Picasso Museum. Then, get off at Palau Reial and walk another five minutes to the stadium.

Luggage storage near Picasso Museum

A visit to the Picasso Museum is a highlight of any trip to Barcelona. And that's saying something in a city that's full of masterpieces by Gaudi, including the one-of-a-kind Sagrada Familia. When you're planning your itinerary around Barcelona, make sure you have a plan for your luggage, especially on travel days. Bounce can help with convenient locations throughout the city. When you store your things with us, you won't have to worry about being on the wrong side of the Picasso Museum's bag policy, or the policies at any other attractions, for that matter. Then, all you have left to do is enjoy your time in this world-class destination.

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