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Picasso Museo is must see place in Malaga, because this city is birth town this great painter. In this building you can see lot of Picasso master pieces from whole life and you can hear from audio guide many informations about his life.
On the way back to Canada on the plane I played a General Knowledge Computer Game. After my visit to the museum I was able to answer about five questions about Picasso and European Art that I would otherwise have been clueless about. That alone,...More
I love Picasso so I went there to have a look but it was a little of a delusion because you only have 3 rooms to visit and if you already saw the museum in barcelona and madrid you will not miss anything. Nice if...More
Thanks to Tripadvisors stated opening hours we (and a whole lot of other disappointed travellers) were turned down at the door a sunday in november at 17:45.
The opening hours depends on the season.
IF Tripadvisor wants to state opening hours, these should be CORRECT....More
We loved it. Not to much and plenty of interest. Perfect size to take in the art.
Tip - it was pouring with rain so I booked our ticket online while queuing and we were able to skip past and walk into the dry. If...More
However I felt the best stuff was elsewhere in the world, and we didn't notice any signs banning photography yet I was stopped from using my Smartify app. One wouldn't miss it if one was a fan but I thought there were better places to...More
This was really a delight. Fantastic exhibitions showcasing work of several artists, including Picasso (of course) and, when I was there, a terrific Warhol installation. I loved the size of it. Big enough to be worthwhile paying admission and waiting in line, but small enough...More