A visit to Barcelona would not be complete without having to drop by Museo Picasso. More than 4,000 collection of artworks are housed inside the museum and according to some, most of these artworks depicts Picasso’s relationship with Barcelona, the city he spent most of his time with. But don’t expect to see world-renowned Picasso paintings here because the museum primarily showcases Picasso’s early work, when he was still struggling as an artist. If you are a fan of Picasso, you’ll get to meet a lot of art enthusiasts roaming around the museum. There’s an entrance fee of about €11. I would recommend buying the tickets in advance if you don’t have the Barcelona Pass. The line to get tickets can get really long.