After finally circling the building to find the entrance it was well the 7 Euro entrance fee. Didn't have the free audio guide although that may have been helpful for giving extra information about the paintings and sculptures. Used the English leaflet with the 10 top items to see as we were in a rush, but this gave us a real feel for this icon of 20th century art. It is laid out from start of PIcasso's life (Gallery 1) in the 19/20th century through to Gallery 11 at the end of his career, so you do get to see his progression and development through his different periods and muses. Only criticism is it can get a bit crowded in some of the galleries as they are quite small.
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