Gaudí House-Museum in Barcelona
In 1906, at the age of 54, Gaudí moved with his father and his niece to this house in Barcelona’s beautiful Park Güell. Although both his family members would die a few years later, Gaudí continued to live there in frugal style while he concentrated on building the Sagrada Familia basilica, an essential sight in Barcelona, like Casa Milà and other works. In the House-Museum, visitors can see furniture and other items he designed.
Picasso’s birthplace house museum, Malaga
In Malaga, Picasso’s first home, you can also visit the house where he was born. The museum includes a reconstruction of a 19th century drawing room, family mementos, and pieces by the artist, such as a folder of sketches for his famous painting “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon”, and over 50 books illustrated by Picasso and other artists such as Miró, Chagall, and Max Ernst.