Peter Wik has been traveling the world since childhood. He has visited over 60 countries and some of them up to a hundred times. Peter is the owner of Relasian Travel & Event based in Stockholm, Sweden but constantly on the road. Peter is a foodie and loves to try new food around the world. Here he shares his favorite gems from places high and low around the world to make you go local yet being global. Peter lives in Stockholm and Paris.
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|After 5 years of renovation the Picasso Museum opened it's door again in the end of 2014. When Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 92 he left 70.000 pieces of art behind him. 5.000 of these were given to the state of France ( also to pay some taxes) to make this beautiful collection. In the Marais the Hôtel Salé was arranged to show these masterpieces. Now it has been enlarged so they can show more of the collection. Unfortunately very little of the old building is left in the interior and it looks more of a modern museum that of a 350 year old Palace. However, the collection is great! I would suggest you to buy your tickets on line so you don't have to wait in the line for hours. Another great way to see the museum is to sign up for a guided tour in English or French. It cost you only 7 Euros extra and then you get 90 minutes of knowledge and no line to get in!|
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Hôtel Salé, 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
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