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  • Open air film festival

    Open air film festival

    With the arrival of the summer the people of Barcelona enjoy movies in an original and appealing way. The sessions of "Cinema a la fresca" (Outdoor movie) in the Castell de Montjuïc (Montjuïc's Castle) are already a classic of this city. They give people the opportunity to watch important and outstanding movies of the international movie scene from comfortable reclining chairs and to enjoy live music during the picnic prior to the showings. For five weeks, every Wednesday and Friday, the Sala Montjuïc offers a selection of movies in original version with subtitles. This year the selection includes titles such as, ...

  • The Eternal Banquet, Food in Ancient Egypt

    The Eternal Banquet, Food in Ancient Egypt

    Travel back to another era on a thematic tour of the galleries of Barcelona's Museu Egipci while you discover the secrets of the culinary art of Ancient Egypt. Afterwards, on the terrace, let your senses be enraptured by the incense and music, and delight your palate with a tasting of foods from the time of the Pharaohs.

  • Cinema lliure a la Platja

    Cinema lliure a la Platja

    This year Free Movies on the Beach is back. This is a free event held on San Sebasità beach, which if you miss it is like spending the summer away from the sea.
    Six sessions in which original version movies will be projected, which have been shown at movie theaters and festivals of Catalonia.
    A free showcase which aims to bring to the beach movies outside the commercial circuit, with the intention of eliminating the cliché that independent movies are only for theorists and critics.

    Don't forget your beach towel!

  • European Balloon Festival

    European Balloon Festival

    The European Balloon Festival in Igualada is the biggest gathering of hot air balloons in Spain (this year is the 22nd edition) and welcomes around 25,000 visitors over four days at the start of July. It's a meeting point, a competition and a festival in one, with more than 50 balloons taking to the air. Competitive flights take place early in the morning and at dusk, when conditions are ideal, and if you want a taste of the high life, balloon rides can be booked in advance.

    But there's plenty to enjoy from ground level, whether it's the different skill challenges in the competition, live music, kids' activities and workshops, or the magical Night Glow event, in which balloons are fired up but don't take off, glowing like lanterns and accompanied by a fireworks display.

  • MOOG Club

    MOOG Club

    Moog is a little club that, back in 1996, opted to differentiate itself from the prevalent mass market version of techno and go for a small underground format. Since then, the best international DJs have passed through here. The turntables and electronic rhythms are currently in the hands of Dj Loe and electronic music fans can enjoy a large number of proposals and a high-level musical program. Resident DJs Olmos, Gus Van Sound, Rubén Seoane, Uroz, David Lost and 6tma are in charge of ensuring the dance floor is always full.

  • Medieval dinner and show in Palau Requesens.

    Medieval dinner and show in Palau Requesens.

    Join our historians for a tour of Palau Requesens (14th C.), who will explain the fascinating life of Isabel de Requesens, the Vice-Reine of Naples, and everything they know about the Palace. For the first time the watchtower and the terrace will be open to visitors, with views over the whole Gothic Quarter.
    The evening begins in the Palace courtyard with a welcome glass of cava followed by a guided tour of the building,
    A dinner of medieval inspiration, served in the Tinellet room to the sounds of soft medieval music, will make you feel like an honored guest of the Vice-Reine.
    After dinner, the show recreates the kind of medieval entertainment that Isabel de Requesens might have offered to her most illustrious guests.

    An unmissable experience!

  • Summer nights at Caixafòrum

    Summer nights at Caixafòrum

    On Wednesdey evenings in summer, enjoy performing arts, plastic arts, dance, concerts and a lot more. An essential event for all music and culture enthusiasts, every Wednesday to enjoy the most stimulating creators of today's scene.

  • Dinner with stars at Observatori Fabra

    Dinner with stars at Observatori Fabra

    Similarly to other summers, gastronomy and the stars once again take the leading role at the Fabra Observatory. An original suggestion that combines scientific dissemination and astronomic observation with gastronomy, at one of the most privileged viewpoints of the city of Barcelona.

    After enjoying a menu designed by Miquel Guimerà, executive chef of Paradís Gourmet, a scientific dissemination conference will be given lasting around 30 minutes, to reveal the mysteries of the universe.

    The evening ends with a visit to the museum, through the Noucentist room and the telescope, to the large dome, which preserves original elements. From the dome you will be able to observe distant constellations, stars and a large part of the solar system, with a telescope from 1904. This is one of the largest and oldest telescopes still in use in Europe.

  • Santa Maria del Mar at dusk

    Santa Maria del Mar at dusk

    An exclusive visit for small groups means that you can wander through one of the most special churches of the city practically on your own. The galleries, the crypt and the neoclassic chapel that normally cannot be visited, are included in this visit. The silence, the monumental lighting and the vastness of the building make it a unique experience.

    Access to the terraces through the towers gives you a new perspective of the building and enables visitors to come closer than ever to the rose window, the picture windows, the buttresses and the gargoyles. From different levels of the roofs, you can see the narrow alleys of the Born, the main buildings of Ciutat Vella and an impressive 360º panorama view over Barcelona at twilight.

    This is an intimate, extensive tour, about an hour and a half long, to peacefully wander through all the different parts, and at the same time, delve into the history, learning about anecdotes and historical events of the most emblematic building of Catalan Gothic style until today.

  • Llum BCN 2018

    Llum BCN 2018

    Running since 2012, Llum BCN is a festival of light that aims to counter the darkness of winter with the splendour of light (llum means 'light' in Catalan) reflected on some of the city's most beautiful buildings and spaces. This year the Llum BCN festival has not only doubled in size, it's also moved to a new home: Poblenou, a district currently immersed in an intense process of transformation.

    Over a dozen well-known Spanish and international artists have created installations that bring transformation by using light in six of the most emblematic locations in Poblenou; this year's guest artist is the Canadian Monique Saboya, who brings a selection of immersive art projects. At the same time, to demonstrate the city's emergent creativity and talent, students from 14 Architecture, Art and Design schools have prepared special artworks based on the creative use of illumination. Both series can be seen by following an easy-to-walk itinerary around the district.

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