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  • Flamenco at el Tablao de Carmen

    Flamenco at el Tablao de Carmen

    Ideal for an evening out with your family, partner or friends, the Tablao de Carmen is performing a pure, authentic flamenco show every evening, with a line-up of eight artists: four "bailaor" flamenco dancers", two guitarists and two "cantaor" flamenco singers.

    An iconic place of Barcelona, located in the Andalucian quarter of the Poble Espanyol in Montjuïc. Since it was opened in 1988, it is considered the mecca of Flamenco in Barcelona. It was created in tribute to the legendary "bailaora", Carmen Amaya, who was a close friend of the family who owned it.

    An intimate space, decorated in the style of an Andalucian corral, so you can mingle with artists and enjoy a drink around a table, with some tapas or a traditional supper during the show.

    Performances canceled until further notice.

  • Opera and Flamenco at Palau Dalmases

    Opera and Flamenco at Palau Dalmases

    In the incomparable setting of a baroque palace you will enjoy a flamenco show like you've never imagined: an hour of extreme intensity where cante flamenco and flamenco dance are combined with cajón and flamenco guitar.

    "Duende", magic, passion, art… So many words to describe a feeling, a way of life, a way of feeling. In Tablao Dalmases you will find authentic flamenco, artist with an incredible background that will make you feel flamenco in Barcelona like you've never experienced before.

    If you're an opera fan, you will be surprised by the arias and the opera set by Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi or Tchaikowsky that the Petita Companya Lírica de Barcelona performs every Thursday. They interprets arias and opera set, with the staging of the action between the audience and a brief previous presentation, to situate everyone in the story.

    Concerts canceled until further notice.

  • 48h Open House Barcelona

    48h Open House Barcelona

    This is the main architectural event in Barcelona, a weekend in October where over 200 buildings of every shape and size open their doors to the general public. It is an initiative of the 48h Open House Barcelona association, which began in London in 1992. From then on, the concept of an 'Open House' has been implemented around the world: New York, Dublin, Galway, Tel Aviv and, since 2010, Barcelona, have their own week dedicated to local architecture. 'Open House' offers the opportunity to understand and experience architecture in a unique way, through an architectonic experience.

    The program invites everyone to explore and understand the value of a well-constructed and designed space. In the last few years, this event in Barcelona has expanded to include cities and villages from the metropolitan area and the Maresme Coast, and on the roster of buildings to visit we will come across churches, schools, sports centers, apartment blocks, libraries and restaurants.

  • Wine of the Week at Mirador de Colom

    Wine of the Week at Mirador de Colom

    Every week the Wine Tourism Information Point and Mirador de Colom Wines recommend a different wine. Visit the Mirador +wine or cava tasting, plus a second tasting of the Wine of the Week. If you like the wine, you can purchase it at a discount. Don't miss this unique experience: A journey through the true flavors of the territory from the city center!

    Activity canceled until further notice.

  • Reopening of the basilica of the Sagrada Família

    Reopening of the basilica of the Sagrada Família

    The basilica of the Sagrada Família will be reopening on 4th July adhering to current health and safety guidelines. During the initial reopening phases, which will last until the end of the year, the basilica will only be open at weekends and admission will be restricted to key workers, carers and Barcelona residents.

    Visits will recommence in a phased manner as follows:
    Tribute phase: weekends from 4th to 12th July, for key workers and carers who have played such a vital role during lockdown. Maximum of 12,000 free visits expected.
    Barcelona residents phase: weekends, from 18th July until the end of 2020, for everyone on the Barcelona census and electoral roll (ID must be shown). Maximum of 125,000 free visits expected.
    Opening to tourists phase: to be determined, depending on the numbers of tourists from Spain and abroad visiting the city.
    There will be website which Barcelona residents can use to book their free ticket (from 16th June). The ticket will include a handy QR code which you can scan to listen to the audioguide from your mobile device.

    Take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the experience of admiring Gaudí's Sagrada Família at your own pace without the usual crowds. Don't miss out on visiting it!

  • La Casa de les Punxes from home

    La Casa de les Punxes from home

    Through twitter, Casa de les Punxes proposes #WeStayAtLaCasaDeLesPunxes, an initiative that allows you to learn more about the history and decoration of this emblematic building by Puig i Cadafalch in successive information clips.

  • Catalonia in Miniature: big on little details

    Catalonia in Miniature: big on little details

    With lots of photos that enable you to visit the site from different angles, every day the Facebook page of Catalunya en Miniatura supplies you with a series of stories and anecdotes about the park enabling you to discover many surprising details.

  • Monastery of Pedralbes: Go back to the 15th century

    Monastery of Pedralbes: Go back to the 15th century

    The Pedralbes Museum has made an educational game available to gaming and history enthusiasts alike. Entitled "Behind the Walls of the Monastery", it is packed with surprises. You will discover the monastery from every possible angle: stroll through the cloisters, explore fresco painting techniques in the Chapel of Saint Michael, cure a sick nun using medicinal remedies from the garden and even prepare a medieval dish in the kitchen.

  • The Casa Batlló returns with new activities for the family and live music with its 'Magical Nights'

    The Casa Batlló returns with new activities for the family and live music with its 'Magical Nights'

    Casa Batlló reopens on 1st July with innovative hygiene and safety measures in place using the latest air-purification technology, UV-light disinfection and a carefully thought-out protocol throughout the visit.

    Antoni Gaudí's building will be extending its range of activities for families and relaunching its "Magical Nights" concert season adapting it to the new situation. The new opening times will be Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm.

    Admission will be free for Spanish healthcare workers until the end of 2020 and for residents of Catalonia until 31st August. Other members of the public will be entitled to special admission prices. The visit includes a SmartGuide, which will enable visitors to enjoy a real immersive, augmented-reality adventure. The visit is also adapted for children and features free admission and special discounts for them plus a new courtyard terrace with a bar.


    The Casa Batlló will also be hosting a new season of its "Magical Nights", that have accompanied summer evenings for the past decade with live music on its rooftop. The season returns with two daily concerts at 6pm and a new layout of the space, with tables for audience members, an expanded bar service and all the necessary measures in place to guarantee a safe experience.



    Take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the cultural, artistic and sensory experiences Gaudí's magnificent landmark has to offer.

  • Breathe in the air and steep yourself in art nouveau at Sant Pau



    Breathe in the air and steep yourself in art nouveau at Sant Pau



    The Sant Pau art nouveau site reopens on 26th June. The specifications of the complex fully comply with the current safety measures.

    The former Santa Creu i Sant Pau hospital is one of the world's biggest art nouveau sites and was designed by Domènech i Montaner as a small garden city made up of separate pavilions and set among areas where patients could recuperate and green spaces. During your visit, you'll be able to explore 1 km of underground galleries, four historic buildings now open to the public, exhibition spaces and more than 18,000 m2 of gardens.

    Timed tickets will be on sale and feature discounts and free deals for health workers and the unwaged. The new opening times are Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sunday and public holidays from 10am to 2.30pm. The audioguide service has been temporarily discontinued but you can download the content as a mobile app.


    
There will be an admission charge on the first Sunday of the month (as part of the 'Solidarity Sundays' initiative) – except for the over 65s and under 12s – to raise funds for projects associated with COVID-19.


    
Now's the time to enjoy one of Barcelona's most magical spaces!

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