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  • Llum BCN Poblenou 2020

    Llum BCN Poblenou 2020

    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 takes place again at the Poblenou neighbourhood, a district currently immersed in an intense process of transformation.

    The citizens of Barcelona will soon be able to discover the force that light has to transform public spaces through artistic installations, projections and mappings by national and international artists. And as a demonstration of Barcelona’s emerging talent, students from 14 of the city’s colleges of art, lighting, design and architecture are using nothing else but light to present their intervention projects in the space. Overall, it provides us with a reflection on art, society and new technologies - in short, contemporary life. Don't miss it!

  • Agenda

    Agenda

    It's impossible to get bored in Barcelona: the best concerts, exhibitions and events related to art, culture and leisure await you, week after week. Here are some of the main ones. Don't miss anything this constantly moving city has to offer.

  • Nightlife

    Nightlife

    Barcelona never sleeps. The city has set the benchmark for the international electronic music scene and dances to the sounds of the world's top DJs. It's also the perfect place for lovers of jazz, rock, Latin rhythms and pop.

  • El Raval

    El Raval

    The word Raval, which comes from the Arabic Rabad, means neighbourhood or district. Once home to a cluster of convents and hospitals in Barcelona, the Raval has become a multicultural mosaic where the mix of modernity and the past of the former Barrio Chino, have made it a pole of attraction for people from all over the world.

  • "Gaixample"

    LGTBI tourism has been out of the closet for a long time in Barcelona. Tourists can enjoy a wide range of leisure and cultural attractions in an atmosphere of tolerance and freedom.

  • El Poble Espanyol

    El Poble Espanyol

    An open-air museum comprising full-scale replicas of 117 buildings from different parts of Spain.

  • Port Olímpic

    Port Olímpic

    Barcelona's Olympic Marina has become one of the city's most popular leisure areas. Water sports, the beaches and countless restaurants serving seafood cuisine are just some of the attractions in this, the most Mediterranean part of Barcelona.

  • A day in Barcelona

    A day in Barcelona

    Capturing the essence of Barcelona in just one day is rather a tall order, but your efforts will be amply rewarded. Guaranteed!

  • Passeig del Born

    Passeig del Born

    A charming avenue that has adapted to new times without turning its back on its past.

  • Plaça Reial

    Plaça Reial

    This square is so beautiful, it's no wonder it was named "royal" (reial Catalan for royal). The elegant ambiance of the Plaça Reial is accentuated by the fountain, streetlamps and palm trees, and it is one of Barcelona's busiest, most vibrant spots, particularly at night. This is Barcelona's best-loved porticoed square.

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