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  • Reopening of PortAventura World

    Reopening of PortAventura World

    PortAventura World reopens its doors following strict safety measures, complying with the operational standards of the resort as well as the exceptional measures for containing Covid-19. Masks must be worn throughout the park and visitor numbers will be limited. Temperature checks will be taken at the entrance to the parks and hotels.

    You can visit PortAventura Park and Ferrari Land with one-day or two consecutive-day tickets. The PortAventura, Gold River, Mansión de Lucy and Colorado Creek hotels and their swimming pools will be open. The programme of entertainments won't begin until September and the Caribe Aquatic Park will remain closed.

    PortAventura World, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, is located just an hour away from Barcelona and is considered one of the most important theme park complexes in Europe. Its parks include Port Aventura Park, which has six themed areas and the best rides and attractions to bring you unlimited thrills, such as the Shambhala, Europe's tallest roller coaster, and Sésamo Aventura, where the little ones can enjoy countless rides and attractions and play areas. You can also visit the Ferrari Land park, dedicated to the legendary Italian motor racing team, which has more than eleven attractions.

    Enjoy unique experiences at PortAventura World, to share with the family, loved ones and friends in safe surroundings.

  • Reopening of Gaudí’s TorreBellesguard

    Reopening of Gaudí’s TorreBellesguard

    The modernista castle Gaudí built at the foot of Tibidabo, between 1900 and 1909, was one of the first landmarks to reopen to the public on 9th June. All the established safety measures are in place, including temperature checks, sanitiser gel dispensers, the mandatory wearing of masks and restricted visitor numbers.

    Bearing in mind that audioguides are not permitted, and the new safety measures, we have devised a new type of visit so you can enjoy the landmark at your leisure, in complete safety. The building is open at the usual times, Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 3pm. We recommend you book in advance online.

    Discover this unique Barcelona landmark, its history, its gardens and enjoy magnificent city views. It was here that the medieval monarch, Martí the Humane, the last king of the House of Barcelona, established his residence at the foot of Tibidabo in 1409. Five hundred years later, Antoni Gaudí took inspiration from the castle to design the Torre Bellesguard, with its Gothic and modernista elements.

  • The Museu de Ciències Naturals and the Botanical Gardens reopen to the public

    The Museu de Ciències Naturals and the Botanical Gardens reopen to the public

    The Botanical Gardens and the Museu de Ciències Naturals reopened with all the current safety measures in place and new, extended opening hours as well as new experiences for visitors online or in person.

    At the Museu de Ciències Naturals you can visit the temporary exhibition "Monkeys. A History of Primates" until 29th November and complete the experience with a game you can play on your mobile device, called "Freedom for Bongo!", which challenges visitors to free a primate captured by poachers. Of course, you can also visit the permanent exhibition "Planet Life" and a new show, which is particularly current, "Outbreak. Epidemics in a Connected World". It reveals the factors that favour contagion from infectious diseases, like Covid-19, to such an extent that they unleash a pandemic.

    At the Botanical Gardens on Mount Montjuïc, between the castle and Olympic Stadium, you can visit 14 hectares of gardens containing a complete collection of plants from the Mediterranean and around the world, while you enjoy magnificent views of the city.

    You can enjoy the visit with a mobile app and complement it with a treasure hunt on your mobile device called "My head is spinning", to guess which plant has poisoned a bird.

  • Dinners under the Stars at the Fabra Observatory

    Dinners under the Stars at the Fabra Observatory

    Barcelona's Fabra Observatory begins its new summer season of "Dinners under the Stars" with all the protective measures against Covid-19 in place.

    This al fresco experience is perfect for stargazers and anyone wanting to share a unique moment in good company. Every day of the week, except Monday, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy a combination of food, culture and science at this Barcelona heritage site dating back 116 years.

  • Wine tourism music and tours at the El Celleret Torres garden restaurant

    Wine tourism music and tours at the El Celleret Torres garden restaurant

    From 28th May, the Torres family's El Celleret restaurant, in Pacs del Penedès, reopens with an offer that complies with all the safety measures recommended by the health authorities.

    A culinary experience that gives you the opportunity to enjoy Mediterranean cuisine right by the vineyards in an elegant, welcoming space where you can enjoy the finest local dishes overlooking a garden of olive trees that blends into the Mas La Plana vineyards.

    In addition to al fresco lunches and dinners, El Celleret brings you a unique experience that will connect you with nature at a time of year when the vines are festooned with grapes: picnics at the Mas La Plana vineyards. There will also be live music on Saturday evenings to entertain you and complement the vineyard and winery tours. Pre-booking essential.

  • Tours and activities at the Centre d'Enoturisme Alta Alella

    Tours and activities at the Centre d'Enoturisme Alta Alella

    The Centre d'Enoturisme Alta Alella is a family-run, organic winery and wine tourism centre situated not far from Barcelona. It offers a wide range of activities and special tours that comply with all the current health and safety measures.

    The centre brings you four options to choose from:
    • #SHOPPINGlovers plan: An introduction to the winery's range of products with a tasting of three wines and/or cavas to help you choose which wines you want to buy.
    • #APERITIFlovers plan: For visitors wanting to enjoy an aperitif and snack on the winery terraces among the vines and with sea views.
    • #VISITlovers plan: A walk among the vines that will take you to the winery and cellars with a guided tasting of four wines and/or cavas.
    • #GOURMETlovers plan: A private tour and meal featuring gourmet tapas designed for an exclusive pairing with six wines and/or cavas.

    Explore the heart of the Serralada de Marina Natural Park and enjoy the essentials: nature, landscape, sea breezes and good company as you enjoy the natural, organic wines and cavas.

  • Getting around by bike

    Getting around by bike

    The bike is an original and different means of transport to discover the city. Barcelona has fully integrated cycle lanes and you can cycle through the city’s open spaces and parks. These conditions and the mild climate are ideal for this alternative means of transport. You can choose from organised routes or bicycle hire.

  • Parc de la Ciutadella

    Parc de la Ciutadella

    There are a hundred different ways to discover the Parc de la Ciutadella. You can explore the history of the former military citadel and the 1888 Universal Exhibition, or simply enjoy the surroundings and take part in one of its many cultural events. Barcelona's public park par excellence will never let you down.

  • Waterfall and lake

    A space of classical beauty in the middle of the Parc de la Ciutadella, surrounded by leafy plants typical of Europe's most romantic gardens.

  • Parc de Joan Miró

    Parc de Joan Miró

    Known locally as the "Parc de l'Escorxador", this park is a jigsaw puzzle of different elements set out around a cement plaza designed to host all kinds of events and activities.

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