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  • Sala Montjuïc 2021

    Sala Montjuïc 2021

    After several succesful seasons and having obtained a faithful and stable audience, it is time for the new season of Sala Montjuïc. This open-air cinema has already become a classic for summer evenings in Barcelona and continues to take place in the emblematic Montjuïc Castle.

    Live music to make the evening more enjoyable, short films and films from all over the world fill the publicity board of this unique cinema which has managed to a space for itself within the city’s summer cultural programme. Because of the quality and variety of its programme, because of its accessible price, because of the magic of the location and because Sala Montjuïc is not just a cinema, it is a lovely place for meeting and social coexistence.

  • The Cemeteries Route

    The Cemeteries Route

    The Cemetery Route is an activity that reminds us that Barcelona is not just a city, but many cities, a journey into the past and the present in which we find historical, popular and adventure characters, wealth, poverty, love and death.

    Poblenou Cemetery Route
    The Poblenou Cemetery Route is a journey to nineteenth-century Barcelona through the different pantheons and the characters of the most interesting, historical and cultural burials. A brief but fantastic and evocative reconstruction of a hundred years of history through 30 tombs, most of them, in neoclassical style.

    Montjuïc Cemetery Route
    The Montjuïc Cemetery Route is focused chronologically between the years 1883 and 1936. The route includes 37 graves and is conceived as a sample of the rich heritage of the cemetery. It combines graves of artistic interest with graves of historical interest, all of them included in the two main routes.

    Route of the Fossar de la Pedrera of the Montjuïc Cemetery
    The Ruta del Fossar is a memorial space with the mortal remains of the victims of Franco's repression and bombing, as well as a good number of people who were shot dead in Barcelona during the post-war period. It was reopened in 1985 as an architectural ensemble of great historical interest, where, among other monuments, are the tomb of President Lluís Companys.

  • CosmoNits de Pellícula at CosmoCaixa

    CosmoNits de Pellícula at CosmoCaixa

    CosmoCaixa's CosmoNits bring back the best sci-fi movies and the best live music to the city. A wide range of science fiction films for all audiences that will make you enjoy these summer nights in Barcelona.

  • DrapArt Market

    DrapArt Market

    The Mercat Drap-Art is an artistic recycling and sustainable consumption market, held at Plaça Reial every Saturday from April to June.
    All types of articles can be found, made with recycled materials: small steam boats made with cans, bracelets, pendants and rings made of forks, coffee capsule costume jewelry, bags made with bike tires, decorative vinyl record articles, robots and lamps of containers, earrings of analog camera films.
    With the markets, Drap-Art suports a green economy, which allows artists, designers and craftsmen to live, looking for a way to make a living in tune with their ethics and that allows them to put their grain of sand towards creating a better world.

  • Sant Fèlix Day in Vilafranca

    Sant Fèlix Day in Vilafranca

    Of all the memorable Catalan traditions, which include 'fire runs' and dancing 'giants', it's arguably the human towers that have the most impact on those watching them. To enjoy a true festival of these castells, head to Vilafranca de Penedès for its annual festa major, from the 29th August to the 2nd September, which commemorates the town's patron Sant Fèlix.

    The casteller groups that have more participated in the San Félix Day, August 30, have been els Xiquets de Valls (currently, the Colla Vella and the Colla Joves), the Castellers de Vilafranca and the Minyons de Terrassa. Even so, also has participated els Nens del Vendrell, Colla Jove Xiquets de Tarragona, els Xicots de Vilafranca, among others. Each human tower is an exemplary example of team work, from the crowd forming the supporting pinya at the bottom via the columns formed as each level rises and culminating with the youngest members of the crew scampering right to the very top to crown the construction, which is officially completed once the smallest of all (l'enxaneta) raises his or her hand. Cue thunderous applause.

  • Saló Nàutic Internacional de Barcelona

    Saló Nàutic Internacional de Barcelona

    Prepare to set sail. Well, to at least imagine yourself setting sail on one of the magnificent vessels on display at this year's Barcelona Boat Show. This edition sees the city's Port Vell fill up with the latest yachts, speedboats and catamarans for potential buyers to peruse, and the interested to ogle.

    All the principal makers of sporting and leisure boats are represented, with hundreds of gleaming crafts on show, alongside numerous stands where you can try the latest technological advances in the sector along with the newest must-have accessories and equipment.

  • Mercat de Mercats

    Mercat de Mercats

    The Gastronomy Festival par excellence is celebrating this year a new edition. A major festival of food products and gastronomy, which takes place on the Avenida de la Catedral, is a unique event for enjoying talks, presentations, cooking shows and tastings by professionals and journalists in the world of gastronomy. These are three days in which to discover and enjoy local tapas and dishes prepared by chefs from some of the best restaurants in Catalonia.

  • 98th Jean Bouin

    98th Jean Bouin

    Feel the asphalt beneath your feet and relish the sense of achievement of crossing the finishing line and maybe even beating your personal best by taking part in one of Barcelona's most prestigious sporting challenges.

    With 97 editions under its belt, the Jean Bouin (named after the eponymous French long-distance runner who took part in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics and beat various world records; he was killed in the First World War) has earned the honour of becoming the oldest running race in Barcelona.

    The event, which is deeply rooted in the city's sporting culture, attracts all kinds of top-level runners every year, with over 11,000 people taking part in the two Open events (5km and 10km) and 2,000 entrants in the youth categories. The Jean Bouin is organised by Mundo Deportivo, Spain's oldest sports newspaper and one that belongs to the Grupo Godó, Catalonia's leading communications group.

  • Evening under the stars at the Família Torres wine cellars

    Evening under the stars at the Família Torres wine cellars

    Enjoy a magical evening, in a setting where wine, astronomy, gastronomy and music awaken the senses.
    A stroll through the Penedès landscape, a supper with the best wines of the Torres Family, accompanied by live music and observing the stars.

  • Summer concerts at Sant Pau Recinte Modernista

    Summer concerts at Sant Pau Recinte Modernista

    The gardens of Sant Pau Recinte Modernista will be hosting the Candlelight Open Air Cicle in its Summer Concerts nights. Enjoy your summer evenings with international artists such as Ludovico Einaudi, Piotr Ilitx Txaikovski, and much more.

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