• 26/11/2018

Teatre Lliure de Gràcia

The Teatre Lliure de Gràcia, built in 1976, is a theatre in Barcelona and it’s considered one of the most prestigious in Spain. Created by a group of professionals from Barcelona’s independent theatre, it stood out for its commitment to theatre in Catalan, the re-reading of the classics and its commitment to contemporary theatre.

  • 17/11/2018

Casa Vicens is Antoni Gaudí’s first great commission

In 1883, Manel Vicens i Montaner, a stock broker-dealer, entrusts the young architect Gaudí with the project of his summer residence in the old village of Gràcia. It’s his first masterpiece and one of the first buildings that inaugurate Modernism in Catalonia and Europe.

  • 12/11/2018

Plaça de Sant Felip Neri, pure history in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter

The Plaça de Sant Felip Neri is a unique square in Barcelona, named after the Baroque church of the same name that presides over it. It’s located in the Gothic Quarter, in the district of Ciutat Vella, and more specifically in the neighbourhood of Call and Sant Felip Neri. If you pay attention, you can see the holes made by shrapnel from an air bomb the national side threw during the Spanish Civil War.

  • 09/11/2018

The Maritime Museum of Barcelona, a European benchmark

The Maritime Museum of Barcelona is located in the building of the Royal Shipyard of Barcelona, a historical site since between the 13th and 18th centuries, it was used to build ships and its existence has been documented since 1243.

  • 09/10/2018

Olympic Ring of Montjuïc, memories of 1992

Barcelona became the sports capital for international media for a few days when it held the 1992 Olympic Games and the central point was the Olympic Ring of Montjuïc; 400 historical hectares that are still a popular attraction today.