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Art Museum
“The Fundación Antoni Tàpies is a museum and cultural center dedicated mainly to the life and work of the Catalan painter Antoni Tàpies. One of my favorites”
36 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Declared a historical monument of national interest in 1976, Casa de les Punxes is one of the most emblematic buildings in Barcelona. Built by the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch for the Terradas family, it is located right in the heart of the modernist area of Barcelona. Opening hours: Daily, from 9am to 8pm. (last entrance 7pm). | Closed: December 25th. ”
25 locals recommend
Art Museum
“More than 2,000 m2 of gallery space showcase almost one thousand exhibits, including sarcophagi, mummies, jewellery and amulets, to give us a greater understanding of everyday life and the prevailing customs of the ancient civilisation of the Pharaohs. The Museu Egipci de Barcelona runs guided tours of its collections led by Egyptologists, which are essential in order to give visitors a greater understanding and knowledge of Egyptian culture and civilisation. In addition to the permanent collections and the temporary exhibitions, the museum also organises other activities which enable visitors to enjoy the collections in an entertaining, fun way. These activities include night-time guided tours featuring re-enactments of scenes by actors. Another of the activities is the Eternal Banquet ("Banquet Etern"), a guided tour centring on Egyptian cuisine which gives visitors the opportunity to taste products that were part of the diet of this ancient civilisation.”
10 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“ROUTE C - Palau Robert (18 minutes walk distance from home / 3 minutes walk distance from Casa Milà / La Pedrera) It's nowadays hosts an exhibition centre with three halls, a concert hall, gardens as well as the Information Centre for Catalonia, including the city's tourism bureau. ”
10 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“La ambiciosa Casa Milà fue diseñada por el genial Gaudí y es uno de los edificios más famosos del Modernismo Catalán, también conocido como Art Nouveau, de principios del siglo XX.”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“In the year 1900, Passeig de Gràcia was the most important avenue in Barcelona. It was here that iconic buildings began to spring up, and the finest theatres and cinemas, and the most exclusive shops, restaurants and cafés opened. It was also the boulevard on which the wealthiest and most ambitious members of the bourgeoisie decided to build their homes, vying with each other in a bold and exhibitionist manner by commissioning the most eminent architects of the day to undertake their projects.”
3 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Dirección: Passeig de Gràcia, 114, 08008 Barcelona Teléfono: 934 15 32 99 Horario: Abierto hoy · 17:00–20:00”
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
“A very unique gallery that filters “adult” art for children. It’s a space oriented to kids where they can have their first encounters with art as a stimulus for creativity, imagination, self-esteem, and even work ethic. It even encourages them to start their personal collections early. There’s even a tiny room where kids can play while you select the art you’ll buy for them.”
1 local recommends
Japanese Restaurant
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“Very nice very japanese restaurant run by Japanese-Catalan couple, great deal set lunch for eur12.95, euro 15.95, euro23, depending on size of lunch you order. ”
4 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Puig i Cadafalch proyectó un edificio de aspecto medieval, con elementos que recuerdan a la arquitectura gótica europea”
2 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Everyone always thinks this is one of the newest big galleries in the city, but it’s been around for over a decade now. N2 exhibits both national and international talent—both emerging and established artists—and showcases the latest trends in painting, sculpture, collage, installations, photography, and video, among other media. The gallery is located in one of the most amazing pedestrian streets in Barcelona. Take a nice slow walk around the neighborhood and discover other small galleries, too. And you shouldn’t miss L’Appartement, a cool design shop located right in front of N2.”
2 locals recommend
Art Gallery
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
“The artists exhibited here tend to be linked to political and social issues, which gives the programming an edge. You’ll always find exhibitions that are relevant to what’s happening in society. They’ve got a clear international character, and collaborate with intellectuals and professionals in the field to help keep the program fresh. The gallery represents Mounir Fatmi, who’s also from Tangier. Even though I paint and he creates visual spaces and linguistic games, I feel a certain connection with his art. His work deals with the desecration of the religious object and the end of dogmas and ideologies.”
2 locals recommend