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Top recommendations from locals

Movie Theatre
“A government-funded theater that does a fantastic job celebrating Spain’s film culture. They program full seasons from the country’s best auteurs. A good place to go revisit classics on the big screen and discover obscure independent filmmakers. The Filmoteca also has a wonderful library of film-related books, videos, and magazines.”
  • 61 locals recommend
Library
“Bar restaurant hidden in the gardens of the Biblioteca de Catalunya, nice place to have a drink or snack while you discover El Raval”
  • 24 locals recommend
Library
“Just to visit the building is already worth the visit. Gothic art, beautiful cloister where you can enjoy a coffee in the interior cafeteria.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Library
“Cultural activities, information of other public cultural centers, and a lovely place to read journals with views. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Cultural Center
“You might recognize this modernist library as it’s commonly used as a backdrop for films, documentaries, and interviews with prominent cultural figures. It’s inside the Ateneu, a civil association founded in 1860 that promotes culture in the city. One of the more well-stocked libraries you’ll come across. The library is housed in the Palazzo Savassona, a manor house identified as having Cultural Interest and Historical Heritage of Spain. The library is decorated with mural paintings by Francesc Pla depicting mythological themes. The building itself is spectacular and well worth a visit.”
  • 1 local recommends
Library
“If you like to read or you're at the city for work, it might be good to make a visit to the library!”
  • 2 locals recommend
Store
  • 2 locals recommend
Library
“Biblioteca de la zona (muy recomendable y con todos los servicios: libros, Internet, revistas, películas...)”
  • 1 local recommends
Library
“This library has more than 150,000 books, ranging from monographs to art catalogs. Plus historical documents from Catalonia and Spain. In addition, it keeps a collection of art and humanities magazines, as well as rare manuscripts and pamphlets dating back to the 19th century. It’s worth coming here to see the beautiful frescoes on the walls. The library owes its name to the father of Barcelona museums, historian and art critic Joaquim Folch i Torres.”
  • 1 local recommends
Library
“This is the closest public library to the flat and only 5 mins' walk. It has free public wi-fi and is open til www.bcn.cat/bibgotic”
  • 1 local recommends