Since mid-February, the Joan Miró Foundation has hosted the Beehave exhibition, a unique show composed of immersive assemblies around the world of bees and pollen insects. Now, as of March 15, this project opens up in the city with a stimulating range of actions by a dozen artists, aimed at discussing the coexistence of citizens with bees and highlighting the The environmental impact of the decline of these insects.
Every Saturday, the walls of les Drassanes are dressed in blue.
Our journey begins in the Roman Plaza Vila de Madrid where in 1954, during the construction of new houses, was discovered the Roman Burial Via.
The Festa Catalana is a regular show of popular culture and Catalan tradition that can be seen in the Gothic quarter, in order to show the wealth and vitality of popular and traditional Catalan culture to the visitors to the city.
Within the framework of the Josep Puig i Cadafalch Year, Palau Macaya proposes free guided visits to the building on the third Saturday of each month.
BruumRuum! is a project by David Torrents & artec3 in collaboration with LEDsCONTROL which presents a dialogue between citizens and public space with noise and light, in Pl. de les Glòries Catalanes.
Bodegas Torres proposes students a tour that exhibits the cellar where the Torres family’s most iconic wine, Mas de la Plana, is made. You can get a 20% off through BCU.
The Universitat de Barcelona (UB) organizes guided visits every month to its Historical Building, by Elies Rogent.
Barcelona Centre Universitari (BCU) celebrated its twentieth anniversary with an official event on October 24 in L’Harmonia building in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat.
Get to know the Torres Winery and the family history during a visit that combines two basic ingredients of the Mediterranean gastronomy – wine and cheese.