Over 150 buildings in Barcelona open to the public this weekend! – 48h Open House

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stand on top of the famous Arc de Triomf or visit the chambers of Barcelona Town Hall? Now you have the chance to do it during the 48h Open House event!

Arc de Triomf, Barcelona, Spain

Between 19th and 20th October over 150 buildings in Barcelona will open its doors to the public! Barcelona is one of the main European cities in terms of the architectural beauty and now you have a unique opportunity to visit its buildings for free! This event is not aimed solely at architecture buffs, but at everyone who would like to “explore and understand the value of a space, designed and well built”.

Casa de la Ciudad, Ayuntamiento de Barcelona, Barcelona Town Hall, Spain

Open House event began in London in 1992, and since then it has been introduced around the world’s major cities like New York, Tel Aviv, Melbourne and now also Barcelona.

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written by: Ania

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3 Responses to Over 150 buildings in Barcelona open to the public this weekend! – 48h Open House

  1. Awesome photos! Barcelona is my favorite place in Europe!

  2. Lucky you! Which ones are you planning to visit? When we were in Belgium we were fortunate enough to experience “Car Free Sunday” in Bruges one weekend and Brussels the following weekend. In Bruges all the city museums were free so we went to three. In Brussels the public transport was free and we used the train to travel out to the National Basilica. Then we did another free museum. It’s great for travellers to find bonuses like that.

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