24/3/16 The classic match: Barca vs Madrid

If you plan to spend the weekend of the 2nd of April in Barcelona, ​​you cannot miss the Barça-Madrid match at Camp Nou. It is the last match between this two football teams, during the League season. However, this time, it will be held in the Catalan capital. If you are here, you should not miss it, if you are planning to visit Barcelona, ​​anticipate and book your ticket, in order to enjoy a memorable match.

23/3/16 BCN Design Tour 2016

The BCN Design Tour 2016 immerses you in the culture of contemporary Barcelona design and architecture and offers you a selection of the city´s main locations. Buildings, premises, bars and restaurants, hotels, galleries showrooms and other significant points, help you to understand why Barcelona is one of the worldwide design capitals.

23/3/16 The importance of time perception through the photography of Hiroshi Sugimoto

Simplicity, austerity, nature, depth, detachment, calm and much more in Hiroshi Sugimoto’s exhibition. The Mapfre Foundation presents, during the month of April and in “Casa Garriga”, a photo gallery that will give life to the purest Zen and minimalist style ¡Yes! We are talking about the work of one of the great masters of contemporary photography.

21/3/16 “Ramón Casas. The Modern life” in the Barcelona Modernist Museum

Although in the Catalan modernism, architecture has always been the main subject, painting is also a very important artistic perspective that has been responsible of naming and giving shape to this current that has left an important legacy in our city. Ramón Casas is one of the personalities that has been in charge of promoting the modernist portraits and paintings. Because of this, you will be able to enjoy a rich exhibition that will take place at the Barcelona Modernist Museum, from March 10th until May 8th.

18/3/16 The Roca Moo and the chef’s table

The chef´s table of the Roca Moo, the gastronomic restaurant of the Hotel Omm with a Michelin Star and advised by the Roca brothers, is a success. If you still haven’t tried it, what are you waiting for?

16/3/16 The Holy Week: processions, palms and “La Mona”

Easter is nearly here! Whether you are religious or not, the processions that take place around these dates are a perfect opportunity to walk through the streets, while giving cultural support to the processions that will take place at La Rambla, during the holidays. The tours will start on Palm Sunday, March 20, and on Holy Friday, March 25.