The 48 h Open House Bcn Festival is back with itineraries designed to help you explore Barcelona’s iconic spaces and its architectural fabric.
Architecture is one of Barcelona’s artistic treasures and 48 h Open House Barcelona –an experience that first emerged in London in the 1990s that been on the agenda in Barcelona for eight years now, aims to show residents and visitors that there’s more to the city’s architectural heritage than Gaudí. The format is a week of open days at iconic buildings, from 21 to 22 October, for people who want to follow itineraries on foot or by bicycle.
So many buildings are taking part in the project that visiting all of them is probably an unrealistic goal. The best thing to do is take a map and design the route that suits you best. At the door of each of the participating buildings there will be a group of volunteers to give directions and information. Among the landmarks taking part are Antiga Fàbrica Casamora (site of the current day CaixaFòrum), Antiga Fàbrica Damm, Arc de Triomf, Avinguda de la Llum and Palau de Can Boixeres in Hospitalet.
Additional information is available at the following link.
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