The Tower is offering evening guided tours accompanied by open-air concerts up until the 13th of September
This summer, Antoni Gaudí’s Torre Bellesguard, in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district, is hosting Gaudí Nights, a series of open air concerts in the tower gardens. From Wednesday to Saturday up until the 13th of September, the Bellesguard is offering the possibility of enjoying a short exterior guided visit to the tower, a glass of cava and a series of concerts of varying musical styles, depending on the night in question. Wednesday is blues night, Thursday is for jazz, Friday for guitar music and Saturday, classical music.
Performers will include the likes of Nísper Break Band, Suitcase Brothers, Matthew Simon & Mitchell Duo, Irene Reig & Rai Paz, Jacob Lenson and Iulian Gogu & Olga Mensenin.
Torre Bellesguard is a cultural heritage building and one of the most fascinating and least known of Gaudí’s works – a half-Modernist, half-Gothic castle that pays tribute to the Palace of King Martin I The Humane, Barcelona’s last King of Casal, who lived out the final years of his life in Bellesguard.
Gaudí Evenings begin at 7.30 pm and take place every Wednesday to Saturday in the Torre Bellesguard up until the 13th of September. Tickets are priced at 19 euros and may be purchased here.
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