A Midsummer Night’s Dream could be title of this post, but William Shakespeare has already used it, so we won’t paraphrase.
There are many things to do and visit in Barcelona during the day. Gaudí buildings, La Rambla, 5km of beaches, the new architecture at Diagonal Mar and Forum, Camp Nou and the FCBarcelona museum,…
But what happens when the Sun is down? Don’t let the Moon fool you: Barcelona still has many things to offer !
Can you imagine being able to enjoy the best films ever on board ship? Well, once again, Barcelona harbour is offering you the chance. With “Cinemar” you can recall the first pictures produced by the seventh art, as well as the comic gems of silent cinema, while enjoying the Barcelona coastline.
Cinema at Sala Montjuïc
Sala Montjuïc is the name used to identify the dry moat of Montjuïc Castle during summer nights. Outdoors cinema on a fantastic location with Barcelona as background.
Montjuïc Magic Fountain
Probably the best-known show of Barcelona nights. A combination of music, light and water.
Urban nights by the City History Museum
From a visit to a Civil War air-raid shelter to a night of poetic astronomy. These are two of a dozen ideas on the museum nights.
More inf@: Barcelona Website