4/7 Open air cinema for Barcelona summer nights

With the arrival of summer, Barcelona citizens enjoy movies in an original and appealing way. Sala Montjuïc is the name of the popular open-air film festival that takes place under the Barcelona sky. Thousands of people meet at Montjuïc Castle, in particular at the Santa Eulàlia ditch, every year to enjoy culture in the beautiful outdoors of Barcelona.

2/7 Music, poetry and art at ‘Summer Nights’ at CaixaForum

As every summer, CaixaForum offers ‘Sumer Nights’ with concerts, theatre, poetry readings, temporary exhibitions and other activities at open air, in the hall of the museum located close to the Montjuïc Fountain, just five minutes from Plaça Espanya. ‘Summer Nights’ are every Wednesday from 8pm during months of July and August. The activities cost 3-6 Euros.

30/6 Performing Arts arrive to Barcelona by the hand of Grec Festival 2014

The Grec Festival is back in its 38th edition to become the star of Barcelona summer, with a programme of theatre, music, dance, circus and opera. The Grec Festival of Barcelona will take place throughout whole July and in various theatres and venues in the city, but is mostly located on the Monjuïc hill, is Teatre Grec, the iconic Greek Theatre in Montjuïc Mountain, one of the highest points of the city.

27/6 Take Spaciomm to your home

Take advantage of these days of vacations to free your mind in Spaciomm, the exclusive Hotel Omm’s center of relaxation and personal care. Receive personal advice and be among the firsts to join our Club thanks to the Spaciomm membership card.

25/6 FADfest design available to everyone

The FADfest is the festival of industrial design, graphic design and visual communication, architecture and interior design, fashion, art and craftsmanship. Today 25th of june open the fourth edition with the aim of bringing the design to worldwide.

20/6 Enjoy the magical night of Sant Joan in Barcelona

It’s Summer, it’s Sant Joan! The As its name describes, St. John’s Eve (La Revetlla de Sant Joan, in Catalan, or La verbena de San Juan, in Spanish) marks the eve of the celebration before Feast Day of the prophet St. John Baptist. The Catalan midsummer’s festivity is the most awaited celebration of the year. For many this night represents the most savage partying of the year, so good thing it is nearly the shortest. The tradition is to end up on the beach, dodging fire crackers and drinking, but there are more other possibilities.