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One of the most visited museums in Catalonia in the grandiose stadium of Camp Nou is dedicated to the history of the legendary FC Barcelona . The first exhibits appeared here in 1984. Since then, the museum funds have been significantly enlarged, and the exposition has been modernized – audiovisual touch screens, 3D panels and interactive glass walls were installed, which show newsreel footage, historical matches and photographs. In one of the halls are collected trophies of the team – numerous cups and awards, as well as sets of the old form of players “Barca”. Here you can see the gold boots Messi, the ball in 1958 and a t-shirt Diego Maradona. Visit to the museum is usually combined with a walk in the football arena itself. The Camp Nou accommodates almost a hundred thousand spectators and is the largest stadium in Europe. The tour of the arena usually includes visits to the locker rooms of players, the coaching area and the hall for press conferences, as well as spectator stands, a commentary box and even a chapel chapel, where players pray before the game. Entrance: 23 EUR, for children from 6 to 13 years – 18 EUR, children under […]
A statue of a giant cat weighing 2 tons, a length of 7 meters and a height of two and a half meters appeared in the capital of Catalonia in 1987. Its author is the world-famous painter and sculptor Fernando Botero. The “broiler” cat is made of bronze in the characteristic Botero style – fleshy sides, heavy paws, but not without grace: despite the size, the look is very streamlined. However, not to notice it, “sneaking” on the street La Rambla del Raval in the center of Barcelona , as you know, it will be quite difficult. After the municipality of Barcelona bought the “Cat Botero”, as this sculpture is often called, it could not take a long time to settle down in the city and moved from place to place for four times. Since 2004, he finally found a refuge in the central Barcelona quarter of Rambla and to change the “residence permit”, judging by his determined mind, no longer intends. Just like the Bull on Wall Street, some parts of the cat’s body are very popular with tourists. To this, they are being pushed by locals who persistently harry bikes, that if you do not rub something, you […]
Barcelona occupies a special position in Spain, and this is also reflected in its theaters. So, it is in Barcelona is one of the most prestigious and serious theaters in the country – Teatre Lliure. Teatre Lliure means “Free Theater”, this theater, in accordance with the name, is completely independent and is founded by an independent group of actors. The theater is young – it was created only in 1987, but many old institutions can envy its fame. The theater is organized as a private organization, it is run by a private foundation. This gives him the opportunity to choose the very, very best of all that the modern Spanish (and not only) scene can offer. On his stage the best actors of the country perform in the most diverse plays. They put everything here – from the avant-garde to the most stern theatrical classics. True, in the performance of this troupe the classic is periodically obtained quite far from the original, but so, perhaps, even more interesting. Also this theater is the residence of one of the most famous ballet companies in the country, specializing in modern dance. The troupe is purely scenic, the opera is not staged here. […]
In a trendy area of Barcelona called El Born, near the Picasso Museum, there is a young modern art museum that opened the doors in 2011. Here are collected extravagant and provocative works in the style of figurative art of contemporary artists and sculptors. The subjects of paintings and sculptures are devoted to the problem of racism (“Generation 86” Jordi Diaz), the topic of abortion (“Metamorphosis with the theft of my son” Kike Mean) and the media (“Family Portrait” Jorge Gallego). The building in which the museum is located is an architectural monument of Barcelona – it is an ancient palace of the XVIII century, designed by the architect Juan Garrido in the style of neoclassicism. In the museum you can not only attend exhibitions, but also visit live music concerts (jazz, blues, swing and classics) that take place on Fridays and Saturdays in the ballroom with 10-meter ceilings. Entrance fee – 7 euros
The palace of Guell is the only creation of Gaudí in the Old Town. Built in 1880 for a patron and the most faithful client of the architect of textile tycoon Eusebi Güell, the mansion combines several styles: modern, gothic and Islamic motifs. As in all the creations of Gaudi, in the palace of Güell, it is worth paying attention to the maestro’s favorite techniques – “soft” carved wooden ceilings, fireplaces, “flowing” elements of iron, colored stained glass and mirrors. The roof is traditionally crowned with bizarre chimneys, which can be seen only from the street – in connection with the reconstruction, access is only available in the mezzanine and on the first floor of the building.
Sagrada Familia. Full name: The Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family (cat. Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, sometimes inaccurately called the Sagrada Familia) – a church in Barcelona , in the Eixample district, built on private donations since 1882, the famous project of Antonio Gaudi . The architectural narrative of this author extends the chain of contributions to the construction from his followers to our contemporaries. It breathes the echo of the past, keeping within its walls the memories of past historical events, and sounds in unison with today’s 21st century. The Sagrada Familia is a truly unique architectural phenomenon, it is a bridge that connected generations and epochs and presented an exceptional opportunity not only to touch history, but also to join its creation. Throughout one and a half centuries the construction is being built, growing, changing. The unusual appearance of the temple made it one of the main attractions of Barcelona. History of construction Beginning and continuing exclusively on private donations, construction is conducted on a site not belonging to the Church, and is not supervised by the episcopate. 1882-1926 years The idea of creating an expiatory temple dedicated to the Holy Family originated in 1874 and, […]
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In Sunset St. you will find a Spiritual and different place in Salou .You will enjoy food from diferent places of the world, we have Handmade Pizzas, Tapas, Season Salads and more… Relax in our terrace with good music, refreshings natural juices, milkshakes or why not, with Coctails.Sunset St. is the only Tea Place in Salou, we have a menu with 40 different flavors. We also served breakfast and half day meals.Come to Sunset!
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Luxury private house, which is located in the elite quiet zone of Salou. The house is surrounded by a green area with a private pool and consists of three floors: parking for 4 cars, 1 st and 2 nd floor. The distance from the house to the beach is about 800m. Shops, restaurants and cafes are within walking distance. Our house is fully prepared for a wonderful holiday by the sea. The space The building of the luxury-class was built in 2007,with the usege of the best modern materials.The house is tree-stride and is calculated for 10-11 persons. The hall is of 45 meters with the second light and the height of the ceilings is from 3 to 6 metres. The upper floor has 4 bed-rooms with balconies,three bath-rooms. The second floor has a big kitchen,cosy fire-place and a big bed-room is also located there. You can enjoy a nice view from the terrace of the second floor. The ground floor has a shower and dzacuzy ,a parking lot for four cars and a gym. The territory stroud the house is green with nice swimming-pools. The house is furnished with designer furniture and all the bath-rooms are equipped with Villeroy […]
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Once the port in Los Cristianos had an important commercial significance. Today, this is a busy place where fishing boats are more of an entourage. Boats and ferries regularly board the harbor, which transport tourists along with rented cars to the neighboring islands of the archipelago (for example, to the island of Homer). Here you can rent a cruise yacht, buy a ticket for a sightseeing boat with a glass bottom, take a look at the crabs sunbathing on the rocks and simply dine at one of the local restaurants specializing in seafood. At night, the harbor lights up, cafe and bars keep alive music, flamenco rhythms sound, and guests are entertained by animators.
This place is called “Canary Venice ”, as the tunnels connecting the harbor with the fishing port are made in the manner of canals. Their sidewalks are full of numerous bars and restaurants, and all the houses in the town are not higher than two floors – in the end you get an insanely cozy landscape. On Fridays, a market operates in Puerto de Mogan, for which tourists and locals from all over the island come to the town. Basically, everything is bought with fresh fish.