Visit City Council building of Barcelona

October 24, 2008 at 9:44 pm 1 comment

If you want to see all the rooms of the City council building of Barcelona, you can participate in some of the commented visits free, that take place every Sunday.
Every Sunday in the morning of 10,00 to 13,30 hours the building of the City council of Barcelona open the doors. In this sense, you can visit the rooms like the ‘Saló de Cent’, or the ‘Saló of Reina Regent’.
In case of wanting to visit the building of individual form, to the entrance an informative pamphlet will be given. On the other hand, also the option exists to make the visits in group: every 30 minutes in charge of three guides licensed in history, and the language of the explanations of the visit can be chosen (Catalan, Castilian, French and English).
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  • 1. laura  |  October 5, 2010 at 9:11 am

    in the same square, there are the city hall and the catalan government buildings, both can be visited and particularly i’m not fond of that but my friends insisted to visit them, and in general, it is not really worth it, may be because i dont like this kind of things but in my opinion there are few interesting things to discover, can i recommend this page http://www.world-rt.com/ to other travelers because there are lot of local info about barcelona, like this site it is very useful to plan our vacation

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