Next Sunday September 11, the day the Catalans celebrate the National Day of Catalonia, there are several places in Barcelona which opened its doors free to celebrate a special day.
Although some of them can be visited usually free the first Sunday of the month, or even every Sunday from 15h, it pays to take the opportunity and enjoy free museums and architectural works.
The History Museum of Catalunya.
It will be open free from 10 AM to 7PM and also offer a free guided tour every hour
Museum of Archaeology of Catalonia
It will open its doors in the morning, from 9:30 AM to 2:30 p.m.. Located in the Montjuïc, we recommend you take the opportunity to stroll through the mountain and enjoy its many attractions and activities.
Centre Cultural El Born
The old market of El Born, recently restored as a cultural center, is one of the places you can enjoy free on Sunday September 11 on the occasion of the National Day of Catalonia.
You can also visit free…
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