Gaudí’s works in Barcelona open their doors digitally on June 25


Antoni Gaudí was born On June 25 (1852) and this date that is always important to celebrate (can you imagine Barcelona without Gaudí??… we will not, clearly). On the occasion of this date, the vast majority of architectural works designed by the Catalan genius have decided to do an small tribute to him.

Taking advantage of new technologies, different Gaudinian buildings will broadcast live on Facebook so that users can get to know them.

An original way to discover places like Park Güell, Casa Vicens, Torre Bellesguard, La Pedrera or Casa Batlló, among many other places.

Schedule of transmissions

10:00 AM – Gaudí Centre (Reus, Tarragona) Reus Promoció
11:00 AM – Nau Gaudí (Mataró, Barcelona) Col·lecció Bassat. Nau Gaudí. Mataró
12:00 PM – Casa Vicens (Barcelona) Casa Vicens Gaudí
1 PM – El Capricho (Comillas, Santander) El Capricho de Gaudí
1.30 PM – Palacio Episcopal (Astorga, León) Palacio Episcopal de Astorga
2 PM – Casa Botines (León) Museo Gaudí Casa Botines
2.30 PM – Torre Bellesguard (Barcelona)
3 PM – Park Güell (Barcelona) Park Güell
3.30 PM – Casa Batlló (Barcelona) Casa Batlló – Gaudí Barcelona
4 PM – Casa Milà (Barcelona) La Pedrera-Casa Milà
4.30PM- Cripta Gaudí de la Colònia Güell (La Colònia Güell, Barcelona) Cripta Gaudí de la Colonia Güell
5 PM- Gaudí Exhibition Center (Barcelona) @thegaudiexhibitioncenter
5.30 PM – Gaudí Experiència (Barcelona) Gaudí Experiència

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