You’re planning a visit to Barcelona in July? Let me suggest a couple of interesting exhibitions:
Exhibitions opening in July 2018
The Grec Festival begins at the end of June and lasts until August. The Grec offers a wide variety of cultural events, starting with theater and covering everything from dance to cinema events – all of which are outdoors. Click here to check out the detailed program: http://lameva.barcelona.cat/grec/en
Large Barcelonian breweries regularly offer tapas tours. What exactly does that mean, you ask? Well, you go to a participating bar and get a beer and a tapa for 2.50 Euro. This gives the restaurant a way to advertise for itself, and you can walk from one spot to the next and see which tapa you like best! Tip: Every now and then, I recommend getting a “Clara” (known as a “shandy” or “Radler” in various parts of Europe, a mixture of beer and Sprite) – otherwise, you might get pretty tipsy while out and about. Participating restaurants put up a sign at the front door, and they also like to hand out maps of the city showing all the participating restaurants – including pictures of the tapa offered by each restaurant When: the exact date is to be determined Please note: This is not a guided tour!