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What to do this weekend in Barcelona Nov 29th and 30th

Catalonia Square ice rink

Every year at Plaça Catanlunya an ice rink is set up and open for the public to experience ice skating in the very city centre of Barcelona, something quite unique in Spain. Decorated with various Christmas lights this event is truly giving both the people, and the city a certain atmosphere telling us that Christmas is coming. If you are interested in trying some ice-skating it is just €7 for half an hour or €10 for an hour. Both prices include skates and a helmet. Note that an adult must accompany children under 12 years old. If you are interested in taking it to the next level, there will be complementary guided activities such as learning how to skate better or trying out some sports that are played on ice.

This opportunity is available from the 21/11 until the 11/1 and is located right on Plaça Catalunya. For more information about the complementary guided courses, visit their webpage for more information.

Euroleague basketball returns to the Palau Blaugrana

Xavi Pascual’s team is facing EA7 Emporio Armani Milan with the aim to continue on their positive direction of good results and well-played basketball. Barcelona has already secured their place in the top 16 after the second round of Euroleage and they remain unbeaten after the first 6 matches they played. With the two last victories the team is about to secure their first place in their group.

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If you’re up to watch some basketball you should head to: Palau Blaugrana at the 28th of November. The address is C Aristides Maillol 12, in the Les Corts district. The game starts at 20:45. Visit their homepage for more information and tickets:


Kygo at Razzmatazz

This Saturday (29th), the Norwegian music producer Kygo is coming to Barcelona. The young producer and musician have introduced himself at the market with great success with millions of plays on his tracks on Internet. By remixing songs and create own melodies in a style of tropical house makes it really worth going to Razzmatazz this Saturday. This is really an upcoming artist who we will see at the big stages at Tomorrowland and other electronic festivals around the world in the future. The entrance opens at 01:00 and the price is 15€ with a drink included. For more information and ticket purchase, visit their homepage.

175 years of mystery behind Barcelona’s first photography

At the moment there is a photography exhibition in Barcelona that presents collections of photography’s that was taken back in the days. The oldest photography is a photo that was taken in Barcelona on 10th of November 1839 from a terrace on Pla de Palau. This unique photo was taken using the daguerreotype technique, was raffed and then vanished without a trace for ever after. There are many other unique photography’s that are displayed as well, a truly fascinating exhibition for all those who love photography, and other curious people too of course.

If you want to experience this exhibition it’s between the 13/11 until the 2/28. It’s open Mondays to Saturday 10:00 – 19:00, except public holidays. And the admission is free! The exhibition is located at Pl Pons I Clerch 2, in the district of Ciutat Vella.

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