Palau de la Música Català in Barcelona
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Happy birthday! Celebrate Beethoven's 250th birthday with exclusive concerts
Barcelona is famed the world over for its breathtaking modernista architecture – sights such as the Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell have gone on to become the city’s most iconic landmarks. But Gaudí’s projects aren’t the only modernista masterpieces to discover in the city. Over in the Ciutat Vella, Barcelona’s historic core, you’ll find the Palau de la Música Català tucked away in a narrow street. It’s one of the most spectacular concert halls in Europe, boasting extravagant sculptures, stained glass windows and detailed mosaics at almost every turn. Even if you’re not massively into music, it’s a must for any sightseeing tour!
2020 is shaping up to be a big year in the classical scene as institutions celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. The Palau de la Música has its own bumper programme of concerts spread over 5 days, so if you want to be a part of their biggest event of the year be sure to have a look.
Meanwhile if you’re just visiting Barcelona for a quick city break, I really recommend including a guided tour of the venue during your sightseeing adventures as well. There’s everything from self-guided tours to ones with a concert or recital included as well – there’s no better way to experience the Palau! And here’s a quick Guru tip: if you book 21 days in advance you’ll get a lovely 20% discount on your tour price!
For more information and an overview of all available tours, simply head on over to Palau de la Música Català’s website for all the deets.