20 October, 2017
Discover Barcelona’s Architecture for FREE
Discover Barcelona’s Architecture for free.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not join Casamona at one of Barcelona´s most exciting and interesting events, 48H Open House BCN. Here we’re all bound to learn something new about the fantastic architecture that Barcelona has to offer. At this event you can discover Barcelona’s Architecture for free! Whether you’re an architecture buff or simply enjoy a bit of snooping. The 21st and 22nd October, more than 150 buildings across Barcelona will open their doors to the general public, giving us all an insight into the incredible history and beauty of the city. At Casamona we are continually stunned by the original architecture in Barcelona, and this is a great opportunity to discover a little more about what lies within its walls. See more about Barcelona.
Since 1992, the 48H Open House has been putting on events across the world, from New York to Tel Aviv and Barcelona! Thousands participate every year in this event. It has shown that people´s interest in –and love for- architecture is growing, and with so many beautiful buildings, it’s no wonder that it has had such success in Barcelona.
The city’s buildings are diverse. Whether you’ve been living in the city for many years or a few weeks, you’re bound to find some hidden treasures during this event. With a variety of different styles on show: Gothic, Barock, Classical, Roman you will be amazed by each style. If you´re new to the city it´s also a fantastic way to get to know your way around. Moving to a new city can be daunting. What better way to familiarize yourself with it than by finding some hidden gems that are sure to become some of your favourite places?
48H Open House Barcelona is a fantastic event that’s made even better by the fact that it’s free. There’s no excuses to not go along and delve into the history of one of the world´s most interesting and vibrant cities. We’re all sure to discover something new so see you there! Why not discover Barcelona’s Architecture for free?