The viewpoint is open free of charge some Sundays up to 30 minutes before the centre closes.
In addition to its extensive offering of exhibitions, conferences and other multi-disciplinary activities, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona is now opening its Mirador to share the magnificent views of the city from the glass façade on the fifth floor of the building.
You can go up to the viewpoint free of charge on certain Sundays throughout the year and see the city from a whole different vantage point. You can see emblematic spots like the historical neighbourhoods of the Gothic Quarter and Ciutat Vella, Tibidabo and its amusement park, the Collserola tower and Montjuïc, plus the wide-open sea and everything else that draws your attention from this bird’s eye view.
This different way to enjoy the Catalan capital, totally free and open to anyone, is on top of the centre’s other initiatives to make culture accessible to everyone, like the Alzheimer and Apropa Cultura programmes or the Open All Areas European project that implements good practices and shares knowledge among seven European institutions.
Through the end of the year, the Mirador will be open on Sunday 25 August, 1 and 22 September, 6 October, 3 November and 1 December. Opening hours are from 11 am to 8 pm, although access to the Mirador ends 30 minutes before the centre closes to ensure visitors get the full experience, without rushing.
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