Reding Hotel

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Dare to enjoy Barcelona like never before. The Reding Barcelona Hotel offers the main activities to do during your stay in Barcelona. Do not miss any dates, events and parties that are organized every month in Barcelona. Consult here all the cultural, sporting and leisure plans in Barcelona.

31 Jan
The Taronjada with Queen Belluga - Reding Hotel

The Taronjada with Queen Belluga

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Orangeade, the central act of the Carnival of Barcelona and one of the oldest traditions of the Barcelona carnestoltesques parties, is designed to engage with the whole family and is composed of four parts: 16.30. Prime Sarau of orangeade. Plaza Shopping Pending the arrival of the Grand Parade Queen Belluga, music and dance back to the Plaza Mayor of Barcelona with the first Sarao of orangeade. The mall will become a popular carnival fencing with melodies and rhythms of swing that will invite young and old to move the body. 17 h. The Ride of the Queen Belluga Tour: Santa Caterina Market Av Francesc Cambo, Via Laietana, Silverware, Plaza de Santa Maria, Santa Maria street, Fossar de les Moreres, Paseo del Borne, Rec, Fusina and Trade Plaza. The grand parade of the Queen Belluga be a lucid parade floats above Ambassadors Seven horses with their retinues of musicians, courtiers, bearers, jugglers and acrobats of the land of the Queen Belluga cantamañanas accompanying it, driving a motorcycle giant, not fail to impress. The Queen and each -the ambassador know by the color of their retinues symbol of his vices and his virtues Iran armed with balloons and confetti orange well served to go to the "Field Battle". 18:15. The pitched battle orangeade After the group Flashmob, that will shake you, the mall will again be the battleground of orangeade. Queen Belluga and begin the great Seven Ambassadors Field Battle of orangeade with balloons and confetti orange, the Barcelona residents can also throw characters of Carnival remembering that, for Carnival, in the fourteenth century and Barcelona They are throwing oranges. 18:30 h. Bustle of orangeade: Masquerade Ball Ben confetti covered with dyed orange shopping plaza, Queen Belluga and Seven Ambassadors invite us all last Carnival soiree with the rhythms ...

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27 Jan
7 boats - seven stories - Reding Hotel

7 boats - seven stories

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A new exhibition comes to the Maritime Museum of Barcelona on stories of ships, some of them exposed among the highlights of the MMB. Nothing better to know the sea adventures throughout the boat.

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15 Nov
Boqueria market - Reding Hotel

Boqueria market

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La Rambla to history is the history of the Boqueria market. The evolution of past peddlers to a modern and full of charm, color and present life. The market is the metaphor for life in Barcelona, a human river that makes the pleasures of those who like to contemplate. The Boqueria market is the first of the municipal markets of Barcelona, and was inaugurated in 1840, on March 19, the day of San José. After four years of work it was located on land previously occupied by the convent of Sant Josep. But the history of this market back much further, since in this space Rambla, in the present location of the market, the flesh peddlers and concentrated during the XIII century. In 1836, the Marquis de Campo Sagrado, captain general of Catalonia, decided to regulate the traveling market that was installed in the main square which was in what had been the convent. Over time the Boqueria market in Barcelona was transformed into a modern market. He joined gas lighting in 1914 and the metal cover, and protect food, dealers, gives uniqueness and character is completed. Currently the third and fourth generation of sellers proudly displays the oldest and most complete food market in Barcelona, offering vegetables, meat, fish and thousands of products with an imaginative presentation stops full of charm. The Boqueria market is all full of life and history and architectural value space beyond doubt. • Location La Rambla, 91 - Plaça de la Boqueria, 08001 Barcelona 8:00–20:30

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01 Nov
La Pedrera - Reding Hotel

La Pedrera

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La Pedrera starts a new and spectacular night tour, which will not leave anyone indifferent. Experience an amazing show, one of the most emblematic buildings of Barcelona. With this itinerary you can live an unforgettable journey through the different areas in which the highlight will be a videomapping on the roof of La Pedrera, where the unique architecture of this space is used to make a unique visual spectacle, which allows a trip to the origin of life, the essence of Gaudí. With multiple projections to "badalots" (stairwells), special lighting and a soundtrack that will accompany it. Gaudí believed that nature is a large open book and you have to make an effort to read and interpret. The visit includes screenings at various venues, itinerary through the most unique places in the building, extraordinary visual spectacle in the most unique roof of Barcelona - Cava as the climax of the evening. Do not miss this charming and sensitivity through the bowels of La Pedrera night tour, culminating with a show that goes beyond the imagination. Hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 19h to 22h

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23 Oct
+humans - Reding Hotel

+humans

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10/07/2015 to 10/04/2016 +Humans The CCCB presents one of the most interesting exhibits of the season. It is to look at the future, cyborgs, and clones superhumans. Questions in the air over human evolution or extinction, the meaning of humanity, which ahead bring us the coming centuries, etc.

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20 Sep
Visit Barcelona's Collserola Park! - Reding Hotel

Visit Barcelona's Collserola Park!

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Scenic Walking Barcelona offers you a complete itinerary through Barcelona's Collserola Park which combines magnificent panoramic views of the city and the verdant valleys in the park's interior where for millennia, in the unwooded areas, people have devoted themselves to farming and religious activities. A walk through the mountains that will allow you to leave behind the city's crowds and enjoy Barcelona high quality of life. ADVANTAGES: If you're looking for adventure, or prefer to enjoy a relaxing day out surrounded by nature near to Barcelona, this is the perfect getaway. Spend a lovely morning doing exercise while you listen to the guide's interesting descriptions of the flora and fauna and geographical and historic details of this extremely beautiful natural setting. The Collserola Ridge, which rises up like a vast viewing platform in the middle of Barcelona's metropolitan area, is an impressive mountainous massif much loved by the people that live around it. Collserola consists of more than 8,000 hectares of natural protected space and has a wide variety of plant formations andavaluable biodiversity. You'll visit the chapel of Sant Medir and pass close to the site of the "Font Groga", or yellow spring, one of the areas of the park with the greatest ecological value. Finally, you'll climb Tibidaboto enjoy one last glimpse of the city below. Explore these beautiful forests, with a whole host of routes that won't fail to impress and will help you disconnect from the noise of the big city. What does your booking include? Tour lasting three and four hours led by a professional guide. Transport from the centre of Barcelona to the starting point of the route. Accident insurance. Water and snacks. http://barcelonaturisme.com/shopv3/en/product/buy/20353/collserola-scenic-tour.html?o ...

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13 Jul
Art Nouveau Site of Sant Pau - Reding Hotel

Art Nouveau Site of Sant Pau

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In early March 2014, Barcelona opens the Art Nouveau Site of Sant Pau, the old Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, converting its installations in the the Europe's largest Art Nouveau Site. With the construction in 2003 and opening in 2009 of the new installations of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, more suited to the current healthcare model, the old Art Nouveau complex is vacated and restored through EU funding (in March 2014 are 6 of the 12 Art Nouveau pavilions restored), and becomes the most important Art Nouveau complex of Europe, whose architectural and cultural value acquired an international dimension. The old hospital of Sant Pau can be visited in a guided tour form or as free visit. The tour features different timetables with guides in different languages. The Art Nouveau Site of Sant Pau and the old Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, will undoubtedly fascinate you if you are an Art Nouveau architecture lover, and since its restoration, it becomes a must for those who want to visit Barcelona. http://www.happybarcelona.eu/en/hospital-de-sant-pau-historia.html

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19 May
Barcelona Illusion Museum  - Reding Hotel

Barcelona Illusion Museum

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If you like optical illusions and visual games you should know that the first Museum of the illusions in Europe has just opened its doors in Barcelona! This museum is conceived as a place where everyone, including the little ones, can be protagonists of fantastic scenes and imaginary adventures without even moving away from the place! Each room of the museum is designed to immerse you in various scenes and landscapes. You can imagine yourself under water with a turtle, opening the door to fantastic monsters, about to be shot out of a cannon like a bullet, boarding a horse tram or escaping from a crocodile! And you can take photos during the whole tour! http://lameva.barcelona.cat/barcelonacultura/es/menu-familiar/museo-ilusiones-barcelona-familiar

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11 May
Montserrat - Reding Hotel

Montserrat

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Montserrat is a rocky massif traditionally considered the most important and significant mountain in Catalonia (Spain). It is located 50 km northwest of Barcelona between the regions of Anoia, Lower Llobregat and Bages. In this mountain sanctuary and Benedictine monastery Montserratdedicado the Virgin of Montserrat is located. It is a singular massif that rises abruptly west of the Llobregat River to the 1236 meters high peak of St. Jerome. Other prominent peaks are the Cavall Bernat, the Agulles, the Serrat del Moro, the Montgròs, Sant Joan and Palomera. In 1987 it was declared a natural park to ensure their conservation. The whimsical shapes of the most emblematic mountain in Catalonia, are the result of a geological and geomorphological process of millions of years. When the tertiary sea occupied what is now the "Plana de Lleida", and the Balearic Islands were a great bulk of the size of today Pyrenees, a delta formed by pebbles or other detrital material carried by a large torrential river occupied these lands . Matrix material thickness and layers of sandstone and marl were cimentándose with the gradual drying of this delta. But the starting point of the current relief was not established until the violent action of Alpine laorogenia great episode, which raised block and fractured The Montserrat conglomerate (known as pudinga) completely changing the landscape Since according to legend the image of the Virgin in Santa Cova found, Montserrat has been associated with spirituality. Besides the mountain monastery has a remarkable number of small churches and Emims, some abandoned, like Santa Cecilia, Sant Benet, Sant Joan or Sant Jeroni. Among the various buildings of the Benedictine monastery, the chapter house, the neo-Romanesque cloister and refectory, are its by architectural style, renovated in 1925 by Josep Puig i Cadafalch. The present community of Montserrat is formed ...

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04 May
Gothic Quarter of Barcelona - Reding Hotel

Gothic Quarter of Barcelona

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Located in the district of Ciutat Vella, in the heart of the city, the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) is the oldest and one of the most beautiful areas of Barcelona core. The friendly neighborhood is bounded porlas Ramblas, Via Laietana, Passeig de Colón and Plaza Catalunya. Born on the ruins of Roman Barcino, Barcelona's medieval led to the construction of churches and gothic palaces that caused the disappearance of most of the Romanesque remains. The narrow, winding medieval streets of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona make the ideal place to enjoy the city center without haste, enjoying the preserved remains of the glorious past of the city scene. What to see in the Gothic Quarter The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona has many attractions for all tastes, among which we could highlight the following: • Cathedral of Santa Eulalia: Also known as La Seu, the Cathedral is a famous example of Catalan Gothic architecture dating from the fourteenth century. • Plaza Sant Jaume: political center of Barcelona, is the place where the town hall and the Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya is located. • Carrer del Bisbe: Pleasant pedestrian road linking Sant Jaume Square with the Cathedral. • Real Plaza: Located just off Las Ramblas, this striking neoclassical square is one of the most enjoyable and lively area. • Plaza del Rey: See the Royal Palace from the early Middle Ages, houses a set of medieval buildings housing part of the Museum of City History. The museum includes interesting excavations allow to know the city from its Roman foundation in the first century BC Barcelona to the Middle Ages. • Portal de L'Angel Street: Composes a more pleasant and complete commercial lasarterias city. • Nova Square: Located in the vicinity of laCatedral, this cozy square still retains some of its two ancient Roman towers. • Frederic ...

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26 Apr
Archaeological Museum of Catalonia - Reding Hotel

Archaeological Museum of Catalonia

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If you are visiting Barcelona, come to the Parc de Montjuïc, called the Magic Mountain of Barcelona and cosidered one of the best green places in the city. You will find the Archaeological Museum of Catalonia, a place of memory that invites you to discover our earliest history and enjoy the best archaeological pieces found in Catalonia and its environment. All in a relaxing space where we respected the architecture of one of the ancient palaces of the International Exhibition of 1929, the Palace of Graphic Arts. Once you have visited to the Archaeological Museum you can walk through Poble-Sec, one of the most bohemian neighborhoods in the city, multicultural and full of artists. You will enjoy the lifelong wineries or go "tapas" by Blai street terraces.

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31 Mar
Teleferico Montjuic - Puerto - Reding Hotel

Teleferico Montjuic - Puerto

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Montjuic Inaugurado en 1970 para cubrir las necesidades de transporte hasta la zona alta de la Montaña de Montjuïc, el Teleférico de Montjuïc se eleva sobre 100 metros de desnivel para llegar hasta el Castillo de Montjuïc. A pesar de que durante el trayecto se obtienen muy buenas vistas, en la parte superior son igual de buenas y hay otras formas más económicas de subir. Puerto Construido con motivo de la Exposición Universal de 1929, el teleférico atraviesa el Puerto de Barcelona desde la Torre de San Sebastián, en la Playa de la Barceloneta, hasta el Mirador de Miramar, en la colina de Montjuic. Durante el transcurso de la Guerra Civil se retiraron los cables y las torres fueron utilizadas para la defensa del puerto. En 1963 el teleférico volvió a funcionar sin descanso hasta 1995, año en que fue cerrado para su renovación. En la actualidad el teleférico continúa deleitando a sus pasajeros con sus paseos con vistas. El recorrido total es de 1.292 metros alcanzando una altitud de 70 metros. Durante los 10 minutos que dura el trayecto se obtienen muy buenas vistas del puerto y la ciudad, aunque no deja de ser un elemento turístico más. Cómo llegar hasta el Teleférico de Montjuic • Metro: Paral•lel, líneas 2 y 3 + Funicular de Montjuïc. • Autobús turístico: Parada Telefèric de Montjuïc. • Autobús: Parc de Montjuïc, líneas 50 y 55.

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23 Mar
Picasso & Dalí - Exposicion - Reding Hotel

Picasso & Dalí - Exposicion

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La exposición estudia por primera vez las relaciones entre dos figuras clave del arte del siglo XX. La tesis de la exposición supone un reto respecto a los modelos históricos convencionales que tratan a los dos artistas como figuras aisladas, míticas y auto-generadoras en relación a la estética y políticamente opuestas. La muestra presenta obras de Pablo Picasso y Salvador Dalí –pinturas, dibujos, grabados y esculturas– y documentos procedentes de más de 25 museos de arte y colecciones particulares de todo el mundo, gran número de las cuáles han sido cedidas en muy pocas ocasiones. El contacto entre ellos fue significativo. Estos momentos históricos estructurarán la exposición, proporcionando perspectivas desde las cuales analizar aspectos de dos de los principales artistas del arte del siglo XX. Museu Picasso Calle Montcada, 15-23 08003 Barcelona

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03 Mar
Carmel Lookout in Barcelona - Reding Hotel

Carmel Lookout in Barcelona

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From this viewpoint, which is situated in the area of Carmel - Guinardó, you can scan all of Barcelona, the city in 360º. From up there you can see buildings like the Sagrada Familia, the Agbar Tower or Mafre towers, mountains of Montjuic and Tibidabo, the geometric distribution of the Eixample district of Barcelona or the port and the sea, which extends throughout the view from one side of the viewpoint. As we have said, it is a viewpoint of 360º and it offers compelling views of the city of Barcelona. This place also has interest not only for its beauty but for its history. Today it is mainly a viewpoint, but not only that: it was once a búnker area with antiaircraft guns built during the Spanish Civil War protecting people from the air attacks that took place during the war.

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