What’s on in November in Barcelona?

Will you be in Barcelona this November, studying Spanish with us ? Are you still wondering what you will be doing in your free time? Here are some cool suggestions…

  • Get goose bumps with “Pretty Woman”: Pretty woman, the musical that will make us dream of the fairy tale taken from one of the most beloved romantic comedies in history arrives for the first time in Spain. Tickets and more info available on the official website.
  • Visit the World Press Photo 2022 exhibition: The most recognized photojournalism exhibition in the world, which brings together the winners works of the World Press Photophotography and digital narrative competitions, is back in Barcelona (November the 4th – December the 11th). The exhibition presents all the awarded photographs and multimedia pieces, mostly unpublished in our country, which have been chosen for their exceptional visual quality and offer different perspectives on global news.

  • Watch a movie of the Asian Film Festival Barcelona (until November the 6th): The AFFBCNis a plural and representative cinema festival of the geographical, political, economic and cultural diversity of an unequal continent: Asia. This year it covers a geographical extension that goes from Central Asia, with the participation of cinematographies from three former Soviet republics, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, to which is added Iran and Afghanistan; South Asia is represented by India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka; Southeast Asia by Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam; East Asia by China, Korea, Japan; and finally the Pacific through Australia and New Zealand. You can read more about it and get the tickets here.
  • Take a walk through the most famous flea market in Barcelona (November the 13th): “The Flea” is a monthly second-hand market where things (such as clothes, accessories, CDs, books, household appliances, etc.) are sold for a small fee. It takes place in Plaça de Blanquerna (El Raval), near the Metro stop Drassanes (L3) every second Sunday of the month.
  • Discover an art space in Poblenou: The Poblenou Open Night, which will take place on Friday the 25th, is an event that invites you to get to know the largest creative community in Barcelona, with more than 70 entities and businesses that, in terms of culture, will offer more than 40 activities related to disciplines such as art, design, music, interior design, sculpture, video projections, photography, floral art, jewelry and illustration. In addition, there’s also a musical circuit through stages and concert halls. Be there at 6 pm and have a fantastic day!

  • Play a board game at the Dau Festival Bcn: Dau Barcelona (November the 19th-20th) is a festival of board games for all ages, organized by the Barcelona Institute of Culture. It’s aimed at families and the community of experienced players, offering them a wide variety of games that are currently available. Board game publishers and entities also participate in the festival.
  • Go for a walk in the mountains: The Carretera de les Aigües is a 7.85km route. It is ideal for those who like to run and also for walks since the path does not require a physical push, it is flat, unpaved and in nature with wonderful views of the city.Check out hereto find out how to get there.
  • Party at the “last dance” of Monumental Club: La Monumental used to be the greatest bullring of Barcelona, and has remained the same ever since, but is used from time to time for shows. On November the 12th you can enjoy the music of the young Spanish musician Rusowsky, the DJ Carlos Willengton and the international Nixer, The Penguins and Eduki Clap Your Hands. And as usual, the gastronomic offer is always another of the Monumental Club’s strengths, with a varied selection of food trucks, which will be available to the public throughout the day. Get your tickets here.

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