Catalonia is an autonomous community of Spain located on the Iberian Peninsula bordered to the north by France and Andorra, to the east by the Mediterranean Sea, to the south by the Valencian Community and to the west by Aragon. With an extension of some 32,000 km², almost 8 million people live in Catalonia distributed in the 947 municipalities that make up the Catalan territory. Two thirds of this population resides in the city of Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and a province of this autonomous community together with the provinces of Girona, Lleida and Tarragona. Several languages are spoken in Catalonia: Catalan, Spanish and Aranese, the latter in the Aran Valley. Among its most visited places of interest is the urban center of Barcelona with emblematic buildings such as La Sagrada Familia, the Catedral del Mar, Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, the famous Parc Güell and the football stadium, Camp Nou. The Montjuic fountain and castle, the Montsec mountain range and its Astronomical Park, the Monserrat abbey, the Tibidabo or PortAventura amusement park, the Aigüestortes, Boí i Taüll national park, the Arán Valley and the Catalan Pyrenees are some of the of the biggest claims of travelers who visit Catalonia.
From Nativics we take you to PortAventura World, the largest family resort in the Mediterranean. This getaway includes round-trip transfers from Barcelona airport to PortAventura, accommodation in one of the five hotels located inside the park, tickets with direct access to the attractions and shows in Portaventura Park, Pick-up service at the shops from the parks (delivery of purchases within the park at your hotel) and a day at Ferrari Land.
In PortAventura Park you can feel the adrenaline in the most mythical roller coasters, such as the Dragon Khan, the Shambhala and the Stampida; the Furius Baco, the fastest roller coaster in Europe or the classic water volcano Tutuki Splash. You can also enjoy the different shows, shops, hotels, restaurants and many other themed attractions in 6 different worlds: Mediterranean, Polynesia, Mexico, Far West, China and, for the little ones in the house, Sesame Adventure. If you like speed, you will live an exciting adventure in Ferrari Land where you will be able to discover the history of its creators, Enzo Ferrari, and feel like a Formula 1 racer in its attractions set in this sport such as the fast-paced Red Force which reaches 180km/h in just 5 seconds or the Free Fall Tower, a 55-meter shuttle, among other attractions and themed shows. Guaranteed fun for the whole family!
If you want to discover the city of Barcelona and everything that this great city has to offer, at Nativics we propose this five-day trip in which you will get to know the places of interest in Barcelona through different excursions and guided tours and you can visit the Moreneta, the Virgin of Montserrat. This plan includes hotel in the center of Barcelona, guided tour of Gaudí's Barcelonawith tickets without queues to Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, climb to Montjuïc cable car, entrance to Barcelona Cathedral , transfer to Montserrat with a guided visit to the monastery, access to the sanctuary of the Virgin and liquor tasting.
This getaway to Barcelona includes a tour to the region of El Penedès, the wine region par excellence in Catalonia, where you will tour the vineyards in an off-road vehicle and taste some of its best wines and cavas accompanied by tapas and appetizers. This getaway to Barcelona includes a hotel in the center of Barcelona, an excursion to El Penedés with a visit to a wine cellar and a visit to a cava cellar, a tour of the vineyards in a 4x4, an explanation of the winemaking process, a tasting of four wines and four cavas and food pairings from the region. If you are a lover of wine and the good life... this getaway is for you! 🍷🥂
At Nativics we offer you a different getaway to Barcelona that will allow you to enjoy the city, flamenco and Spanish tapas. This getaway to Barcelona includes hotel in the center of Barcelona, entrance to the most popular flamenco show in Barcelona and tapas dinner on Paseo del Born , the leisure and nightlife area that is fashionable in Barcelona.
At Nativics we propose this 3-day itinerary for you to discover the city of Barcelona and visit Montserrat, its monastery and La Moreneta, the famous Virgin of Montserrat, patron saint of Catalonia. To finish, nothing better than a tasting of traditional liqueurs made in the same monastery. This plan includes accommodation in the center of Barcelona, route to discover Barcelona and guided excursion to Montserrat with entrance to the monastery and wine tasting. liquors. Barcelona and Montserrat in a flash!
Wanting to visit Barcelona? In Nativics we propose this itinerary that we have thought and planned in detail so that your getaway to Barcelona is as comfortable and profitable as possible. This plan includes accommodation in the center of Barcelona, guided tour through Gaudí's Barcelona, skip-the-line tickets to the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, ride the Montjuïc cable car and entrance to the Barcelona Cathedral. In addition, you will have transportation between some of the places of interest to save time and effort. So, if you don't have much time, this getaway with a guided tour and tickets included is perfect for you as it will allow you to discover the most important places in the city. You no longer have an excuse!
If you are thinking of making a getaway to Barcelona but you don't have much time to get to know the city or you simply don't feel like walking too much...This getaway to Barcelona with a tourist bus tour is for you! This plan includes accommodation in a central Barcelona hotel and the ticket to get on and off the tourist bus as many times as you want. So you can stop at the places of interest that you like the most and get back on the bus whenever you feel like it. If what you are looking for is to get to know the city in a panoramic way without getting off the bus, each route lasts 2 hours, ideal for those with motor difficulties or traveling with children.
If you like football, whether you're a culé or not, you can't miss the Camp Nou, the largest football stadium in Europe. On this getaway to Barcelona you can visit the Museum, the visitors' locker room and access the FC Barcelona field through the tunnel as if you were a true professional player. This plan includes accommodation in a central hotel in Barcelona and entrance with priority access to the Camp Nou so you don't have to wait in long lines. Feel the colors of Barça!
Barcelona is a perfect city for a weekend getaway as many of the main attractions are located in the city center. At Nativics we propose this itinerary that we have thought out and planned in detail so that your weekend in Barcelona is as complete and comfortable as possible. This plan includes accommodation in the center of Barcelona, route through the city center and guided visit to the Sagrada Familia with priority access to avoid the long queues that form at the most visited monument in Spain , the most relevant of the great modernist architect Antoni Gaudí and an essential visit on your trip to Barcelona. Do you have a free weekend? Come to Barcelona!
With this astronomical getaway you will enjoy the starry sky of the Sierra de Gredos in the most emblematic accommodation in the province of Ávila, which also has the Starlight certification: the Parador de Gredos. From this place, located in Navarredonda de Gredos, just by looking up, you will be able to contemplate the wonders of the sky and visit, a very short distance away, the Polaris astronomical observatory, a small place of wood intended for learning astronomy and observing the stars and planets while a Starlight guide explains and shows you the most outstanding celestial objects of the night with the professional telescope.
With this astronomical getaway to Lleida you will enjoy the starry sky of the Sierra del Montsec in the closest accommodation to the Montsec Astronomical Park which, in addition, has the Starlight certification>⭐. From this place, located in Àger, just by looking up, you will be able to contemplate the wonders of the sky and visit the most important Universe observation center in Catalonia: the P.A.M. (Montsec Astronomical Park). On this night visit you will discover the secrets of the sky through its permanent exhibition, its unique planetarium in the world and its telescope park where they will show you the most important objects in the Universe. Ready for a trip through the stars? Alone, as a couple or as a family, this getaway is perfect for you. 🤩🪐✨
The Sierra del Montsec is a calcareous mountain range of more than 40 km in length divided between the autonomous communities of Aragon and Catalonia, in Spain. This mountain range has two gorges: Terradets, to the west in the Noguera Pallaresa and, to the east, Monrebey, in the Noguera Ribagorzana. These gorges divide the Sierra del Montsec into three zones: Montsec de l'Estall, in Huesca (Aragon), Montsec d'Ares and Montsec de Rúbies, in Catalonia. The main summits are the Tozal de las Torretas, with 1677 meters, Santa Alís, with 1676 meters, and the tip of Santa Quitèria, with 1329 meters of height. Among its most visited municipalities are Àger and the Barony of Sant Oisme. In addition, the Sierra del Montsec stands out for its clean skies free of light pollution that allow astronomical observation and astrotourism and that have led it to obtain several Starlight certifications. In fact, the Montsec Astronomical Park, located in Àger, is the most important center for observing the Universe in Catalonia.
The Gothic Quarter or Barri Gòtic, is a neighborhood of Barcelona located in the center of the city, in the Ciutat Vella district. It is the oldest center of Barcelona and one of the most acclaimed areas for its medieval alleys, where the Barcelona Cathedral and numerous bars, pubs and restaurants are located. Among its places of interest are also: the Pont del Bisbe; the Barcelona History Museum, in Plaza del Rey; the Colón viewpoint, from where you can see the Gothic quarter from above; the Basília de Santa María del Pi and the parish of Santa Ana. In addition, this neighborhood is bounded by Las Ramblas, Vía Laietana, Paseo de Colón and Plaza Cataluña, making it a point of reference and a place from where you will get to know all the city.
The Port Vell (Old Port) is the oldest in Barcelona. Before it was frequented by sailors but now it is a place of leisure where you can find the Maremagnum shopping center with shops, bars and restaurants, the Barcelona Aquarium, a 3D cinema and a lively atmosphere. The Port Vell is located at the end of the Rambla, next to the Columbus monument, in the Plaza Portal de la Pau.
La Rambla or Ramblas de Barcelona, is one of the most visited places in Barcelona. This emblematic promenade is located in the heart of the city and is 1.3 km long, connecting the old port of Barcelona with the famous Plaza Catalunya. Barcelona's Rambla is always very busy and lively and you can find everything from newsstands, souvenirs and flowers, to bars, restaurants, painters and human statues in the most elaborate costumes. If you travel to Barcelona, Las Ramblas is a must-see that, in addition, will allow you to discover some of the points of interest in its surroundings, such as the Boquería Market, the Gran Teatro Liceo, the Güell Palace, the Plaza Real, the Mirador de Colón or the Barcelona History Museum. Nearby is also the Gothic Quarter and the Barcelona Cathedral.
The Paseo del Borne - or Passeig del Born, in Catalan- is an old medieval promenade located in the Ribera neighborhood, between the old Born market and the Santa María del Mar church, in the Ciutat Vella district , in Barcelona (Spain). In earlier times, parties, fairs, tournaments and medieval jousts were held along it. In the 16th century the Spanish Inquisition also used it to execute those who went against it. Along this pedestrian promenade, there are numerous constructions declared as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest. In addition, the passeig del Born is a meeting place, leisure and nightlife. Terraces, bars, restaurants and shops fill its streets.
Camp Nou is the football stadium of Fútbol Club Barcelona, one of the best and most recognized Spanish teams in the world. This sports venue is located in the district of Les Corts, in the city of Barcelona, in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia. It was inaugurated on September 24, 1957 and has a capacity of 99,354 spectators, making it the European football stadium with the largest capacity and the third in the world. Its name, Camp Nou, means New Field and is due to the fact that it was this stadium that replaced the previous one and that it was too small for the large number of club fans and visitors. The Camp Nou has a maximum height of 49.67 meters and an area of 58,760 m². The field of play, obviously following UEFA regulations, is 105 meters by 68 metres. In the 1998-99 season, it was UEFA itself that classified this soccer field as a Five-Star stadium for its services and functionality and, in 2010, it was replaced by Category 4, which is awarded to stadiums that meet the maximum demands in services and capacity. Among the facilities inside the Camp Nou are the boxes, the VIP room, the press room, a small chapel, the changing rooms, the technical services offices, several television sets and press booths, the Sports Medicine Center, the Operational Control Unit, the premises of the Barça Players Association and the FC Barcelona Museum.
The Montjuïc cable car is one of the most special ways to discover the city of Barcelona, Spain. This funicular has a route of 750 meters that will allow you to see the Sagrada Familia, the Camp Nou and the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc from above. The Montjuïc Cable Car route starts at Parc de Montjuïc and ends at Montjuïc Castle.
La Pedrera or Casa Milà, is a building designed by the great Spanish master Antoni Gaudí located in the center of Barcelona, on Paseo de Gracia, cataloged as a World Heritage Cultural Asset by UNESCO. Its construction was carried out between 1906 and 1912, being one of the most innovative civil works of the Catalan architect. This building stands out for its façade, which is neither structural nor a load-bearing wall, but rather becomes a curtain wall where more than 6,000 stone blocks are joined to the structure by metallic elements. The forge is another of its distinctions both as an architectural complement and as an ornamental contribution.
Over the years, this building has accommodated distinguished guests - including a prince and his entourage -, it has been a hotel, headquarters of a consulate, bingo, company offices and shops. Its construction was commissioned by the marriage formed by Pere Milà and Rosario Segimon, hence it is known by the name of Casa Milà. The intention of this couple was to create a unique building in which to stay on the main floor while they rented the rest of the houses. After some complications with the building permits, in 1912 the end of the works on the building was certified, thus settling the Milà couple and renting the rest of the houses. In 1929, the first store in La Pedrera was installed, on the ground floor of the building, the Mosella tailor shop.
During the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939, Casa Milà was confiscated by the Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia (PSUC), becoming the headquarters of the Ministry of Economy and Agriculture and the private residence of the minister Joan Comorera who settled on the main floor. In 1940 Pere Milà died and his widow, Rosario Segimon, six years later, in 1946, sold the building to the Provenza real estate company with the condition that they continue to live on the main floor until his death in 1964. In 1953, this real estate company commissioned to the architect Francisco Juan Barba Corsini the construction of 13 apartments in the attic of the building and the transformation of the first floor on Provenza Street into four apartments of more than 100 m² each, giving us an idea of the dimensions of the building. In 1986 the Caixa de Catalunya bank bought the building from the Provenza Real Estate. In 1987 the visit to the roof of La Pedrera was opened for the first time and the building was restored to turn it into a cultural center. In 1992, the exhibition hall was inaugurated with the exhibition Avant-garde in Catalonia, forming part of the cultural program of the 1992 Olympic Games. IN 1994, the La Padrera auditorium was inaugurated in the old garages of the building . Finally, in 1996 the restoration works were completed under the motto "For Barcelona we do not give a grain of sand but an entire Pedrera"
Park Güell is a 17-hectare public park located in Barcelona, in the district of Gracia, next to the Sierra de Collserola. This park has two large areas: the monumental area, declared a World Heritage Site, and the forest area. What makes Park Güell unique is precisely the monumental part, an entire architectural work of Catalan modernism carried out by the great master and genius, Antonio Gaudí. This monumental area occupies 12 hectares in which are the famous little houses that look like gingerbread and chocolate. This park began in 1900 on behalf of Eusebio Güell, son-in-law of the Marquis of Comillas, who had already commissioned several constructions from his good friend Gaudí. Güell's intention was to make a private urbanization with a green area that simulated British residential parks, hence the name of the park is in English (Park Güell). The complexity for the sale of the plots and the exclusive nature of the urbanization made it unfeasible, building only two houses of the sixty that had been planned. In this way, instead of a residential area, the park became a large private garden that Güell gave up for public events. After his death in 1918, his heirs offered the park to Barcelona City Council, who bought it in 1922 and opened it as a municipal park. The house of the Güell family became a public school and Gaudí's house has been a House Museum since 1963. In 1969 Park Güell was recognized as an artistic monument and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. Without a doubt, this park is the pride of Barcelonans and a must-see for those who travel to Barcelona. Gardens, a large square, colorful houses, columns... It is probably one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Don't miss out!
The Sagrada Familia is an exceptional temple located in the city of Barcelona, in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia. This Catholic basilica is a design and masterpiece by the architect Antoni Gaudí as well as the greatest exponent of Catalan modernist architecture. It is one of the most visited monuments in Spain and the most visited European church after Saint Peter's Basilica, even though it is still under construction after more than 140 years. Still unfinished, its magnitude and great beauty can already be appreciated both in the bell towers and in its façade and inside the temple, which can be accessed. The Sagrada Familia has a Latin cross plan, five central naves and an apse with seven chapels. It has three facades: the Nativity, the Passion and the Glory of Jesus and, when the construction is finished, it will have a total of 18 towers, two sacristies and three large chapels as well as a cloister. Undoubtedly, a great architectural work of Catalan modernism and a symbol of Barcelona that highlights the great Catalan artist, Antonio Gaudí and a must-see.
The Sant Pau Modernist Complex is a building of historical and architectural interest, a World Heritage Site and a masterpiece of Catalan modernism. Located on Gaudí Avenue in Barcelona, this site is the most famous work of the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and, originally, it housed the Hospital de Sant Pau, which was maintained until 2009. The idea of creating this hospital was to make it a place beautiful, with natural light and surrounded by nature to achieve a healthy and peaceful environment for the sick. Large in size, this surface has different pavilions and a huge garden area. It is currently a center of knowledge and the different pavilions have become the headquarters of institutions in the fields of health, education and sustainability. In addition, the Modernist Enclosure of Sant Pau, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is part of the Modernisme route and visits to the complex and the exhibitions are allowed.
Casa Batlló is an architectural work of the great master Antonio Gaudí. Also known as Casa dels ossos (House of Bones), due to its original architecture, Casa Batlló is located in the center of Barcelona, specifically at number 43 Passeig de Gràcia, in the Eixample district. Built between 1904 and 1906, it currently receives visitors from all over the world who come to contemplate this building, which is an example of Catalan modernist art and a faithful representation of Gaudí's creativity and genius. Although the main attraction of Casa Batlló is its impressive façade, visits to the interior are also allowed by purchasing the entrance ticket. Casa Batlló is open 365 days a year and can be visited from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The church of Sant Jaume or San Jaime (in Spanish), is a parish located in the municipality of Alcudia, in the northeast of Mallorca. Its original construction began in 1302 under the reign of Jaime II, but in 1870 the entire vault of the church collapsed, leaving only the chapel of Santo Cristo standing, a work from the 16th century. The current construction is neo-Gothic in style and finished in 1893. It is dedicated to Santiago (Jaime), patron saint of the city of Alcudia. In 1993 it was consecrated by the Bishop of Mallorca, Teodor Ubeda. The façade of the entrance has a large rose window, the work of the sculptor from Alcudie, Lorenzo Ferrer Martí and with the image of the Apostle Santiago located on a pedestal. Inside the church we find several chapels (that of San Sebastián, that of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, that of San José, that of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and that of the Immaculate Conception, the Baptismal Chapel, the chapel of Santo Cristo) , the Portal de los Hombres (the second entrance to the church) and the parish organ.
The Barcelona Cathedral is located in the Gothic Quarter of the city of Barcelona. Its construction began in 1046 on the primitive cathedral that was heavily damaged by the attack of the Arab leader, Almanzor. On top of the foundations of the primitive early Christian basilica and that of the later Romanesque cathedral, the current Gothic cathedral was built. This temple has three naves with a single apse and ambulatory and measures 93 meters long, 40 meters wide and 28 meters high in the central nave. The dome has a height of 70 meters outside and 41 meters inside. Inside the cathedral there are several Gothic altarpieces made by Guerau Gener, Lluís Borrassà, Gabriel Alemany and Bernat Martorell as well as other Gothic paintings by Pere Destorrents, Jaume Huguet or Bartolomé Bermejo, author of the Pietà. This cathedral is also known as the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, its official name, and is one of the places of tourist and cultural interest for those who travel to Barcelona.
The Palau Dalmases is located in the city of Barcelona. It is a baroque palace that currently functions as a setting for cultural events, including its well-known daily flamenco show. The Palau Dalmases does not have large dimensions but only has a capacity for 50 people, so good acoustics are guaranteed. In addition, being in the historic center of Barcelona, you will easily reach it, being able to enjoy the Barcelona atmosphere after enjoying an authentic show in a place full of charm.
The mountain of Montserrat is located 30 km from the center of Barcelona, between the counties of Anoia, Baix de Llobregat and Bages, which makes it an ideal place to make an excursion from the city of Barcelona. Also known as the magic mountain, Montserrat is the most significant rock massif for the Catalans due to its unique rocks and because La Moreneta, the famous Black Virgin of Montserrat, patron saint of Catalonia (Spain) that attracts hundreds of pilgrims every year. If you visit this 1,236-meter-high mountain, you will find the sanctuary and Benedictine monastery of Montserrat which houses the famous Virgin and from where you can enjoy spectacular views.
The Virgin of Montserrat or Moreneta, is a Romanesque wooden carving dating from the 12th century. It is located in the sanctuary of Montserrat, in Catalonia, an autonomous community of Spain. She is known as the "Moreneta" (the brunette) or the Black Virgin, due to the dark color of her face and hands, which is due to the transformation of the varnish over the years. This Holy Image is a carving of the Virgin of Montserrat with the Child Jesus sitting on her lap. With her right hand, the Virgin holds a sphere, symbolizing the cosmos, creation and perfect volume. The child Jesus holds a pineapple in his left hand, a symbol of fertility and perennial life, while with his right he blesses. Legend has it that in the year 880, on a Saturday night on the mountain of Montserrat, some little shepherds saw a great light come down from the sky accompanied by a beautiful melody. The following Saturday they returned with their parents and this event was repeated for four more Saturdays. The Bishop saw this vision and organized a visit in which they found the image of the Virgin, they say in a cave. The Bishop wanted to move it to Manresa, the municipality where he was but, miraculously, when trying to remove the image, it became so heavy that he could not move it. So, following the will of the Virgin, he had a chapel created for her on the mountain of Montserrat. Every year, on April 27, the Feast of the Virgin of Montserrat is celebrated with folkloric acts such as castellers, orchestras, sardanas... This festivity is preceded by the celebration of the Eve the day before , on April 26, when the Sanctuary is filled with young people in an atmosphere of friendship and brotherhood with musical performances, chants, readings and the celebration of the Eucharist of the Vesper.
The abbey of Montserrat is located on the mountain of Montserrat, in Catalonia. It has a monastery, sanctuary and hostel. This monastery is a place of pilgrimage as it houses the patron saint of Catalonia, the Virgin of Montserrat, popularly known as La Moreneta, and one of the most famous virgins in all of Spain for its dark color and the legends that it hides. The image of the virgin was found in the year 880, according to legend, in a mountain cave, although the first documented mention of it was years later, in 888. It seems It may be that the monastery had four chapels inhabited by hermits: Santa María, San Acisclo, San Pedro and San Martín, of which only that of San Acisclo remains. It was in 1025 when the Abbot of Ripoll and Bishop of Vic founded the monastery of Montserrat and in the 12th and 13th centuries when the new Romanesque church and carving of the current Virgin were built.
The Montsec Astronomical Park (P.A.M.) is an observation center of the Universe located in the municipality of Áger, in the province of Lleida that takes advantage of the unique characteristics of the Montsec sky for astronomical observation. This observation center has three structures: the central building, where the reception, administration and permanent exhibition are located; Ull del Montsec, a unique facility in the world as it is, at the same time, a digital 3D multimedia planetarium and a platform for direct observation of the sky, and the telescope park, a space made up of three buildings with an observation dome, three automatic telescopes, a coelostat to observe the sun and a set of portable telescopes where you can contemplate the sky. Hours according to season:
Hours from February 18 to March 27, 2022
Friday and weekdays on the eve of a holiday, from 6:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Saturdays and bank holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Sundays and holidays, from 11 :00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Schedule from April 1 to June 30, 2022
Fridays and weekdays on the eve of a holiday, from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Saturdays and long weekends between holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Sundays and holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Special Holy Week hours (from April 9 to 19, 2022)
Monday to Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Easter Monday, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.: 00 h
Hours from July 1 to September 11, 2022
Tuesday, from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Wednesday to Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. h
Schedule from September 12 to November 30, 2022
Friday and weekdays on the eve of a holiday, from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Saturdays and bridges between holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Sundays and holidays , from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Schedule from December 1 to 18, 2022
Friday and weekdays on the eve of a holiday, from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Saturdays and bridges between holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sundays and holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Christmas hours (From December 27 to January 8, 2023)
On opening days, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Closed on 24, 25, 26 and December 31, 2022 and January 1, 5 and 6, 2023
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