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This venue is the base of a Foundation dedicated to the help of medical research, the dissemination of Christianity and the study of the most important collection of antique furniture in Europe.
It has this venue dedicated as a pharmaceutical laboratory, belonging to the outstanding doctor and pharmaceutical pioneer Ramón Pla Armengol, who dedicated the building to the production of drugs to combat tuberculosis, a business with which it generated great success.

Exiled during the Civil War, the building, as well as its activity, will go to the hands of his daughter, Dr. Nuria Pla. At the same time, Nuria’s passion for culture and the arts led her to start what would become the incredible collection of furniture and decorative art objects, with more than 800 pieces from the 14th to the 19th centuries. Let’s take a trip to the past of our pharmaceutical history with one of the most outstanding families of twentieth-century Barcelona, without forgetting the hidden secrets that each artistic piece of the house hides.

The wide variety of rooms can accommodate corporate events of different nature, excellence and uniqueness as premier reference: presentations, breakfast and dinners, conferences, commercials, fashion shows, recordings, weddings, press conferences, etc.

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Located in one of the most important neoclassical buildings of Barcelona stands the spectacular anatomical amphitheater built by Ventura Rodriguez which was used for the training of surgeons. The history of this building is linked to medicine with names like Pere Virgili, Antoni Gimbernat or Santiago Ramon y Cajal.

The wide variety of rooms can accommodate corporate events of different nature, excellence and uniqueness as premier reference: presentations, breakfast and dinners, conferences, commercials, fashion shows, recordings, weddings, press conferences, etc.

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This Palace of Barcelona is listed as a Cultural Asset of National Interest. Located near the Church of St. Just, in the Gothic district, it used to be the largest residential building in the city during medieval times. It belonged to one of the most important Catalan nobility.

The original construction from the 13th century was build in the wake of the Roman wall from the 3rd century, using one of the towers. The current building comes from reform and expansion in the 15th century when it became property of Galcerà Requesens.

From the 13th-century original’s construction, the Gothic structure has been preserved as well as the mullioned windows. The palace is built around a large courtyard with an open staircase that leads to the main floor. The last major restoration the completed in 1970.

Since 1917 is the headquarters of the Royal Academy of fine arts, an institution that promotes knowledge of history and literature.

The wide variety of rooms can accommodate corporate events of different nature, excellence and uniqueness as premier reference: presentations, breakfast and dinners, conferences, commercials, fashion shows, recordings, weddings, press conferences, etc.

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This venue, located to the city center of Barcelona, stands in an admirable Building of 1923 of a modern construction but at the same time majestic medieval aspect, formed by institutions dedicated to the promotion of piety and the ecclesiastical liturgy.

The imposing entrance courtyard connects with the Chapel, which is a masterpiece done by the architect Rubió I Bellver, where we can find artworks created by the iconic modernist artist Josep Llimona. Come and discover the history and heritage of this institution.

The wide variety of rooms can accommodate corporate events of different nature, excellence and uniqueness as premier reference: presentations, breakfast and dinners, conferences, commercials, fashion shows, recordings, weddings, press conferences, etc.

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This venue, located in Tibidabo mountain, is a unique and emblematic space in the city, from its beginnings, it works around three areas: Astronomy, Meteorology, and Seismology.

The Astronomical area is dedicated to little planets and comets astrometry within the framework of international programs.

The Meteorological area studies in detail the local climatology. The Seismic area intervenes in the world seismology, but particularly in the regional seismicity.

This venue belongs to the Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona (RACAB). Built thanks to a legacy of Mr. Camil Fabra Fontaills, first Marquis of Alella, and inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII in 1904. The building was designed by the modernist architect Josep Domènech and Estepà.

This astronomic observatory is the fourth most antique that is still active.

The wide variety of rooms can accommodate corporate events of different nature, excellence and uniqueness as premier reference: presentations, breakfast and dinners, conferences, commercials, fashion shows, recordings, weddings, press conferences, etc.

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Located on the historical site of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, this building is managed by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institutions like the Fundació UAB, UAB Idiomes Barcelona, the Fundació Ageing&Health and the Institut de Ciències de l’Educació de la UAB, all have their headquarters here.

This venue offers a variety of spaces for the organization of conferences, conventions, meetings, seminars, courses and other events. Fully endowed with all necessary services and equipment, the building also has its own restaurant and catering service.

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Description

This venue was supposed to be an ephemeral architectural exhibit for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, but it became an emblematic place in the city thanks to the success.

It is the dream of any capital: to enjoy the tranquility of a small village.  Just a footstep away from the central Plaza de España and surrounded by the greenness of Montjuïc hill. All Spain in 49,000 m2 and 117 full-size buildings: from the “A” of Avila to the “Z” of Zamora, this museum of Spain’s local architecture recreates in the fresh air and sunshine the country’s always, squares and gardens.

The Ajuntament is located in the main square of the venue. On the outside, the Renaissance arcades of this Aragonese town hall offer an open, but protected, space for drinks and receptions.

Within, the magnificent paneled ceiling and wooden gallery of the great hall of the former Palau de la Generalitat Valenciana create a majestic setting for gala dinners, banquets, exhibitions and all manner of cultural and institutional events.

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Description

This venue was supposed to be an ephemeral architectural exhibit for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona, but it became an emblematic place in the city thanks to the success.

It is the dream of any capital: to enjoy the tranquility of a small village. Just a footstep away from the central Plaza de España and surrounded by the greenness of Montjuïc hill. All Spain in 49,000 m2 and 117 full-size buildings: from the “A” of Avila to the “Z” of Zamora, this museum of Spain’s local architecture recreates in the fresh air and sunshine the country’s allways, squares and gardens.

A true architectural jigsaw, this complex succeeds in creating an archetypal Catalan Romanesque monastery using reproductions from several such buildings. Surrounded by gardens offering beautiful views of Barcelona, the Monastery of Sant Miquel
has a chapel, a cloister and a room for banquets or meetings. The complex can be hired either as
a whole or in part, and has a separate entrance.

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Description

You want history?  Here is 564 years of it, right in the centre of Barcelona in its Plaça Universitat, no less. A top-ranked university in a building as awe-inspiring as the story behind it.  Quite literally unlike any other building you will have used to host an event, you will be hard pushed to top it.

Facts

  • Both historical and modern spaces available.
    • Perfect for corporative events
    • Its Paranimf Room is an architectural jewel for any kind of conference.

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Description

This venue is a building designed by the modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Located in a commercial and financial zone in the Barcelona Eixample area.

Facts

  • After being closed to the public for more than 100 years, the venue finally opened its doors.
  • Declared a historical monument by UNESCO, this venue is one of the most emblematic buildings in Barcelona.
  • Indoor and outdoor spaces to hold multiple types of events.