Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
Designed by Richard Meier and opened in 1995, MACBA has become the city's foremost contemporary art centre, with captivating exhibitions...
The renovated 400-year-old Convent dels Àngels houses the Capella Macba, where the Macba regularly rotates selections from its permanent...
Good things come in small packages and this dark, teeny cocktail bar confirms the rule. The mostly black decor lures in a largely...
Pla dels Àngels
Just opposite the MACBA, this is a suitably colourful and lively little bistro with brightly painted walls and tightly squeezed tables...
Carrer de Montalegre 5 · interesting places nearby
Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona information
A complex of auditoriums, exhibition spaces and conference halls opened here in 1994 in what had been an 18th-century hospice, the Casa de la Caritat. The courtyard, with a vast glass wall on one side, is spectacular. With 4500 sq metres of exhibition space in four separate areas, the centre hosts a constantly changing program of exhibitions, film cycles and other events.