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Bikes in Neighborhoods 2002

 
 

Gaudí from our Neighborhood

From March 2002

Bikes in Neighborhoods is a program of bicycle rides around the districts of Barcelona for two purposes: getting to know the possibilities of this means of transportation, and discovering the city’s neighborhoods. The subject of the rides this year will be Gaudí’s works.

Organization: Bicicleta Club de Catalunya (BACC) and Biciclot

Information and registration: Bicicleta Club de Catalunya (BACC)
Verneda, 16-22 | 08018 Barcelona
Tel./Fax 933 077 100 | info@bacc.info | www.bacc.info


Professional Tours Gaudí 2002
March to December 2002

Specialized technical tours related to the Gaudí 2002 conferences organized by the Escola Sert and to the exhibit Gaudí’s Architects held by the Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC).
Every other Saturday (10 am to 2 pm), Gaudí’s buildings and those of the architects who collaborated with him will be visited, with comments on the most outstanding constructional aspects and the restoration techniques used.

Organization: Vocalia de Cultura, Servei d’Itineraris Arquitectònics, and Agrupació per la Defensa del Patrimoni Arquitectònic of the Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Barcelona

Information and registration: Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC)
Plaça Nova, 5 | 08002 Barcelona
Tel. 933 015 000 | itineraris@coac.net | www.coac.net
Limited availability


Following Gaudí’s Footsteps in Les Corts
Urban Itinerary

13.4.2002, 15.6.2002, 14.9.2002
and 16.11.2002

This urban itinerary for groups of fifteen people (young people and adults) will go on various guided tours on foot through the places in the neighborhood of Les Corts connected with Gaudí.

Organization: District of Les Corts with the collaboration of Reial Càtedra Gaudí, the Diputació de Barcelona, and the Royal Palace

Information and registration: Centre Cultural de les Corts
Tel. 932 916 462 | Fax 932 916 464 | www.bcn.es/lescorts

 

 

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