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Barcelona Summer Cinemas

Outdoor cinema in Barcelona during summer time


Barcelona is renowned for its year-round entertainment options, but one experience that stands out, especially during the summer, is the city’s outdoor cinemas. Whether you’re seeking a delightful family outing or a romantic date, watching a movie in the beautiful city of Barcelona is an unforgettable memory. There are multiple outdoor cinema festivals in Barcelona throughout the summer, each offering a variety of films ensuring a diverse selection of films that can cater to different tastes. From classic favorites to contemporary releases, you’re bound to discover a film that captures your interest. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Barcelona and create lasting moments with your loved ones. 


The Five Cinemas

The first of these festivals is Sala Montjuïc, taking place at the picturesque Montjuïc Castle. This outdoor cinema is especially enjoyable as a live band performs on stage before the start of the movie. Taking place three nights a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, each week is a different artist and a different film with an entrance fee of only 7,50€. To stay updated on the movies and bands scheduled for Sala Montjuïc this summer, you can find more information on their official website. Prepare yourself for an enchanting experience as you enjoy great films and live music at Montjuïc Castle in Barcelona!

Another fantastic summer cinema in Barcelona that you’re sure to love is Cinema Lluire-Barceloneta, located on Sant Sebastià beach. This open-air cinema offers a delightful combination of beachside relaxation, stunning sunsets, and captivating films. Swim, watch the sunset, and then settle in for an enjoyable movie experience. Watch on any Thursday or Sunday evening in July or early August, and read up on which of your favorite films are showing for Cinema Lluire-Barceloneta.

The other three film festivals are located at Fort Pienc Civic Center, the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, and a city park on Upper Diagonal Avenue. Each of these festivals offers a diverse selection of film genres, and they are known for their affordable entrance prices, variety of film genres, and low entrance prices.

By the end of the summer, you could catch a film at all 5 locations. Don’t forget to pack chairs, blankets, and snacks! Entertainment is never more than a hop, skip, and a jump away in Barcelona!

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