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Ajuntament de Barcelona, Barcelona

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  • Located on Plaça de Sant Jaume. I think this is the town hall. There is a very interesting hall inside.  more »
  • Barcelona’s City Hall, the Ajuntament, is open to the public for free on Sunday mornings (10am to 1pm when we went). It is well worth making time to visit. The Ajuntament is a working city hall that o...  more »
  • usually you can not visit the city hall, but for Santa Eulalia they opened the doors and there was a loooong queue to get in and walk through the assembly halls and the mayors office. However, I found...  more »
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  • The first word when visited Barcelona was Freedom ,the City of people I knew before ,the kindness ,the friendly manners when they guided me to find my way lost in a wonderfull City with so many to see and record in my mind..The description of places after all are in the guides and each native of the City is like native Athenians that help you guide you even come with you if you don't understand the language and that's Freedom that means you love humans without expecting not even a thank you...
  • You can see some cool 3D projections on the building if you are lucky.
  • A symbolic open plaza always filled with tourists. Big and seasonal events do happen here time to time.
  • I went to the Barca - Sevilla Supercopa 2016 match in Camp Nou and I was very disaponted about the public transportation organisation after the match. No metro, few night buses and taxis. I think is not possible such a poor management when it were 72.000 people that wants to go home. In these rare situations I think it could not be a problem to let some important metro lines open 3 hours after the match finish and to opertates more buses. We buy tickets for FC Barcelona, which is also the municipalty team, and for this reason we request more respect.
  • Open for special occasions, the inside of the this building is simply wonderful. Full of intricate chandeliers and epic paintings.