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Observatorio Fabra, Barcelona

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  • A Sunday morning we decided to make a visit to the Observatori Fabra, which is one of those places that if you live in Barcelona you know it exists and see it very often being located at the foot of Tibidabo, however not recaes never in that it can be very interesting visit him. As it was, in the end we decided to go one day and we were really surprised the business offering the same scientists. In our case we it did Alfons, and was spectacular. Their explanations we were into the past of Barcelona, who, how and why was this Observatory. Later visits different areas and even the main telescope of the dome. Astronomy, meteorology and seismology are three areas of work of this team of scientists who continue to work in this building today. It is a highly recommended and also very cheap, since it only costs €2 per person. Frankly, do not miss.
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  • I went to an evening to see the full moon, announced with an aperitif. (Chips and little else) very very poor aperitif with a glass of cava. It was a terrible cold and there was no heating, waiting for all overseas to open. The tour of the Observatory was very interesting, but the observation by the telescope of the moon itself disappointing. Only a few seconds per person to watch, and they just told us that when it was worse was in full moon, which was when he had programmed the experience. In general you'll pleased to have seen something new and curious, but with the feeling of missing something else.
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  • Pointed to a G-ASTRONOMICAL experience and expectations were not met. We buy (Letsbonus) €56.80 and in return receive a correct single menu (curd, hake and pork, more dessert), and climatology subtracted us the plus of the scientific spectacle: the talk was suspended and the dome was not opened. Views of spectacular and little more by this time. If they offer you dinner with stars and they neither overlook = disappointment.
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  • You can see the moon... and amazing views of the city. A real piece of living history!
  • Gardens and Viewpoint open free Sunday 11 am - 2 pm. Guided tours inside €2 at 11 and 12:30. Other visits can be arranged.
  • Very nice little observatory with incredible views to the city.
  • Dinner here is amazing. It is a charming place and very special. Perfect for couples. At dinner we included a visit to the Observatory and we even look through the telescope! I will always remember the day I met the star bideo ^^
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  • A place with lots of history. Notable summer meals in the fresh air
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