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Barcelona in January is like a box of chocolates with a modernist illustration on the cover: you never know what wonder you'll find around every corner.

In the midst of 2024, anyone who doesn't plan their trips in advance knows that they'll have to rely on the risk of improvisation later on. And no, improvisation doesn't always end well. That's why, even though the Hotel Regina Barcelona boasts a strategic location right in the city center and steps away from the most important tourist attractions, today we want to help you prepare your visit with some of the most appealing plans during these first two months of the year. Barcelona never stops, and this is your passport to the rich array of events that Barcelona has to offer.


Among its cobbled streets and majestic architectural works, there lies a cultural scene so rich and diverse that even Picasso would be amazed. And that's saying something! From the whisper of the leaves in Parc Güell to the bustling noise of the bars in El Raval, here are the six must-do that will make you dance, laugh, reflect, and, why not, fill your Instagram with photos that will shower you with likes.



1. Candlelight: Tribute to Ludovico at the Basílica de Santa María del Pi 

Can you imagine a series of concerts by candlelight in some of Barcelona's most iconic venues? Well, stop imagining, because Candlelight makes it a reality. This January, don't miss the tribute to Ludovico Einaudi at the impressive Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi. It's a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in an intimate and magical musical experience. And this is just the beginning; the series promises tributes to figures like Bad Bunny or La Oreja de Van Gogh. Yes, Bad Bunny, as you read it.



2. Dinner at a Michelin Star Restaurant

Barcelona is a gastronomic paradise, and in 2024, several restaurants have been awarded Michelin Stars (as is customary). From the three-starred Cocina Hermanos Torres to the charming Aleia with one star, there are options for all tastes and budgets. A dinner at one of these establishments is not just a meal, it's a culinary adventure. Check them all out here.



3. Opera at the Gran Teatre del Liceu – Carmen by Georges Bizet

Until January 17th, the Gran Teatre del Liceu presents "Carmen" by Georges Bizet, in the acclaimed production by Calixto Bieito. This opera, with its thrilling mix of love, jealousy, and destiny, is a cultural experience like few others. Immerse yourself in the drama and beauty of this masterpiece in one of Barcelona's most iconic theaters. Get your tickets here.



4. Musical "The Producers" at the Teatre Tívoli – Until February 4th

Get ready to laugh out loud with "The Producers," Mel Brooks' most award-winning musical. Under the direction of the duo Àngel Llácer and Manu Guix, this musical comedy tells the story of two producers trying to get rich with a theatrical failure. It's a unique opportunity to enjoy wit and talent at the Teatre Tívoli, another icon of the city. Buy your tickets here.  



5. Exhibition on Artificial Intelligence at the CCCB

For lovers of technology and innovation, the CCCB presents a fascinating exhibition on artificial intelligence. Explore the history, functioning, creative possibilities, and ethical challenges of AI. How far will we be able to go? It's an interactive and educational experience that will make you reflect on the impact of this technology on our daily lives and the future of humanity.



6. Concert by Sílvia Pérez Cruz (January 20th at the Palau de la Música Catalana)

Finish your cultural tour with the concert by Sílvia Pérez Cruz at the majestic Palau de la Música Catalana. Her unique voice and unmistakable style will take you on an exciting musical journey, perfect for appreciating the diversity and richness of the Catalan music scene.