L’Academia (Carrer Lledó 1 – near metrostation Jaume I)
This restaurant is not known among tourists and that might be exactly reason it is so popular with the locals. They serve deliciously fresh Catalan dishes. The restaurant looks more expensive than it actually is and it has an overall romantic and intimate atmosphere, also thanks to the beautiful old buildings surrounding the property. The tuna carpaccio is a recommendation well deserved.
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Festival de Flamenco (19th-22nd May – CCCB Centre de Cultura Contemporànea de Barcelona)
This Flamenco-festival is full of dance and music. Originated in the south of Spain, Flamenco(dance) can also be found in great quantities in Barcelona. If you are interested in learning the finesse of Flamenco, you should try one of many cafés in the Ciutat Vella (old city).
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Infancia (la Caixa Forum – until the 29th of May)
The exhibition, organized by UNICEF and Fundación "la Caixa",to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, is highlighted through photographs of Isabel Muñoz taken on four continents. "We are not the problem, we are the solution," a group of children said at the United Nations Special Session for Children, in 2002.
In 1989 the Convention on the Rights of the Child were defined.They are the basic human rights that relate to children anywhere and in any situation. All rights that are defined in the Convention are inherent to human dignity and to ensure the development of children.
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