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Social Activities -
On Sunday afternoon after the conference finishes, participants have the possibility to experience Barcelona and the Spanish culture from a different angle.

While participants are kindly asked to pay for these social activities individually, EHDN provides a list of possible options for guided cultural tours.

Registration for these social activities is open until July 31, 2014.

In order to register for any of these guided tours through Barcelona, please visit the following link:
Social Activities Booking

Participants will be forwarded to the direct registration link of "España Incoming & Incentives" - the Destination Management Company organising the guided tours.

Please note, EHDN will not reimburse the cost for these activities.

1. Artistic Barcelona - Antoní Gaudí

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On this tour, participants have the opportunity to see Barcelona through the eyes of the famous architect Antoní Gaudí.

Once said to be crazy, he is nowadays celebrated as a great artist. His work significantly contributed to the urban image of Barcelona. On this cultural journey participants will see his most popular buildings in more detail.

2. Discover The Secrets of Barcelona

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This tour gives participants the chance to fully experience the Catalan culture.
Starting in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, people will be guided through historical streets discovering hidden treasures, stories and anecdotes of the city.
Participants will be introduced to drinking wine from the “Porrón”, one of the most famous Catalan traditions. A Porrón is a traditional glass pitcher, typical for Catalonia.
Diving into the bustling everyday life of Barcelona, the tour also visits La Boquería – one of the most spectacular food markets in Europe. Here, participants can enjoy the rich colouring of the market stands and feel the lively atmosphere.

3. Camp Nou Football Stadium

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For those interested in football, a visit to the Camp Nou is an absolute must. The FC Barcelona, winner of the Champions League 2009 and 2011, is currently not only one of Europe’s best football teams but also plays in the biggest football stadium in Europe. With a total capacity of 98.918 people, the Camp Nou is a stadium well worth the visit.
During this tour participants will see the impressive football field as well as hidden corners of the stadium, such as the changing facilities, the press room and the VIP lounge.

In the museum participants can learn interesting facts about the history of the club and see their trophies. Get into the football spirit!