El Molino is a Music Hall with over 100 years of history that continues to be an icon on Avenue Parallel in Barcelona. It was formerly known as the “Petit Moulin Rouge” as it brought the original cabaret shows from Paris. Today, it is Barcelona’s Music Hall par excellence, offering some of the city’s very best shows.
Salvador Dali spent an important period of his formative years in the city of Barcelona; however, his links with the Catalan capital are not particularly well known. In our article we explore the influence of Barcelona on his artistic development and look at some interesting facts about this self-proclaimed genius.
Just one hour on the train from Barcelona, Tarragona sits invitingly on the Costa Dorada, and makes for a convenient day trip from the Catalan capital. An ideal destination for history buffs and sunseekers alike, the city is worth taking the time to visit if you find you're at a loose end in Barcelona.