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What to do in Barcelona this July

From a month-long festival of dance and music to Asian-inspired steamed buns, Barcelona offers plenty to enjoy this month

Isabella Redmond Styles
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Isabella Redmond Styles,

Grec Festival de Barcelona
This month-long celebration of the performing arts, which runs from 1 July to 31 July, offers visitors the chance to enjoy dance, theatre, music and even circus acts at venues throughout the city, including the extraordinary Teatre Grec outdoor theatre in the Montjuïc area.

For more information, visit http://www.lameva.barcelona.cat/grec

Discover Parisian fashion house Céline’s much-coveted minimalist style at the brand’s Passeig de Gràcia store – its first boutique in Barcelona.

Céline, Passeig de Gràcia 91, 08008 Barcelona, +34 93 467 3088

Garcia Madrid
Garcia Madrid, a Spanish menswear label to know, has opened its first Barcelona store. In addition to the brand’s main collection, the boutique offers personalisation and tailoring services.

Garcia Madrid, Carrer de València 300, 08009 Barcelona, +34 93 467 3109

This concept store is a multi-brand clothing boutique and also houses a gallery, bookshop, café and restaurant. Visit for Sunday brunch and allow plenty of time to explore.

Wer-Haus, Carrer d’Arago 287, 08009 Barcelona, +34 93 515 0298

Bao Bar
Take a break from traditional tapas with a meal at Michelin-starred chef Paco Perez’s Bao Bar. The Asian-inspired menu includes steamed buns stuffed with crab or wagyu beef.

Bao Bar, Plaça del Camp 5, 08022 Barcelona, +34 69 140 3599



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