El Cap De BarcelonaCurrently Open
- Address: Passeig de Colom, s/n 08003 Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids, Sculpture
El Cap De Barcelona - Review
Cara De Barcelona is one of the most famous attractions and sculptures of Barcelona. Although Cara De Barcelona is a more colloquial name, the real name of this attraction is El Cap De Barcelona. It would really attract people who are into whacky and abstract kind of art. It is basically created by Roy Lichtenstein and is a surrealist sculpture. It was made in the year 1992 and still stands tall attracting people. It is also famously known as the head.
El Cap De Barcelona Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
El Cap De Barcelona Hours
- You can visit the statue any time of the day.
How To reach El Cap De Barcelona by Public Transport
- Nearby Metro station: Barceloneta
- Nearby bus station: Pas SotaMuralla-Via Laietana
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El Cap De Barcelona, Barcelona Reviews
This is a smiling public figurehead which asks only that you gaze upon it and return the favor of a sunny smile. It is possible to sit and enjoy without smiling, however that may be difficult given all the masses taking smiling selfies both with their arms and assisted with selfie-sticks. Spend no more than 20 minutes max but keep the memories for a lifetime. Combine this with a sunny walk on the boardwalk, or perhaps a bike ride.
An interesting sculpture near Barcelona and the yacht port. I do not know what it means, but it's interesting to see.
I like it. It's the one of the symbol of modern Barcelona. The sculpture was created by American artist Roy Lichtenshtein to XXV summer Olimpic Games in Barcelona.
cool spot to hang and take a couple pictures, very close to the beach
Nice statue at the seafront remembering the olympic games at 1992.