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This was a very interesting and informative tour. There are over 1,000 bomb shelters in Barcelona dating back to the Spanish Civil War in the 1930's. This hidden history was reveled quite recently. It is very important to see and hear the stories of the...More
Refugi 307 is a bomb shelter constructed and used by the people of Barri Poble Sec during the Civil War. It is only open Sundays, with tours in English at 10:30 a.m. Very informative and brings the history of the neighbourhood to life.
Travelled with my 12 year old son. Went on the English tour, which was restricted to a small number. The lady taking the tour was clearly passionate about this part of history, and had interviewed people that had originally used the shelter, which added to...More
Really worth to get an idea even if only in an hour of what the civil war produced and the after match of it as well. The guide spoke very (too?) fast and as soon as he was out he was onto another tour.
It's highly recommended that you book ahead, you can do so by emailing them (but only between 9-5 Monday to Friday). If, like me, you only discovered this on the weekend you want to visit you can book online on the MUHBA website or risk...More
We took the English guided tour on Sunday 4th Feb, (only open weekends) the very knowledgable clearly spoken guide explained to us the how the Spanish Civil war affected Barcelona and is people. This showed why the local residents built this air raid shelter (series...More
This is not a museum, but rather an old hideout (from the cuvil war) that you have a guide tour in. There is one in English, Spanish and Catalan. I went for the Catalan and I understood the gist as I speak Spanish. I thought...More
Please consider to visit this, it was an extraordinary good experience - and the guide she was extremely good at explaining the Spanish civil war which still seems to be a dark side in then Spanish history. We really recommend you to visit this if...More
We were interested in visiting Refugi 307 but were not able to. The only English tour is at 10:30am on Sunday mornings. Due to the holiday on 24 June in Catalonia, MUHBA sites were closed so we could not make a reservation for Sunday the...More