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- Posted:Friday, June 4, 2010
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The event takes place on July 1st until the 5th and should be a low-cost affair if you manage to find a cheap hostel in Barcelona to stay in for the duration - and the display itself is free to go to, so you can't get much better than that.
If you get there and hear people go on about the Dies de Danza then you're on the right lines because that is what the attraction, which forms part of the Grec Festival in the Spanish city, is also known as.
It takes place in various locations around the city so you might want to choose a Barcelona hostel that is fairly central so that you don't have to go too far to see a particular show.
One of the venues that I bet you will love no matter how far away, is the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona. This is a must-see if you're heading to the Spanish city to watch the dancing.
It is an extremely impressive structure and was actually created by American architect Richard Meier, who combined straight and curved lines to ensure there was plenty of illumination which is able to seep through the large skylights on the building.
Perhaps you might want to book a hostel in Barcelona close to this wonderful structure so that you can be near it everyday while you're in the superb city.
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