Located on the rooftop of the stylish Pulitzer Hotel, the Pulitzer Vermouth takes place every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from October to April. For those not familiar with the drink, vermouth is a fortified wine traditionally drunk with friends at weekends, during what is referred to a vermuteo. However there’s nothing old-fashioned about this event as it features a different DJ every weekend, attracting some of the hottest names on the local scene.
Pulitzer Hotel, Carrer de Bergara, 8, Barcelona +34 934 81 67 67
Formerly known as Brunch Electronik, this is one of the coolest events to take place in city on Sundays from Spring to Autumn. Combining street food trucks, designer stalls and some of the best electronic music DJs of the moment, Brunch In – regularly sells out so be sure to book your tickets in advance. In summer time you’ll find Brunch in the park taking place in the Gardens of Joan Brossa on the slopes of Montjuïc, while during spring and autumn Brunch in the City takes place in the life-size model village the Poble Espanyol.
El Poble Espanyol, Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, Barcelona +34 935 08 63 00
Every Sunday many of the city’s museums offer free access to their permanent exhibition from 3pm. This includes the MNAC – National Museum of Art of Catalonia, home to the single largest collection of Catalan art in the world, the Virreina Centre de la Imatge, a contemporary museum dedicated to all form of audio-visual art, and the CCCB – Barcelona’s cutting-edge centre for contemporary culture. If you happen to be around on the first Sunday of the month, most of the participating museums are free all day.
For a list of participating museums see here.