You can enjoy a special Contemporary Art guided night tour in English this Saturday 5 August, as part of the Sitgestiu summer cultural festival that runs through July and August – and enjoy a glass of Cava in the process.
Carrer d’en Bosc, at the heart of the old town, is a closely guarded Sitges jewel, shaped over the centuries by many generations of the town’s residents. Housed behind the walls of some of the buildings that exude all the dignity that only history can give is one of the country’s most important international contemporary art collections: the Stämpfli Foundation, created by Swiss artist Peter Stämpfli and his wife Anna Maria.
Visitors will discover the people and the events behind a very important part of the great small history of this street, and feel the contrast between the personality of the outside and the modernity of the interior, culminating on the terrace of the Foundation, where, under a mantle of stars, a 360º-experience of Sitges awaits.
Tickets are just €12 (with other standard discounts), which includes a glass of Cygnus Giennach Cava, and can be booked by clicking here.
In its 25th anniversary, the ‘Sitgestiu’ festival offers over 30 events and activities that mix music, opera, jazz, family workshops, film screenings, sensory experiences, wine tasting dinners as well as many guided heritage and art tours, among others – and with many events also being offered in English.
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