The Catalan National Art Museum is without a doubt one of Barcelona’s most emblematic buildings. Constructed as the Spanish Pavilion for the 1929 World Expo, MNAC went on to become the home of an impressive collection of Romanic and Art Nouveau works.

It’s stunning Oval Room with a capacity of up to  900  guests for dinner, together with its frescoed Dome Room and its panoramic gastro restaurant Oleum, make if a fantastic option for events of all sizes.

Today, Cristina Arellano, Venue Manager at the venue, will be talking about the added value that MNAC has to offer and will also be reminiscing over some of her favourite all-time favourite events here.

Interview: Cristina Arellano

Video by Rebecca Tuti

Features image by Tobias Weinhold. Unsplash.