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Very interesting the ambient that is around and best films in BCN. It is a must in BCN before go... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2018
Oscar C
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Cines Verdi is one of the few cinemas in Barcelona where you can watch films in original version... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2018
Andrea H
Barcelona, Spain
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Reviewed 16 August 2015

It may be perverse to want to watch English language films when you're travelling in a foreign country, but sometimes I find I need downtime and just to listen to my own language. Plus, sometimes, when it's just too hot to be out and about and you find that the idea of yet another cafe or restaurant is not appealing (and you start to be conscious of those pending extra kilos), and you definitely do not want to go back to your apartment and stagnate, going to the cinema is an ideal thing to do.

And this cinema is great. It offers a great range of arthouse films. It's cheap. It's situated in Gracia, where there are great eating places nearby – and fortuitously only two streets from our apartment. Check out the current program at: www.cines-verdi.com/barcelona

Date of experience: May 2015
2  Thank Helen B
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Reviewed 12 January 2015 via mobile

Great place to see English speaking films.

Stumbled on this place in the trendy Garcia 'village in a city' area. Full to brimming on a Monday night with young and old. Dead cheap, and loads of places to eat nearby.
Great place. Wouldn't watch a film anywhere else.
Only criticism was seats were placed in narrow column rather than broad circle

2  Thank Clicelillie
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Reviewed 4 January 2015

They always have good movies from around the world here in the original language with subtitles in Spanish. Five different theaters here, and four more at the Verdi Park, directly behind on Carrer Torrijos. There'll surely be something you want to see.

The location is in the heart of the Graica neighborhood, filled with bars, shopping, restarurants, and nightlife, a much safer, cheaper, and more authentic área tan the Ciutat Vella.

If you have nothing else to do and feel like essing a movie, this is the place to go. You can't beat the neighborhood.You might make a trip up to Gracia with a movie at the Verdi as the centerpiece. Very popular among locals, it's been heere for 30 years and it's a Barcelona institution.

Date of experience: December 2014
2  Thank johnchappell2014
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Reviewed 16 December 2014

This cinema showing all original language (VO) films is of course great for those of us who sadly can't speak much Spanish or Catalan. It's in the very nice Gracia nighbourhood, take the metro to Fontana, go immediately left and walk though to Verdi Street. It's then just just down to the right. It looks quite small from the outside but the main screen 1 is surprisingly large with modern facilities.

Date of experience: December 2014
1  Thank Travelfromessex
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Reviewed 2 August 2013 via mobile

The Verdi cinemas are known for having been offering V.O. films for a long time. It's a very interesting place to go watch a film, it's usually packed with hipsters who give the cinema an intellectual look.

1  Thank gegege15813
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