Monday to Saturday: from 9 am to 8 pm
Sunday and Holidays: from 9 am to 2.30 pm
Closed on 25 and 26 December and 1 and 6 January
January 5, from 9 am to 5 pm; December 24 and 31, from 9 am to 2.30 pm
Palau Robert presents the exhibition ‘Testimonis de l'oblit # 2’ (Witnesses of Oblivion) which rescues from oblivion four of the major humanitarian crises of our times: the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Niger, Ethiopia and Colombia, with photos by Juan Carlos Tomasi and texts by Martín Caparrós, Santiago Roncagliolo, Laura Restrepo and Manuel Rivas.
This itinerary allows you to enjoy exceptional panoramic views of the L'Alt Empordà region. First, going from the Mas Ventós to the hermitage of Sant Onofre, from where you can see an extensive landscape of the Empordà plain and the Bay of Roses; then, crowning the summit of Sant Salvador Saverdera, from where the eastern ends of the Pyrenees are dominated, presided over the majestic Canigó, the entire Sierra de Rodes, the beautiful bay of Port de la Selva, the Cap de Creus massif and, north, the sister lands of the Rosselló.
Palau Robert is putting on an exhibition of the internationally renowned Catalan illustrator Carme Solé Vendrell to celebrate her 50 years of professional achievements, characterised by her defence of children’s rights.
Palau Robert is dedicating an exhibition to summer classical music concerts, providing an overview of a unique and important cultural phenomenon in Catalonia, with more than 50 festivals across the country that speak of a society and a culture at a difficult time.
The travelling exhibition ‘The Light of Catalonia. A journey through our talent’, organised by the Welcome Talent Society, focusing on brilliant Catalans and their national and international impact, will be on show at Espai Catalunya Europa, the Delegation of the Government of Catalonia to the European Union in Brussels (Rue de la Loi /Wetstraat, 227) from 17 April.