Cinesa Heron City 3D

Cinemas Nou Barris
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Cinema in 3-D.

Venue name: Cinesa Heron City 3D
Contact:
Address: Passeig d'Andreu Nin, s/n
Nou Barris
Barcelona
08016
Opening hours: Various sessions and times
Transport: Sant Andreu (M: L1); Llucmajor (M: L4)
Price: €9; Wed & midnight sessions €6.80; Sat, Sun €9.20
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