Cinesa Sant Cugat 3D

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Cinesa Sant Cugat has first-rate technology, featuring Dolby surround sound, large screens with high-quality projection, 3D Digital systems and comfy seats with plenty of space. In addition to programmes for movie-goers, such as their Cinesacard for frequent visitors, they also offer exclusive discounts.

Since November 7, 2014, all the films on in the cinema will be in their original version with subtitles, except for kids' films, which will still be dubbed.

Venue name: Cinesa Sant Cugat 3D
Contact:
Address: Av. Pla del Vinyet, s/n
Sant Cugat del Vallès
08172
Opening hours: Various sessions and times
Transport: Sant Cugat (FGC)
Price: €7.60; Tue €6; 3-D supplement €2.50 + €1.20 glasses
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