Renoir Floridablanca

Renoir Floridablanca
Eixample

Renoir-Floridablanca screens up to eight independent, offbeat American, British and Spanish films in original version per day, though note that programming tends towards the worthy.

Venue name: Renoir Floridablanca
Contact:
Address: Floridablanca, 135
Eixample
Barcelona
08015
Opening hours: Various sessions and times
Transport: Urgell (M: L1); Universitat (M: L1, L2)
Price: Mon (not holiday) €6; Tue, Wed, Thu (not holiday) 1st & 4th session €6; Tue-Thu (not holiday) 2nd & 3rd session €7.5; Fri-Sun 1st session €8.50; Fri, Sat other sessions €9; Sun last session €8.50; Sun, holidays other sessions €9; Club Renoir M-F €6; Sat, Sun, holidays 1st session €7; Sun last session €7,50; Tr3sC Card Wed, Thu (not holiday) €6 (two tickets per card); students, over 65s, Carnet Jove Card, Over 25 Card, Fri (not holiday) 1st session €6
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