Yelmo Cines Sant Cugat 3D

Beyond Barcelona

Commercial cinema for the general public with some films in 3-D.

Venue name: Yelmo Cines Sant Cugat 3D
Contact:
Address: Via Augusta, 2-14
Sant Cugat del Vallès
08174
Opening hours: Various sessions and times
Transport: Sant Cugat (FGC)
Price: Under 25 €4.20; over 60 €4.50; kids under 13 €6.80; family ticket €6.80; audience day €6.80; YELMO movie card €6.80; 5-ticket pack €7.30; reductions €7.30; normal (adult) €8.40; 3-D glasses + €1; 3-D supplement €2.50
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