Verdi HD

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The five-screen Verdi and Verdi Park, its four-screen annexe on the next street, have transformed this corner of Gràcia with a diverse programme of independent, mainly European and Asian cinema. At peak times, chaos reigns; arrive early and make sure you don't confuse the line to enter for the line to buy tickets.

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Venue name: Verdi HD
Contact:
Address: Verdi, 32
Gràcia
Barcelona
08012
Opening hours: Various sessions and times
Transport: Fontana (M: L3)
Price: €8 (Tue-Fri), €4.50 (Mon), €7 (reductions), €9 (Sat, Sun, holidays, including the night before holidays), €6 (matinee)
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