Les Corts Cementery

Cementiris de Barcelona

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General information

Cementery Opening hours
From Monday to Sunday:
8.00 to 18.00

Office hours

This office will remain closed from the 15:00 hours of July 13th until Sunday, 15th included.

From Monday to Friday:
8.00 to 14.00 and 15:30 to 17:00
From Saturday to Sunday:
8.00 to 17:30

Address and telephone number
Avda. Joan XXIII, 3-15
08028 Barcelona
Tel. 934.841.992
comunicacio@cbsa.cat

Cultural Visiting hours

Free guided visit
1st Saturday of each month

Telephone
934 841 999

Additional information
Map of the cemetery

Public transport

Buses
7. Daily (Diagonal Mar – Zona Universitària)
33. Daily (Zona Universitària – Verneda)
54. Daily (Estació del Nord – Campus Nord)
74. Daily (Zona Universitària – Fabra i Puig)
113. Daily (Av. Joan XXIII – Barri de la Mercè)
L12. Daily (Pl. Reina Mª. Cristina – Cornellà de Llobregat)
L97. Daily (Pl. Reina Mª. Cristina – Castelldefels)

Metro
Line 3. Mª. Cristina station (exit Pl. Reina Mª. Cristina)

Guided tour in Les Corts Cemetery

CBSA has organized a new guided tour of Les Corts Cemetery. This free tour will take place every Saturday at 11:00 a.m.

The tour will visit the tombs of well-known people from the area of sports, the arts, culture and society. Among there is the tomb of the actor and comedian Joan Capri; Paulino Alcántara, Josep Samitier, César Rodríguez, Estanislau Basora, Ladislao Kubala and Javier Urruticoechea all Football Club Barcelona players; the 19th century arquitects as Frederic Marès and Antoni Batlle, one of the pioneers of modern European photojournalism.

LES CORTS CEMENTERY ROUTE

1st Saturday of each month
11.00 h, catalan

Telephone: 934 841 999

History

The cemetery is divided into eight sections which contain a mixture of niches, tombs and monumental graves. The chapel is found in the middle of the central area.

Opened to the public on 4 October 1897, this is a simple cemetery which was built to cater for the needs of the then-independent town of Les Corts.

Nowadays, along with that of Sant Andreu, it is one of the city’s most visited and popular cemeteries.

Sepultures

The cemeteries of Barcelona are spaces of memory and tranquility. Cementiris de Barcelona has tombs available to the different cemeteries of the city.

Services at Les Corts cementery

Cementiris de Barcelona is funerary company owned by the City of Barcelona. Our objectives are to bring the management of cemeteries and all their activity to users, improve customer service and provide quality services.

Events/Routes

As paradoxical as it seems, knowing death and its cultural and social manifestations is a good window into the life of any society. Aiming to help people see cemeteries as places full of history and life.

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