Between the famous Paseo de Gràcia and the Gothic Quarter you will find the Teatro Borràs. Founded in 1931, this theatre located on the Plaza de Urquinaona is a key point of the theatrical and cinematographic (because it was also a cinema) panorama of Barcelona. This theatre belongs to the Balaña Group, who responsible for having kept the flame of theatre alive in the city of Barcelona since 1943.
Don’t be fooled: it might not be the biggest theatre that you’ll see, but the billboard it offers is very varied, designed for the most demanding theatre specialists (in the good sense). In addition, the layout of their seats gives complete visibility to all spectators.
After what we have told you, we wouldn’t be surprised if you were thinking of going to see a good play in this emblematic area of Barcelona. But…stop right there! Instead of heading out in the wild without having the slightest clue on where to park your car, we invite you to check out our directory of car parks in the District of Eixample. We bet you anything that you can book your parking space near the Teatro Borrás, and avoiding having to deal with the irritating green and blue zones that have invaded Barcelona ;)
The Teatro Borràs forms a key part of the cultural scene in the District of Eixample in Barcelona. Among the many actors and comedians, there are the likes of Albert Prat, Lluís Homar, David Guapo or Juan Amodeo who bring their ‘savoir-faire’ on the stage. This theatre is also known for its comfort, with its cozy armchairs and its famous min-bar making the spectators feeling at home since 1931.
Yes, we already know that you love theatre and you are thinking about what time the play starts, but wait a moment, and check out the area where it is located. We're telling you this because the Teatro Borràs has an exceptional location, easy for taking a stroll around Plaza de Cataluña or a good around the streets of the Gothic Quarter.
In addition, what is great about this theatre is the amount of cultural activities you can do, before or after the show. Without going any further, less than 10 minutes on foot you have many of the most symbolic places in the city. Of course, there's no better way to get there than by looking for a car park in the centre of Barcelona. Tip: before or after the performance, don't miss visits to the Barcelona Cathedral, the Palau de la Música and the Barcelona History Museum. In short, if you want to catch up on art and culture, parking near the Teatro Borràs is an ideal option.