Refugi 307 - bomb shelter 307

Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 169, 08004, Barcelona
Nearest Metro
Parallel L3
City District
Sants-Montjuic: El Poble-sec
+34 932562122
Refugio 307 de Poble-sec. Air-raid shelter 307 in Poble Sec district of Barcelona. Called "Refugio Antibombas" in Spanish. This is one of more than one thousand bomb shelters from the Spanish civil war when Barcelona became the first city ever to suffer indiscriminate aerial bombings. The first bombs were dropped on 13 February 1937 and was the first of 192 bombardments by Franco's army. In March 1937 the area of Poble Sec was bombed and Refugio 307 was built. 1400 other bomb shelters were built during a two year period in Barcelona Refugio 307 is the only one that has been restored and that is open to the public on a regular basis. 

Admission fee:

Opening times:
From Monday to Saturday: only open to groups with advance reservations.
Sundays: guided tours for general public
At 10.30 am, in english
At 11.30 am, in spanish
At 12.30 am, in catalan
Limited number of places available. Please reserve in advance.
Closed on all public holidays

Tuesday, 05 December 2023