Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, and Joan Miró are just some of the big names whose master pieces can be found hanging on the walls of the Reina Sofía Museum. This museum houses possibly one of the world’s most important painting collections of the 20th century.
As a Shareholders Community member, you'll enjoy a discounted membership fee for the Reina Sofía Museum's Association of Friends of €40 during the first year that will give you access to benefits such as:
Are you a fan of contemporary art? If so, now's your chance to become an "Amigo DUAL" (dual friend) of MACBA for a special price: 50% off the MACBA Amics card, for just €25 when you show your Repsol Shareholder's card at the museum. This will give you and one other person access to enjoy:
If there is a symbol that makes Bilbao renowned the world over, it's the Guggenheim. The building, designed by Frank Gehry and considered a landmark of architecture of the third millennium, houses some of the best art of our time. Through both its permanent collection and the temporary exhibitions, the museum strives to offer the most global and complete vision as possible of the most current and innovative trends.
The Prado Museum is home to a shared heritage, full of artistic treasures of universal importance. It is undoubtedly one of the most important galleries in the world.
In collaboration with the Repsol Foundation, we are offering every shareholder the chance to become a Friend of the Museum at a fantastic price: €60/year for the cardholder (general public pay €95) and €35/year for family members.
Advantages of being a Friend of the Prado Museum:
Visit the spectacular area of the Bages mountains (Barcelona) to witness one of Spain’s most beautiful Benedictine monasteries: the Montserrat Abbey. With Repsol en Acción, you have the chance to discover the secrets of the abbey and the surrounding area through the best guides. You will also enjoy a live performance of the Salve and Vitriol songs sung by the unparalleled voices of the Escolanía boys choir.
If you are a member of our Community, you now have the unique opportunity to see for yourself what is hidden behind the doors of this iconic building, which has witnessed the Company grow and prosper since it was floated on the stock exchange in 1989. Completed in 1893, it is an impressive building both from the outside (with its 216 foot facade) and from within (over 35 thousand square feet), and one of the busiest trading rooms in the world.
Located in the Gothic Casa Llotja de Mar in the Catalan capital, this building dates back to the Middle Ages. On May 4th, 1994, a new electronic trading floor was opened at the Barcelona Stock Exchange, a natural financial meeting point in Barcelona.
Gran Teatre del Liceu is the oldest and most prestigious active theaters in Barcelona and is thought to be one of the most important opera houses in the world.
Now, thanks to Repsol en Acción, you can take an in-depth tour of the theater's foyer, concert hall, and the impressive hall of mirrors.
Built at the beginning of the 20th century, the Palau de la Música Catalana concert hall is one of the most beautiful examples of modernist architecture. So much so that it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997. This impressive building continues to play host to some of the most important names in the world of dance and music of our time.
The caves of the Sierra de Atapuerca represent one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. There are a huge number of active dig sites and countless others waiting to be discovered, with an exceptionally rich fossil record that is invaluable for understanding human evolution in Eurasia over the past 1.5 million years. And all of this can be found in an area covering barely 12 km2.
Atapuerca has provided us with 90% of the world’s human fossil collection dating back over 300,000 years.
Discover more about this ancient profession thanks to guided tours organized by the Basque Country Mining Museum and the El Pobal Ironworks.
On the tour you'll visit mines, explore the collection of artefacts, tools, machines, and documents that have been collected over the years. You'll also watch a documentary about the profession and go up to La Arboleda village to see the miners' homes and learn about how they lived.