• Gijón with the Family - Kid’s Play

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    Numerous parks with children’s playgrounds, greenways for walking or cycling, recreational areas, picnic restaurants, entertaining museums that also organise workshops to make the city’s artistic heritage more accessible to its younger visitors... are just some of the resources that families with children can enjoy in Gijón. All this seasoned with a wide-ranging and varied offer in cultural and leisure activities all year round.
  • Small secrets of a big brew

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    Did you know that the ritual of drinking cider, a democratic brew in form, content and price, is of Astur-Celtic origin? This is a small secret that you should keep in mind before initiating the cider ritual.
  • Tickets are available for the ferry linking Poole (UK) and Rosslare (Ireland) with Gijón

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    Tickets are now available for the recently announced and long awaited ferry linking Poole (UK) and Rosslare (Ireland) with Gijón via the Atlantic Arc Sea Motorway.
  • PAWLIKOWSKI “reconquers Gijón" with Ida

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    The decision of the jury of the 51st edition of Gijon International Film Festival that will officially close the curtain tonight during the closing ceremony, when the awards will be hended out
  • Jiri Menzel, Full throttle

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    The first memory is from 1966, when Hollywood decides to give the Oscar to the Best Film in a Foreign Language to a humble Czech film with a fantastic title: Closely watched Trains (Ostre sledované vlaki). The film, disguised as a small story, dealt with the huge topic of resistance against the German invasion. The adaptation of a novel by Bohumil Hrabal was Jirí Menzel’s first film as a director, and he managed to infuse each of the frames with the mysterious Central European gene that makes tales coming from the former Republic unique.
  • Christophe Offenstein: Lonely Together

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    Christophe Offenstein is one of the great professionals of french cinema who have turned this country in the most poweful in europe. Guillaume canet’s trusted cinematographer, debuts now as a director with en solitaire, a modern sea odissey full of emotion and beauty which we have enjoyed before its commercial release in Rellumes.

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