The premises will be open from 19 December to 5 January
For the first time, Casa Navàs will welcome 2021 with a New Year Concert
Discount gift vouchers will be on sale as Christmas presents
Reus, 8th December 2020
Casa Navàs will reopen for Christmas. After remained closed during a month and a half due to restrictions arising from the current health situation, the jewel by Lluís Domènech i Montaner can be visited from 19 December to 5 January. After Christmas, Casa Navàs will remain closed until March when, as long as the pandemic allows, it will reopen. A New Year Concert Visit has been scheduled for 2 January to celebrate the arrival of 2021 in a special, singular way. We also have discount gift vouchers so that everyone who comes to visit us can give Casa Navàs this Christmas.
Due to the current health situation and the mobility restrictions arising from it, Casa Navàs had to close its premises last November. However, on these festivities we want to allow visiting the only modernist building in Europe that keeps all its original interior to all those who have not yet done so. The customer service desk point will open on 17 December, but tours will be available from 19 Saturday on. Since then and until 23 December only four daily visits will be available at 12:00pm, 01.00pm, 06.00pm and 07.00pm. From 24 December on, there will be 3 or 6 tours available depending on if the premises are open in the morning and the afternoon, or only in the morning. On Sunday and days before festivities, the premises will remain open only in the morning. The house will be also open in the afternoon for the rest of the days. Besides, we offer the Vermouth Visit option for 27 December and 3 January at 12:00 am. Our premises will be open until 5 January when we will close again, to reopen definitively in March, as long as COVID-19 allows.
New Year Concert
Casa Navàs offers the chance to start the new year in a different, singular way —New Year Concert Visit! The experience will start with a guided tour on the noble floor of Casa Navàs and it will culminate with Artrio New Year concert. This trio is formed by Angie Rodríguez (vocals), Joan Casellas (electric guitar) and Iván Sáez (baritone saxophone), three artists from Reus. They will perform the perfect concert to welcome 2021 and say goodbye to 2020, a year to leave for deep reflections. They get a very close format by playing different styles such as jazz, soul, and pop. A Child Is Born or I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free will be some covers they will perform. You can count on Christmas carols such as Merry Christmas, Darling or Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! to be also performed.
As this was not enough, you can also enjoy some Christmas snacks. You will enjoy a wide selection of Torrons Vicens’ nougats, pa foradat (a bread speciality from Reus) with salmon, cheese, and chocolate from Forn Huguet, cava, and ‘Secrets de Casa Navàs’ wine from Clos Galena winery. It is going to be an unforgettable evening. You can’t miss it!
This Christmas give Casa Navàs as a gift
During these festivities, we often find it hard to choose the best present for the people we love. That is why Casa Navàs offers discount gift vouchers so you can give culture and heritage. It is a truly authentic, unique and special gift to enjoy with your couple, family or friends. The vouchers include two open date tickets so that the person receiving the gift can choose a visit when it suits him best, and some merchandising items such as the ‘Secrets de Casa Navàs’ wines box from Clos Galena winery, or La Casa Navàs, by Lluís Domènech i Montaner book. Our gifts have got a wide range of prices from €21 to €82, and you can buy them both on our web www.casanavas.cat and at the entrance of Casa Navàs from 17 December. Tickets will be also on sale for the Art Nouveau Evenings, guided tour and Art Nouveau concert and dinner for 2 April and 7 May.
The solidarity wine
Secrets de Casa Navàs is one of the recent novelties from Clos Galena winery. In such commemorative dates, Secrets de Casa Navàs wines want to reaffirm the spirit of solidarity. Until 31 January, Clos Galena will donate €1 from each bottle sold to the regional food bank.
Apart from being a solidarity wine, it is also linked to the arts, as its label has been designed by Catalan painter Josep Moscardó. Secrets de Casa Navàs is part of the project “Art, wine and territory”, an introduction to South Catalonia territory, which embodies the very essence of Mediterranean culture.