I love city breaks they are such a great way to pack lots
into a short period of time and this autumn some of the finest in
Europe look set to be spoilt for choice when it comes to the sheer
volume of cultural events on offer, including masses of concerts
and exhibitions planned that will keep even the most ardent culture
vulture happy. So to give you a little food for thought I've
compiled a smattering of suggestions for events to look out for
over the next few months.
Rome: Paul Klee and Italy -
the Swiss-German artist work is being exhibited at the Galleria Nationale d'Arte Moderna, with
works made on and inspired by his journeys through Italy going on
display from October 9 to January 27. Entry is €10/€8 or €6 and
tickets can be bought on the door.
Paris: At the Centre Pompidou from
November 21 to March 25 you can enter through an egg and exit
through a brain at the Salvador Dali
exhibit with entry from €13/10 it's a great way to get an
insight into the life and passions of this great surrealist
Barcelona: The singer songwriter Leonard Cohen packed out the Barcelona
Stadium last year and now he is back on October 3 at the Palau Sant
Jordi Passeig Olimpic with tickets only available through ticket
agencies and costing anything from £96 to £233.