Have Fun in Intramuros for Free This Weekend

Foreign-film screenings, art exhibits, and more. Yes, free!

(SPOT.ph) Looking for something fun to do this weekend that won’t put a dent in your wallet? You don’t even need to go out of town—just drop by Intramuros this weekend for these fun and educational activities that won’t cost you a dime!

PHOTO BY Instituto Cervantes de Manila Facebook Page

Watch a free foreign film

Every Saturday, Instituto Cervantes hosts a free screening of classic and thematic Spanish films. This weekend, you can catch Calabuch, the classic 1956 Luis Garcia Berlanga comedy. It’s showing tomorrow, July 28 at 6 p.m. at Casa Azul, Plaza San Luiz Complex. Admission is free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, log on to the Instituto Cervantes Facebook page, or visit their website.

PHOTO BY Intramuros Administration Facebook Page
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View exhibits by local artists

Don’t miss your chance to catch the “Tagay Series” exhibit at the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts Gallery! Get a glimpse of the works of Cebuano artists such as Golda King, Mark “Kidlat” Copino, Leonard Thomas Jopson, Jayson “Daot” Bacunador, Kenichi Wani, Ronyel Compra, and Lean Luis Reboja. The National Commission for the Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Gallery is also showing the “Revisiting Aklat” exhibit of artist Irma Lacorte. Both exhibits run until July 31.


The NCCA Gallery is located at the G/F National Commission for the Culture and the Arts Building, 633 General Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila. Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, log on to the NCCA Gallery Facebook page. You may also contact 527-2205 or email nccagallery09@gmail.com.


Learn more about Spanish culture

You don’t need to go to Venice to view the Spanish Pavilion that wowed visitors during the 2016 Venice Art Biennale. “UNFINISHED,” the Spanish Pavilion that won the Golden Lion at the International Architecture Exhibition, has finally arrived in Manila! The breathtaking pavilion can be viewed daily at the San Ignacio Church from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. until September 26. The best part? Entrance is absolutely free!

For more information, log on to the UNFINISHED website.

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