Christmas Garden Münster 2019 | Glühwürmchenbrücke ©Christmas Garden/Münster4life

Els Llums de Sant Pau presents

L'Univers de la Llum

Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site
22 November 2022 – 15 January 2023

Cheers! Over 200,000 thanks!

L'Univers de la Llum, an extended route

Barcelona hosted the Christmas event The Lights of Sant Pau with more than 200,000 visitors, repeating the success of last year. From 22 November to 15 January, the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site was dressed in lights and colours with a new concept. This year The Lights of Sant Pau presents the Universe of Light.

An extended tour that allowed us to delve into the mysteries of the cosmos: galaxies, stars, planets... What lies beyond what our eyes can contemplate? The Universe of Light was a space to make your imagination fly, a Christmas event with more than 20 facilities for children and adults.

Els Llums de Sant Pau arrived in Barcelona for the first time last year and received more than 210,000 visits, selling out most of their sessions during most days of the event.

Christmas Garden Berlin 2019 | Field of Lights ©Christmas Garden/Michael Clemens
Christmas Garden Berlin 2017 | Schneegestöber ©Christmas Garden/Michael Clemens

A UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Universe of Light was a journey to the cosmos. With this new proposal, the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site was transformed into a galactic space full of magic and joy. 

A state-of-the-art technological set, a fully immersive experience in an extraordinary environment, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 

Domènech i Muntaner's masterpiece will once again become the Christmas reference of this season in Barcelona.

'Els Llums de Sant Pau offer a slowing break from the Christmas hustle and bustle for the whole family and invite contemplation during one of the most beautiful times of the year'


'The light show proposes an alternative Christmas plan for all types of public and a unique opportunity to discover this modernist heritage with this original light show. An unmissable visit for anyone who wants to enjoy the magic of Christmas.'

La Vanguardia