This Friday the Holy Week and Easter holidays begin, where millions of students will leave the classrooms of knowledge to take a short break of just over 2 weeks.
Given this, workers also take advantage of the moment to take a short rest period and thus spend a little time with the family, in addition to the fact that many companies, faced with low production, decide to offer their employees Holy Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as holidays.
That is why, if you do not know what activity to carry out accompanied by family, friends, or with your partner, and you are an admirer of the painter and inventor Leonardo da Vinci or have heard of it, this recommendation is for you.
Da Vinci as you have never seen him before, it is a unique and incredible audiovisual experience, that has been touring the main cities of the world, and is now located in Plaza Patria. Here you will have the possibility to immerse yourself in one of the most brilliant minds of all time, Leonardo Da Vinci, thanks to an advanced technology, called “total image”, the images are projected on the walls and the floor. Being surrounded by an audiovisual environment revolutionizes the encounter with the work and it is experienced in a unique and unforgettable way.
This immersive experience arrived in Guadalajara since last March 17However, given the great acceptance it has had among the Guadalajara public and people who have come from abroad, its stay was extended until April 30, so it is undoubtedly a great recommendation for these holidays.
Tickets cost 300 pesos for children and 400 pesos for adults and can be purchased through the official fanaticks.com page or at the Plaza Patria box office.
Who is Leonardo Da Vinci?
Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the great masters of the Renaissance, famous as a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist.
His deep love for knowledge and research were the key to his work.. His innovations in the field of painting determined the evolution of Italian art for more than a century after his death.
His scientific investigations, especially in the areas of anatomy, optics, and hydraulics, anticipated many of the advances of modern science.
Leonador Da Vinci Holidays Plaza Patria
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