Delve into the historical past of Granollers strolling through its old quarter. A highlight of the route is La Porxada, built in 1587 as a corn exchange during the height of the town’s splendour. It is the most emblematic building of the city and has been declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest. Also of …

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The Monastery of Santes Creus is a good place to visit with family. Discover the new activities they have organized for families. Based on the medieval legends surrounding this monastery, values, feelings and relationships between figures of different backgrounds tied to the history of this cultural and religious centre are recovered. These figures include Peter …

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Discover the largest Cistercian monastery in Europe and the most emblematic one on the Route of Royal Monasteries of Catalonia. Tranquillity and a lot of culture is what you will find upon entering the Poblet Monastery. This 14th century building declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO is inhabited by monks of the Order of …

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At an altitude of 2,000 metres you see life differently and breathe better. The Núria Valley can only be reached by a rack railway covering a distance of 12.5 kilometres over an incline of more than 1,000 metres. To visit this valley is to take in nature and enjoy the spectacular landscape but also to …

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Vic has art at its Episcopal Museum and also in its cuisine. Enjoy a day combining medieval culture and artisanal charcuterie with a long tradition. First you will visit the museum’s Romanesque and Gothic art collections. Then you’ll stop at the Vic Cathedral where you will climb its Romanesque bell tower, one of the oldest …

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Journey into Santa Susanna’s past with the “Torres a la vista!” (Towers Ahoy!) guided tour. From 15th to 18th century the Catalan coast was under attack by the pirates that sailed the Mediterranean. To protect themselves and prevent attacks, the inhabitants of this town built enormous towers and fortified the houses where they lived. During …

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Discovering the town’s history as you stroll tranquilly through its streets is the plan for El Masnou, land of the sea. On an exciting and rewarding walk through the corners of El Masnou you will discover the eclectic Modernista details of its buildings. You will also go inside the House of Culture. At the end …

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Tourism is a fun experience. That’s why the Calella Tourism Museum offers you a more amusing and participatory way to get to know the city. The dramatized visits for groups and families convey the importance of tourism in different areas like the social, cultural and economic spheres in a more familiar and entertaining way. Little …

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Come enjoy a day of culture in the spa town of Caldes d’Estrac, popularly known as Caldetes. The visit begins at the Palau Foundation, a museum with the collection of poet Josep Palau i Fabre that houses the most important private Picasso collection in Spain as well as works by other artist such as Tàpies, …

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With its 320 square kilometres, the Ebro Delta is the largest wetland area in Catalonia and a refuge for all kinds of waterfowl. During the guided tour “Veigues quin Delta!” (Look what a delta!) you’ll circle through all of the spaces of the MónNatura Ebro Delta centre, which works to preserve the saltworks and traditional …

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