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In the Vall de Boí there is the largest set of Romanesque churches in Europe, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site? In Tarragona the cultural legacy goes even further back in time to the splendour of the Roman Empire. These are just two of the gems you will find here in Catalonia.

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Home of some of the world's biggest treasures. Come to Catalonia where modernists can give you the omnipresent figure of the genius Salvador Dalí on the Costa Brava or the architectural hallmark of Gaudí in Barcelona with its modernist buildings.


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Through the icons you can construct a portrait of the personality of the Catalonians, and the customs and history of Catalonia, and fall in love with this land at the same time - if you have not already done so. You have great things to discover.

In architecture, painting, science, nature, history, sport ... Catalonia has icons that cross borders and make up the symbols of an identity that has been built over millennia. In addition, some of our traditions and popular festivals arouse the interest of visitors from all over the world.

If cultural icons help to paint the portrait of a region, UNESCO is responsible for drawing up one of its own, choosing some that it considers humanity must preserve because of its relevance. Catalonia is the region of Spain that has the greatest number of goods protected by UNESCO, and one with the most in all of Europe.

The icons will help you to take a panoramic view of Catalonia, and make sure you do not miss a thing.


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Whether you're looking to experience Barcelona's notorious night life, culturally rich events like Classical music festival, traditional customs like the 'Viles Florides'. 

Talk to your travel advisor about your interests to see what events will fit your visit to Catalonia best!


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Children can't sit still. They like to explore and discover new things; that's why family routes in Catalonia are a perfect fit.

Nature is a gold mine for children's restless personalities. Maybe it's because of the combination of fun and learning, so why not try out some of the itineraries that run through the eighteen natural parks in Catalonia. Depending on what you like, some parks may be better suited than others. For example, if your children like to watch birds out in the open air, the best option may be the Ebro Delta Natural Park or the Aiguamolls de l'Empordà Natural Park. To stroll among forests and streams, the Catalan Pyrenees offers the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park and the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park.


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Catalonia is for foodies
The writer Josep Pla wrote that Catalan cuisine is its landscape in a dish. The Mediterranean essence is at the very heart of our traditional gastronomy, which includes such famous dishes as cannelloni or crema catalana. This historical legacy has inspired innovative offerings from chefs such as the Roca brothers, Ferran Adrià and Carme Ruscalleda. Chefs both in the past and in today's gastronomic avant-garde have made quality, local produce the cornerstone of their recipes, which have made Catalonia a culinary reference worldwide.

- Olive Oil Tourism
- Wine

Feel like tasting some Catalan cuisine? Talk to your travel advisor today!


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Museums in Catalonia are plentiful so history buffs, art, chocolate, botanical garden lovers alike will certainly get their fill of museums here.

National Parks

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If you are spending your week looking wistfully at the picture of a forest on your computer wallpaper, now is the time to turn that image into realty. You can do so in one of the 18 natural parks you can find in Catalonia. They are natural environments of great beauty and locations to lose yourself and connect with nature. Whether you like the sea or the mountains, Catalonia has a nature area for you close to home that you can enjoy all year round.

What natural park do you prefer?
Each natural park in the country has a special charm. You can discover the areas with coast, inland landscapes or mountains, such as the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park. It is the only National Park in Catalonia: water is the main attraction. There are nearly 200 lakes surrounded by impressive cliffs and rich flora and fauna. And nothing compares to the volcanic landscape of La Garrotxa, which could be the green reflection of the moon's surface. The more than 40 volcanic craters look like the irregular terrain of the moon, only this landscape is covered in dazzling vegetation. The horizon changes completely in the Delta de l'Ebre, where the wild fauna displays all the splendour. It is considered a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, and its area of 320 square kilometres makes up the largest water habitat in Catalonia. Any fan of birdwatching can delight at the 370 species that stop there on their way to warmer climates.

Your travel advisor will help you find the perfect National Park to make the best of your time in Catalonia.


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Visually stunning sites are aplenty in Catalonia with the majority of these places having historically rich significance. Since medieval times the relevant role of the Church has led to the appearance of sanctuaries, monasteries, churches and sacred places of popular devotion throughout the geography of Catalonia. Today, many of them continue to be places of worship and pilgrimage, as well as places of contemplation for lovers of culture and heritage, for their great architectural, artistic and historical value.

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