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Guided visits to La Garriga’s Modernism

La Garriga is a town full of heritage and places of interest. Raspall’s apple is the most important Modernist complex of La Garriga and is unique in all of Catalonia. It is protected as a Cultural Property of National Interest. It is a block of four houses – the Barbey house, the Iris Tower, the Bombonera and the Barraquer house – located at the beginning of the Paseo and built by Manuel J. Raspall between 1910 and 1913, all located 5 minutes walk from Hotel.

In the square of the Silenci you will find a small station of interpretation on the block. Then, walking around the block or participating in some of the guided tours that are organized, you will discover a whole world of details and hidden stories.

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La Roca Vilage

Outlet Shopping at La Roca Village is located at exit 2 of the A7 motorway. This Shopping Center offers customers the opportunity to purchase products from previous seasons. At the Hotel Termes La Garriga we have VIP Invitations for your shopping in La Roca Village. With VIP invitation you get an additional discount of 10%.

Circuito de Barcelona- Montmeló

Take advantage of the proximity to the Barcelona circuit to enjoy all the sporting activities offered by the season.

Visit the Montseny Natural Park

A 40-minute drive from the hotel.

Visit the Sant Miquel del Fai Natural Park

A 40-minute drive from the hotel.

Visit Barcelona City.

A 30 minute drive from the hotel

La Garriga

La Garriga is a city in the province of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. Located in the region of Vallés Oriental.

La Garriga is known throughout Catalonia for its most important industry, furniture, its hot springs, modernist buildings and carpets made during the feast of Corpus Christi.

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Its location near Barcelona, its climate, and the presence of thermal water made La Garriga one of the favorite summer resorts of the Catalan bourgeoisie of the early twentieth century, which led to the construction of modernist buildings in the town.

La Garriga was one of the Catalan towns bombed by the Francoist aviation during the Civil War. In fact, today an air-raid shelter still exists, to which guided tours can be made.