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Catalonia is Snow Holidays

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Map of the Catalan Ski Resorts

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Catalan Tourist Board 2016 Report

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Detailing the activities of the Catalan Tourist Board in 2016.

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Catalonia. Experience and Discover Art and Culture

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Catalonia has a wide array of cultural activities which allow visitors to travel in the footsteps of mankind, from the Neanderthals to present day inhabitants, exploring the Iberian, Greek, or Roman periods and their respective architectural styles, up to the modern day, when architects have become symbols of the new Barcelona seeking a place in the world. To all of this, we must add a series of routes consolidated as tourist attractions like the Catalan portion of the Way of St James, the Cistercian Route, and the various routes related to cultural, industrial, and religious heritage, as well as the Ignatian Way. Furthermore, we cannot forget the infinite opportunities presented by the city of Barcelona or other unique cities like Tarragona, Girona, and Lleida (all connected by high-speed rail) or Reus, Terrassa, Tortosa, Vic, and Vilafranca del Penedès, which are ideal for urban tourism and combine attractions of cultural interest with various leisure activities. Don’t forget to explore the area’s world-renowned gastronomy and wine.

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Catalonia, Wine and Cava Map

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Very near Barcelona you’ll find a journey through twelve designations of origin to discover a varied and attractive landscape, from vineyards beside the sea to others clinging to mountainsides. In Catalonia, you can visit over 300 wineries, stroll amidst vineyards, enjoy a rich heritage, combine wine with gastronomy… Ideas to guarantee a unique experience for everyone all year round.

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