Free tickets are already available for "The secrets of the Aerodrome of Can Fernández"
A guided tour that will take you to discover, for the first time, the hidden stories and secrets of the Can Fernández Aerodrome. The visit includes the presentation of the book "Avi,et trauré d'aquí!" By Joan Pinyol.
Sunday May 12 at 11 am | Approximately 1.5 hours | Casal de Rosanes | Free | open act

Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 11:00 a.m.
Meeting point: Visitors Center
Duration: 2 hour
Inscriptions: info[at]visitalagarriga[dot]cat or at 610 47 78 23

La Garriga is its heritage, popular traditions and people. Do not miss it!

It delves into the more medieval Garriga. Visits tours and visits dramatized in La Doma!




Guided tours to discover the local art nouveau, every second Saturday of the month at 10 am from can Brush (c. Banys, 38-40).

Visits guided fixed, every second Saturday of month. At 12 o'clock behind the la Garriga RENFE station. 


Latest news

On Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 5m, the City Council launches a new itinerary The ways of food. The transformation of La Garriga through food that will cover the historical spaces of La Garriga linked to the production and the local food. The objective is to show the transformations in food consumption and the diversity of ways of feeding in La Garriga over time. A reflective look on the rich culinary heritage and gastronomic, social and historical panorama of the municipality.

After the success of the latest editions, the Fira de la Butifarra 2019 come back to La Garriga to promote this local quality product. From 9 to 10 March, we will live an event that aims to promote local commerce and the municipality. Starting with one of the most emblematic products of the town - the sausage - you will discover the traditional production of this sausage in the municipality and at the same time a whole range of recreational and cultural options.
Do you join us?

From the Visitors Center we will participate with an activity program at promotional prices.

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