Medieval and Modern la Garriga

FROM THE LATE MIDDLE AGES TO THE MODERN DAY

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The modern day town of La Garriga dates back to the 14th Century, and can only be fully appreciated by tracing its development from the late Middle Ages to the Modern Era. Diverse features such as the spa waters, the royal road, the Monar sluice are key to understanding its origin and continued growth.

 Through the architecture and the areas still remaining, which often go unnoticed by the public, we can appreciate the richness of the heritage and savour the history of old La Garriga.

 All of the main architectural features of centuries gone by can be seen in a short tour of the town’s historic centre, including Medieval houses, the royal road, chapels, churches and market places.

 Map of the route

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You can follow this route by yourself if you hire a GUIMO portable handset.

Download the ‘La Garriga routes’ (Itineraris de La Garriga) leaflet together with the ‘walking routes of La Garriga’ file  below.

 Prices and timetables

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