Holidays to Granollers
Granollers is a bustling centre of business and industry 25 kilometres to the northeast of Barcelona. There are a number of Renaissance buildings around, and some interesting Modernist architecture built after heavy bombings during the war. It’s centred around ‘The Porch’, an old grain storehouse dating back centuries. If you are looking for beaches, it’s a 15-minute drive to the coast. Make sure you visit the Thursday Market, which has been running for almost a millennium.
Drive to Mataro and hit the golden sands of Platja de Sant Simó. It’s got parking, showers, snack bars, and snorkelling.
About 15km south of Granollers is the town of El Masnou. There are 2 popular beaches there with a snack bar.
This Renaissance building was once a grain store. It’s a symbol of the region with its large roof supported by columns.
The Gothic architecture of the ancient hospital of Sant Doménec has been turned into the Francesc Theatre.
The market has been running for almost 1,000 years. It used to be food on sale, but now you can find souvenirs.
During WWII Granollers suffered bombing. This tour shows you the parts of the city affected and how residents coped.
Vegetarian, meat, and seafood tapas is a Spanish delight. You can find it all over the city.
Paella is one of Spain’s best loved dishes. You can enjoy it all over town, sharing a big bowl with friends.
Sans Music and Drinks
This popular little club is in the centre of the town. It’s got 3 rooms and an outdoor terrace and serves cocktails.
Catch a train to the capital for the best clubs. The nightlife in Barcelona is never ending and renowned through Europe.
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