The village of Sant Julia de Vilatorta is an outdoor museum of modernist architecture and noucentista. The route stops in front of a large number of buildings, from which you can follow the explanations about architectural movements which were fashionable in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, modernism, historicist and noucentist styles and , as well as the history and customs of the families who lived there. It’s worth mentioning Casal Nuria, Ca la Manyana or Park of Seven Fountains, Michael Pallas works, College of Rosario, modernist building, a former agricultural school for orphans and other buildings of renown architects like Enric Sanigs or Josep Danés.
Town: Sant Julià de Vilatortahttps://www.google.com/maps/dir//Parc+de+les+Set+Fonts,+Sant+Juli%C3%A0+de+Vilatortafirstname.lastname@example.org,2.2515562,12z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x12a52869e59dad2f:0xa70c7aa76448d2d0!2m2!1d2.3215961!2d41.9218438!3e0
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Distance: 3,3 km
Difficulty: lowa. Circular route through the town old area
Minimum group: 6 people.
Trips are taken every first Sunday of month at 10am. (from the information centre in Parc de les Set Fonts).
Price: 3 € per person. Free for children under 12 years old.