Catalonia is one of the most sought-after regions in Spain, with a distinctive cultural rhythm and a host of beautiful places to visit. From the Costa Brava to the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona, Tarragona and the Aran Valley, the autonomous community in north east Spain is a hefty parcel of land to explore.
One destination that should definitely make the cut in Catalonia is Lleida. The town of over 130,000 inhabitants is relatively far from the beach resorts on the Mediterranean coast but is nonetheless worth the effort. A foremost festival town, Lleida is replete with exquisite and historic architecture. It comes in many forms, from the Bishop of Lleida's Palace to La Paeria, a site that dates back to Roman times. The pedestrian Rambla d'Aragó is the focal point in town and leads visitors past a slew of wonderful attractions, such as the Biblioteca Pública, Art Nouveau gems and the central marketplace.
- Seu Vella
- Seu Nova
- Museum of Lleida
- La Paeria
- Rambla d'Aragó
- Snail Festival
- Mostra de Cinema Llatinoamericà de Lleida
- Raimat Wine Cellars
- Festa Major
- Senglar Rock
- El Celler del Roser
- Xalet Suis
- La Mitjana
- Pub Linia
- Bar Rafael Consuegra
- Bonno Bar
Lleida's arid continental climate features cool winters and hot, dry summers.
- Winter (December to February) 0-10°C
- Spring (March to May) 5-22°C
- Summer (June to September) 15-32°C
- Fall (October to November) 10-15°C
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