Badalona, Catalonia's third-largest municipality in terms of population, has historically been a land of welcome that has been able to retain the charm of a town without renouncing the spirit of a city. Strolling through the Old Town, el Dalt de la Vila (or 'the top of the town'), you can discover architectural jewels such as the Romanesque Church of Santa Maria, the Old Tower or the Casa Jaume Botey, and mediaeval- and Gothic-style streets such as Carrer de la Costa, which lead us to the seafront, el Baix a Mar ('down to the sea'), one of the best-kept treasures of the town that is home to the Pont del Petroli bridge and the Anís del Mono brand.


- Visitar el monasterio de Sant Jeroni de la Murtra.
- Descubrir la antigua Baetulo romana.
- Subir al poblado ibérico de Baitolo.
- Disfrutar de las playas en verano.
- Ver la Quema del Demonio.