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<p>Black truffle from Berguedà</p>
Foodie

Winter is the time of year for soups, broths, potages and stews. Spoon dishes that warm the body and comfort the spirit with a much appreciated heartiness. In the regions of Barcelona, there are also other dishes to enjoy during the cold days of winter. Seasonal treats that will entice you with their intense flavours. Would you like to find out what they are?

<p>Iris House in La Garriga</p>
Relaxed

The Catalan modernist bourgeoisie may have been nouveau riche, but they certainly knew what they were doing: they made summer residences, spas, art collections and haute cuisine fashionable. Nowadays, we can enjoy their approach to life for ourselves, especially in Vallès Oriental, a region where there are plenty of ways to make the most of your leisure time.

<p>Catalonian Museum of Wine Culture</p>
Foodie

The Catalan Wine Cultures Museum is housed in the former Royal Palace of Vilafranca del Penedès, on the Costa Barcelona. Better known as the VINSEUM, its fascinating collection appeals to the senses, vividly evoking memories and experiences. Come on in and prepare to be amazed!

<p>Natural Areas of the Llobregat Delta</p>
Adventurous

Very close to Barcelona, you have all kinds of opportunities to get away and discover in a morning or a day places you did not know and that you can visit either by public or private transport or by bicycle.

<p>Coll i Regàs House</p>
Curious

Did you know that Gaudí's starting point is located in Mataró? That Lluís Domènech i Montaner, the genius behind the Palau de la Música Catalana and the Sant Pau Hospital in Barcelona, refurbished a medieval castle in Canet de Mar? Patricia Rojas, La Cosmopolilla, a journalist and travel blogger, suggests a route through the Art Nouveau legacy of Maresme, a region of Costa Barcelona that is popular for its beaches and boasts a great heritage to discover. A real treat!

<p>Olèrdola</p>
Curious

Before the Romans disembarked on the coast of what we know today as Catalonia, the peoples generally referred to as the Iberians occupied the length and breadth of the area between the 6th and 1st centuries BC. They often built hilltop settlements, some of which have survived to the present day. Come and explore 4 Iberian settlements that have been turned into museum facilities. The regions of Barcelona were home to different tribes and each of these sites is devoted to one of them.

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