Travel back in time in the archaeological park of Camp de les Lloses: visit the site and monographic museum where the life of the people who lived there 2100 years ago is explained. Discover the Roman vicus of Camp de les Lloses, one of the first Roman roads built in the Iberian Peninsula which is the origin of the birth of one of the first Roman towns in the north-east of the peninsular (modern Catalonia), on a guided tour by an archaeologist who, through various daily life workshops, brings you closer to the people who ceased having an Iberian culture to be definitively romanised. In the "Parem una taula a la romana" workshop ('Let's set a Roman style table'' you can set a table with reproductions of utensils from Roman times. The kitchenware (plates, cups, jars, vases, etc.) tell of social customs, food, trade, economy and people. Also try bread and beer from the time. In the second workshop, "L'ofici de l'arqueologia" ("The archaeology office"), you can hold archaeological materials, classify them and learn what an archaeological layer is, also will work with real skeletons. In short, a whole historical experience travelling through 2100 years, seen through the eyes of archaeological science.