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In this town there's history all around you. It might be best known for its Romanesque bridge, which is magnificent and endlessly photographed, but it's also worth visiting the synagogue and mikveh, the hospital-church of Sant Julià, the monastery of Sant Pere, the church of Sant Vicenç and Casa Cornellà. All in all, it's without doubt one of the best preserved and interesting medieval places in Catalonia. You should aim to spend a full day there, and explore every part of it.
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Aigüestortes i Sant Maurici

 This is the only Spanish National Park in Catalonia. You can access it from a variety of places, then go hiking or hire an 4x4 taxi to explore its beauty. Wherever you head, you'll discover stunning, mountainous landscapes, with fields, paths and peaks above 3,000 metres. The most photographed view is of the lake of Sant Maurici with the mountain of Els Encantats in the background.


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