At Torrelles de Llobregat, 35 minutes away from the center of Barcelona, you can find a wonderful place to spend a day with your family. Catalunya en Miniatura is a park that presents a tiny version of Catalonia, through scale model replicas.
There are more than 150 handcrafted models, including works of Romanesque and Gothic architecture and the works of one of Catalonia’s most important architects, Antoni Gaudí. You will see the University of Barcelona, Tibidabo, the Monastery of Montserrat, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, La Sagrada Família, Palace of the Generalitat, Dalí Theatre and Museum, among others.
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Gnomes is the easiest circuit for kids 3 years old and up, measuring less than 1.30m.
Fairies and Elves are medium difficulty level circuits for those taller than 1.20m, with adult supervision. If the child measures at least 1.30m, it may travel the circuit by itself.
Trolls is the circuit with the highest level of difficulty, where kids between 1.40m and 1.50m can fight and defeat trolls, while overcoming a series of obstacles and traps.
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The circuits include swinging rope bridges, zigzag bridges, Burma buckets, zip lines and much more.
are 13,50€ for adults and 9,50€ for senior citizens and kids from 3 to 12 years old. There’s also a 20% for those carrying a Carnet Jove, large families or mono parental families.
The park is open between 10 am and 6 pm during, except in July and August, when it remains open until 8 pm.
Catalunya en Miniatura is located at Can Balasch de Baix close to the entrance of Torrelles de Llobregat. You can get there by car, using the GPS coordinates N41º21.670′,E1º59.364′ or public transportation, by taking a train from Plaza Espanya and then taking the number 62 bus from Soler I Sauret at Sant Vicenç dels Horts.