Maridatge Casteller - Pairing Wine and Catalan Culture

Experience the Tradition Firsthand
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Leisure activities
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from 70.00€ Registered users from 70.00€ Tour included
  • When

    Wednesdays and Fridays from April To October 2016

  • Where

    Winery in the Penedès

    Visitor's Centre

    How to arrive

Wine, culture and Castellers – Human Towers – are the perfect combination to learn about enology, gastronomy and tradition, all in one day.

Experience some of the most emblematic traditions of the Penedès County by visiting the rehearsals of the Castellers of Vilafranca, included in the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list.

Includes

  • Visit to Familia Torres winery
  • Visit to the Museum of the Catalan Wine Culture- Vinseum
  • Medeival Tour in Vilafranca del Penedes
  • Typical catalan dinner
  • Visit and rehearsal at Cal Figarot, the home of the famous Castellers de Vilafranca

More details

  • Duration: 5h.
  • By previous reservation only
  • Transport is not included
  • A prepayment of 100% is required at the moment of your reservation.

How to arrive

Bodega en el Penedès (Pacs del Penedès)
Finca el Maset, s/n - 08796 Pacs del Penedès (Barcelona) - a 3 km. de Vilafranca del Penedès
Latitude: 41.349432, Longitude: 1.667175  See on a map

 

Motorway: AP7 - Exit 28 (southbound) or 30 (northbound) , 50 km south of Barcelona

Train RENFE - Vilafranca del Penedès (a taxi is required to reach the winery 3km out of town)

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Vilafranca del Penedés

Wine capital and home of Bodegas Torres since 1870. Less than 50 km from Barcelona, Vilafranca del Penedès is a unique region, where you can enjoy wine in its natural environment.   Google maps

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Human Towers of Vilafranca

Human Towers of Vilafranca

Vilafranca is a land of wine, culture and "castellers", or human towers. See this Catalan tradition, which dates back to the 18th century, performed live. Deemed Intangible Cultural Heritage by Unesco since 2010.

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