10 Things To Do in Lleida

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Lleida Things to Do
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Lleida is one of the top destinations in Spain for the architect, art, culture, and nature. It offers various world championship events and a wealth of natural spaces. Besides that, Lleida owns beautiful main rivers and over 500 lakes. There are many attractions to discover in Lleida and share its sensations with your family and friends.

1. Turo Seu Vella

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Turo Seu Vell is constituted of several buildings including the Seu Vella, the old church, the Castle of the King or Suda, and the military fortification. It stays in the center of Lleida on the hill of the Seu Vella. This ideal location on the higher spot supports beautiful views to the River Segre and the peaceful atmosphere. In which the Muslim Larida, the Iberian Iltirta, and the Roman Ilerda stay under the ground; the gothic quarter is developing generously in ancient times; while the Castle of the King and the Seu Vella are the best marvelous evidence.


  • Address: Apt. de Correus, 1013, 25002, Lleida, Spain
  • Phone: +34 973 23 06 53
  • Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
  • Fee: Yes
  • Website: http://www.turoseuvella.cat

2. Walking and Relaxing in Parc Municipal de la Mitjana

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The Parc Municipal de la Mitjana stays right at the entrance of Lleida, which helps to keep ecosystems of riverside woodlands in Mediterranean lowlands. The organization of educational works linked with the natural environment and ecological objectives to make an emblematic reference point in the Parc Municipal de la Mitjana for residents. For tourists, there are equipment, spaces, and paths offering natural interest, explanations in braille and relief, birdwatching posts and the local wildlife.


3. Iglesia Sant Llorenc

3 Iglesia Sant Llorenc
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Saint Lawrence is a Romanesque cathedral in Lleida starting from the late twelve century with Gothic additions from the fifteenth century. The primary architect of the church was Pere de Coma, who is also responsible for La Seu Vella, the other old cathedral in Lleida. It has two aisles and a nave which were designed in the Gothic and Romanesque style. The church is very famous for the masterpieces including Saint Lawrence, Saint Peter, Saint Lucy, Saint Ursula and more.


  • Address: Plaça de Sant Josep, 6 – Lleida, Spain
  • Phone: +34 973 26 79 94
  • Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30 – 12:30 and 17:00 – 19:00
    Saturday 11:00 – 12:30 and 17:00 – 19:00
    Sundays and holidays 11:00 – 12:30
  • Fee: No
  • Website:http://www.turismedelleida.cat

4. Seeing Beautiful Sights in Camps elisis de Lleida

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The Champs Elysees is an urban park in Lleida, located in Cappont and divided into areas of French-style gardens and English Romantic at the base of wooded land. The facilities are playgrounds, a bar, sources, vegetation, and the Crystal Palace. The park owns several fantastic flower beds, fountains, trees and statues. During the year, there are different celebrations such as Emerging Artists Festival, Park for children and youth, April Fair, Agricultural Fair of Saint Miguel, and Snail Gathering.


  • Address: Avinguda President Tarradellas SN, Lleida, Spain

5. Viewing Good Collections in Museo Automocion Roda Roda

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The Museum Roda Roda offers a great collection of motors, motorcycles, cars and scale reproductions. It gives us a trip through items of the automotive industry at different ages. The museum comes from a private collection of Lleida. This group has become bigger with other multiple historical vehicles, miniatures, and other kinds of some individuals. Roda Roda often supports temporary shows of collections and topics relating to the permanent show.


  • Address: Carrer de Santa Cecilia, 22, 25001, Lleida, Spain
  • Phone: +34 973 212 635
  • Opened: Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – 20:00
    Sundays and holidays, 11:00 – 14:00
  • Closed: Every Monday and 25th, 26th December and 1st, 6th January
  • Fee: No
  • Guided Tours: Free on the 4th Saturday of the month at 12:00
  • Website: http://cultura.paeria.cat

6. Gardeny Castle

The Gardeny Castle is built as monastery complex on the strategic highland during the late 12th century. While the 17th and 18th centuries, it was improved to contemporary defensive. Until today, the present form includes three main sections including the walled enclosure, the storeroom at the lower ground and the residence of the Order at the upper ground, and the church of Santa Maria. Gardeny Castle is a great destination for history lovers to enjoy a historical journey and explore unusual aspects of Templar heritage.


  • Address: Turó de Gardeny, s/n. 25002 Lérida, Lleida (Catalonia)
  • Phone: +34 973 27 19 42
  • Fee: €2,60
  • Hours: 12 Sep – 30 Nov and 1 Feb – 23 Jun: 10:00 – 13:30
    24 Jun to 11 Sep: Tue – Sat 10:00 – 13:30 and 16:30 – 19:30; Public holidays and Sunday 10:00 – 13:30
  • Website: http://www.spain.info

7. Palacio de la Paeria

The Paeria Palace is the most representative of the Romanesque architecture in Lleida as well as one of the best emblematic monumental buildings in Catalonia. It’s a double fronted construction influencing the Romanesque style and facing the River Segre and the Plaza Paeria. It’s also the seat of the local government and stays in the commercial center. Nowadays, its name reflects the city’s identity.


  • Address: Plaza la Paeria, 25007, Lleida, Spain
  • Phone: +34 973 70 03 00
  • Fee: No
  • Hours: Monday – Saturday 11:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – 20:00
    Sunday and holidays 11:00 – 14:00
  • Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
  • Website: http://www.turismedelleida.cat

8. Estacion de Lerida Pirineos – The Easy and Convenient Transportation

Lleida Pirineos is a large railway station serving Lleida in Catalonia, Spain. It lies between areas of Rambla de Ferran and Pardinyes. Although it was under construction until 1927, the first train started in the city in 1860. Nowadays, it works for the standard gauge and broad gauge trains, as a transport hub linking the cities of Spain with the Corredor Mediterraneo. It’s also the station on the high-speed rail line between Madrid and Barcelona.


  • Address: Placa Berenguer IV, S/N, 25005, Lleida, Spain
  • Phone: +34 902 43 23 43
  • Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
  • Website: http://www.adif.es

9. Playing Games with The X-Door Lleida

One of the best things you should enjoy in Lleida is the X-Door, the first live escape game in this country. It’s also an exciting and unique way of entertainment and fun you have ever played before in Spain. The game is for both residents and tourists so that you can play without speaking Spanish. During the entertainment, you will stay in the locked room and must find the escape way within 60 minutes. Although this game if for all ages, it’s designed for people over 16 years old. Then, you need to think carefully before playing with your children.


  • Address: Rambla de Ferran 53 | 1st Floor, 25007, Lleida, Spain
  • Phone: +34 661 63 19 82
  • Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
  • Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
  • Reservation: Yes
  • Website: http://www.thexdoorlleida.com

10. Outing in the Village Gerri de la Sal

Gerri de la Sal is a village lying along the Noguera Pallaressar river, also known as the official capital of the Baix Pallars region. Its name means the Salt House, which indicates to the local product of the area. This village includes large farms, castles, churches, salt mines, and mills. One of the best surroundings is Santa Maria Monastery, which takes a few minutes from the village Gerri. Thanks to its beautiful environment and peaceful atmosphere, this area becomes an ideal destination for outings and hiking.


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