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The urban center of Sabadell has some of the best preserved facades with modernist influences in the area. Starting from one of our hotels in Sabadell you can experience a trip to Catalonia's industrial past. Keep reading and discover everything that the capital of Vallés Occidental has to offer! [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Sabadell

What to visit in Sabadell? The traces of the Catalan industrial and bourgeois revolution are visible throughout the city. The work of the local modernist architect Juli Batllevell rises throughout Sabadell, with some of the most emblematic buildings being his, such as the Hotel Suís, the Lluch textile office or the Enric Casassas school. Also of clear modernist influence are the Town Hall building, the Principal Theater and the Central Market.

The industrial route, which you can start from the Catalonia Sabadell hotel or from the Catalonia Gran Hotel Verdi, runs through the 45 industrial chimneys that are preserved in the city. Start your day by visiting Vapor Codina, a factory complex that keeps its façade and chimney intact. The visit continues at the Turull factory house, which currently houses the Sabadell Art Museum. The Unnim building, the work of Jeroni Martorell, stands out for its majestic interior patio with stained glass windows. The Torre del Aigua, the Escaiola-Cal Ventura ceramic workshop or the Vapor Buxeda Vell are some of the best examples of industrial architecture that you can explore during your stay.

But Sabadell is not just about industry, the famous Sant Fèlix bell tower, from the 18th century, offers a spectacular view of the city and its surroundings. The apse of the church, from the 15th century, is the oldest building preserved in the city.

On your tour we also recommend seeing the Can Feu Castle, the Sant Oleguer ice well and the numerous chapels and hermitages, such as Sant Nicolau and Sant Pau de Riu-sec, or the Parc de la Salut. Also noteworthy are the mills in the Ripoll river park, which date back to the 10th century.

Furthermore, if you have enough time, we recommend hiking through the Monastery of Montserrat, which is located in the spectacular massif of the same name, just half an hour by car from Sabadell. The monastery is part of the Catalan Marian route, of great cultural and religious interest. As for popular festivals, the main ones are the Aplec de la Salut, in mid-May, and the Fiesta Mayor, at the beginning of September, so we recommend booking your stay in our hotels in Sabadell in advance for these dates.

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Av. Francesc Macià, 62 | 1 Km / Centre
Commercial area Gym Quality/Price
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Plaza Catalunya, 10-12 | 0.5 Km / Centre
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8.7 / 10 - EXCELLENT

What to do in Sabadell

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    Eix Macià

    This commercial area called Eix Macià or Avinguda Francesc Macià is a service artery that concentrates both the leisure and business offerings of the city. Our hotels in Sabadell are nearby.
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    This beautiful public park in Sabadell is considered the lung of the city. The Parc de Catalunya has a large artificial lake with a large waterfall that, together with the central spring, create an outdoor space much appreciated by locals.
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    Fira Sabadell

    Located in a strategic location in the city, the Fira de Sabadell is an old industrial building from the 1940s recovered to host fairs and business events of the highest level throughout the year.
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