One of the three monasteries that make up the Cistercian Trails and possibly the best known thanks to its grandeur, the fact that the Kings of the Crown of Aragon are interred here and because it has been inhabited by monks since they returned here in 1940. Founded in the mid-12th century, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.
|Venue name:||Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet||Contact:|
Plaça de la Corona d'Aragó, 11
Vimbodí i Poblet (Conca de Barberà)
|Opening hours:||13th October to 15th March: open weekdays 10am to 1pm and 3pm to 6pm and 10.30am to 1pm and 3pm to 6pm on Sundays and public holidays. 16th March to 12th October: same timetable except that closing time is half an hour later on weekdays.|
|Price:||Unguided visit: €7, guided visit: €10. Concessionary admission from €3.|