Head for Castelltercol to discover the house where Enric Prat de la Riba, one of the greatest 20th-century Catalan politicians, lived. Prat de la Riba was the creator and first president of the Mancomunitat (Commonwealth), and whether you agree with his politics or not, the house is worth a visit because it retains the decor and atmosphere of an early-20th-century townhouse. We particularly like the bedroom, with its 19th-century furniture, and the ambience of the office, which was transferred here from Barcelona.
|Venue name:||Casa Museu Prat de la Riba||Contact:|
Plaça de Prat de la Riba, 7
Castellterçol (Vallès Oriental)
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed closed; Thu-Sat 10am-1.30pm, 3pm-5.30pm; Sun, holidays 10am-3pm|
|Price:||General admission: €2. Reduced: €1.50. Free for friends of the museum, disabled, unemployed, under-7s and over-65s, families with more than three children.|