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This is the last bit of the Principality that succumbed to the Bourbons in 1714. A refuge for the viscounts, earls, and dukes of Cardona for seven centuries, kings uncrowned by the 'white gold' (salt), it's an imposing place with two great treasures: the divine Romanesque collegiate church of Sant Vicenç and the Minyona tower. A Gothic cloister was added, and 17th-century bulwarks. The castle also boasts a, recently made into a museum, all of which makes up the monument that is the History Museum of Catalonia, with all that entails.
Castell de Cardona, s/n
|Price:||: €3.50. Reduced price: €2,50. (For prices of guided tours and packages, visit the website|
|Opening hours:||Open Tue-Sun, including holidays, from 10am-1.30pm and 3pm-5.30pm. Closed Mondays except public holidays.|