A good way to start the day, once you leave the train, is to go to Freixenet Cava Corner, located under an archway of the modernista façade of the famous winery. You can have breakfast and, if you’re someone who doesn’t need a special day to enjoy a glass of cava, order one here. Having eaten the first meal of the day, go in and explore the building, which dates back to 1922. There are different tour options, even one that includes a trip by 4x4 Jeep through the surroundings; choose whichever suits best, and at the end of the day you’ll enjoy a cava tasting, while the kids are served grape juice.
Without leaving the world of sparkling wines, the next stop will be at the Cava Interpretation Centre – CIC Fassina, located in an old distillery built over two centuries ago. It boasts facilities that use state-of-the-art technologies and enable you, for example, to experience the Phylloxera Festival in large format or follow the entire process of a vine.