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10 places to see in Rubí
Located only 20 minutes away from the center of Barcelona, ??Rubí is one of the most important municipalities in the province and a prominent place in the Vallès Occidental that is worth a visit. Of Roman origin, Rubí is an ideal place to live and even if you work or move more to the city of Barcelona due to its enviable transport system. These are some of the places to visit in Rubí and that you should not miss out.Although the first reliable documentation that exists about Rubí dates from the year 986, the origin of this great municipality of Barcelona where more than 75,000 neighbors live, comes from long before, even from the VI century a. C. Of Roman origin, under its present foundations have found ancient ruins and amphorae that have been able to encrypt the old origin of this municipality. Ruby nowadays is a prosperous city, modern, urbanite and with an outstanding number of options regarding services, places of entertainment and places to visit. Attractions that have made him erect as a "dormitory city" for those who flee from the highest prices as well as for sale or rental of Barcelona.

10 things to see in Rubí

1. Municipal museum. It is undoubtedly the best place to know, spread and learn the history of the city as a collective heritage and a must.2. Vallhonrat Museum. It is a museum formed by six rooms where the customs and traditions of a town are collected thanks to a collection of objects collected from the 18th century. Highlights the beauty of the building itself.3. Modernist monuments. Between 1910 and 1925 the famous houses and modernist buildings of Rubí were built, raised by neighbors who had made wealth in the Americas. Rubí was still considered by many wealthy people of Barcelona a second residence, a rural place that can still be seen in these wonderful buildings.4. Urban monuments. Art is an intrinsic concept of the city. The city has different urban sculptures and monuments, some made by local artists who commemorate meaningful facts in the history of Rubí or honor outstanding figures.5. Church of San Pedro. A 10th century Romanesque church that shows the medieval past of the city. On it, you can see the different construction stages that Rubí has ??experienced. It emphasizes its greater altar, carved by Rafael Solanic, Barcelona sculptor disciple of Esteve Monegal.6. Rubí Castle. Located on the hill that borders the Rubí horizon, it is a stately fortress in the shape of it that has also undergone different reconstructions throughout its life. They emphasize their two gothic windows dating from the 15th century and a peculiar graphite of the same time that represents a ship.7. Cooperative Winery. Founded by peasants at the beginning of the 20th century, it was founded as an institution dependent on the Official Agricultural Chamber. It was built by Cèsar Martinell i Brunet, a disciple of Gaudí. It is a place of different cultural activities.8. Roman site of Ca n 'Oriol. It includes a large area of ??archaeological remains and vestiges in the form of objects and remains of the Roman past of Rubí where the greatest concentration of remains is in the space between the forest and the Can Sant Joan path.9. Ermita de Sant Muç. Located 3 kilometers away from Rubí, it was built in 1759 although there was already one before the beginning of 1300. Inside there are some popular paintings with more than 200 years of age.10. Parc dels Pins. Recently renovated, it is one of the lungs of the town, an ode to tranquility and relaxation, just a short distance from the center of Rubí.


Headquarters Sant Cugat

Francesc Moragas 17-19

Tel. 93 544 16 55

Service Point Rubi

Ps. de les Torres 47, Rubi

Tel. 93 544 16 55