Sights & landmarks in Lleida

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  • DjangoDjango
    Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany559 contributions
    Driving in to Lleida u cannot miss it. Standing high and proud on top of the highest hill of the city is the Turo Seu Vella.

    The complex itself is also wonderful. The cloister is still in a very good shape.
    The old catedral still has beautiful 13th century frescoes and there are the very pretty old gates on the site.

    If you are not really into history the way up is still very rewarding as you will have fantastic views over the whole town.
    Written 20 September 2021
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  • Stephen K
    Barcelona, Spain6 contributions
    Unfortunately I went for an evening with my 10yo son, we were not warned to dress warmly, it was quite cold when the roof was opened. We were also not informed that this supposed, International tourist attraction would be a 2+ hour session, all in Catalan, which is a language only understood by locals. DO NOT bother to book the full sessions if you are not fluent with the Catalan language, no other languages were offered, so this is not for anyone other than locals. Very disappointed.
    Written 1 July 2021
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  • Chris G
    Aberdeen151 contributions
    Well, we really enjoyed our visit although we did not go inside. We had decided to visit Lleida on our way home from the coast but after I had made the booking, I was unsure that there would be much activity in the city on a Sunday. It was a lovely day, the last Sunday in October and we decided to go up to the church. From the square there are steps, but also a lift and an escalator that can be taken half way up and then there is another lift which goes almost all the way to the top. The views were stunning and we found that there was a fiesta in progress. There was a classic car rally, a group of drummers, line dancing, people dressed up in old uniforms, archery, stalls selling local produce etc. It was great. We had our dog with us so could coy go inside so we will leave that for another visit. I had read reviews saying that it was a crumbling edifice, but we found it interesting and beautiful. There is a nice cafe near the top with views over the river and the prices are less that you would expect. Well worth the visit and I hope to come back again.

    Written 8 November 2019
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  • jcbearish
    Barcelona, Spain4 contributions
    Found this small castle by accident, just walking up a hill to see what was there. For under 3 euro you can tour the house and battlements, and watch a short video in multiple languages about the Templar Knights.

    The staff are very friendly and accommodating, and it was not crowded on the Sunday afternoon I was there. Don’t wear flip flops - the ground is covered in thistles that stuck to my sneakers, and I am now crunching my way across Lleida to my next stop 😂
    Written 18 August 2019
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  • Eric S
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands416 contributions
    Again a building with history, worthwhile for short visit. The vault is interesting with its prison cell with graffiti.
    Written 19 May 2018
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  • AlbertSalichs
    Manresa, Spain9,745 contributions
    Castle of Mur is one of the castles located in the Middle Ages border between Christian and Muslim Empires, in Lleida region, in Catalonia. The Castle of Mur is the most known and very well preserved building in the region, which you can visit in a guided visit. You can enter in the tower and some rooms and you can walk on the top of walls. In fact, from here you can see very beautiful views of surroundings. Really a very nice visit. Also, in the inner part of the complex, you also see the Church of Santa Maria del Mur, a wonderful building.
    Also, if you want to see other castles in the region, tou can go to the Castles of Llordà (you do a dramatized visit), Guàrdia (you can walk from Castle of Mur, about 45minutes by walk and there you can see only the tower and the best views of surroundings) and Orcau (a vastle in ruins with a very beautiful views of surroundings). We did this 4 visits in one day, very recommendable.
    Written 20 May 2019
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  • Mike L
    Huddersfield1,043 contributions
    It is a very impressive station a fine façade and some modern walkways in side; good communications in side the building with some spacious buffet areas. It was only the toilets that let it down-a common problem in transit areas.
    Written 19 August 2017
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  • Maria S
    2 contributions
    We ended up in Lleida because Barcelona was very crowded.
    What a gem in the Roser convent Parador, we found the restoration to be top notch! We stayed two nights, bought the breakfast buffet I highly recommend doing that, you will be able to sample their cuisine this way. The Roser is situated on the Main Street lots of shops very good location you can walk to Seú Vella in 5 minutes. We also walked to the train station with our luggage. Lleida is a small city nice for a weekend.
    Written 12 August 2018
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  • AndrewF31_KA
    Manresa, Spain139 contributions
    Visited the park in easter, April 1st, so the trees and flowers hadn’t bloomed yet but could imagine how it would look in the spring and summer. The diversity of trees is quite interesting. There is a nice playground for kids with some original games like one where you can pull dirt up to a slide with a widmill or a bulldozer sandpit. Quite some fun. Worth a visit for sure when visiting Lleida.
    Written 1 April 2018
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  • Edward S
    Newport, UK7 contributions
    Gerri de la Sal has a natural salt spring which has been collected and dried out to provide salt for a large part of Northern Spain from the time of the Norman Conquest of Britain in 1066. Great kingdoms have risen and been deposed by virtue of the salt and its remote mountain location.
    The apparently small museum has been cleverly divided to provide a much bigger experience than might have been expected.
    The Tourist information office provided plenty of brochures detailing local castles and other interesting features worth visiting.
    Well worth spending some time there.
    Written 24 May 2017
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  • AndrewF31_KA
    Manresa, Spain139 contributions
    We didn’t have time to enter but the few minutes in the patio/cloister were enough to recommend it, including palm trees like in cloisters in Palma de Maiorca.
    Written 1 April 2018
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  • Aqua_Uomo
    Toronto, Canada7,388 contributions
    Sorry I cannot get pass the "average" mark in my reviews about Lleida. I am an avid traveler looking for history, architecture and culture but in the same time I have so many to compare to.

    This again only get an Average evaluation. Nothing spectacular. Too new and made in hurry. It looks too plain, no appeal at all and no architecture recognition, too clean, too dull. It is a meeting point rather than a historical benchmark if I may say that.

    It is only worth a glance. Get in if you stumble on it but make no efforts, there are better cathedrals out there.
    Cheers !
    Written 15 September 2019
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  • Elad S
    Tel Aviv, Israel298 contributions
    Worth for the tower, else than that it's just another old cathedral with nothing really special in it.
    Written 9 October 2019
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  • sweatshop51
    Worland, WY325 contributions
    I give this a high rating because it is free and open to the public. Nice place to stop in and cool off while shopping. Quiet and a great place to reflect and refocus.
    Written 25 June 2017
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