10 Sights in Sabadell, Spain (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sabadell, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Sabadell, Spain.

List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Sabadell

1. Masia de Can Rull

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Can Rull is a Renaissance farmhouse in the city of Sabadell protected as a cultural asset of local interest. Formerly called Mas d'en Torrella and later Can Julià Ferrer, the current name was given to him by Josep de Rull, who was regent of the Royal Council of Catalonia, of the Ministry of the Supreme Council of Aragon and Chancellor of the Royal Council. Currently the farmhouse gives its name to the neighborhood that surrounds it, started in 1919. Basilica farmhouse with slopes that give water to the side facades. The main façade is exceptionally oriented to the east, has an attic with arched windows, a voussoired door and Renaissance-style windows. The materials used in construction are stone and pebbles. In the midday part there is an arch that could be from the fifteenth century. In the cup there is an engraved stone that refers to the year 1682.

Wikipedia: Masia de Can Rull (CA)

2. Sant Vicenç de Verders

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Sant Vicenç de Verders or Sant Vicenç Sarriera. It is a Romanesque hermitage in the municipality of Sabadell. It has pre-Romanesque and Lombard characteristics. The access door is in a round arch and framing of stones. It has a single nave with a barrel vault and a semicircular apse decorated with Lombard arches above a double-slit central window. The front and side doors have a semicircular arch. Today the entire roof is made of slabs, although before that there were only ones in the apse. Above it there is a small opening with the same characteristics. The roof is on two sides and tiled. The portal to the main façade faces the west and has a second access to the south façade.

Wikipedia: Sant Vicenç de Verders (CA)

3. Sant Julià d'Altura

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Sant Julià d'Altura is a church in Sabadell that was initially a rural parish in the old municipality of Terrassa and, later, in Sant Pere de Terrassa. When in 1904 the municipality of Sant Pere de Terrassa was undone, Sant Julià was included in the municipality of Sabadell and today it is part of the Ca n'Oriac neighborhood. Within the municipality was the castle of Ribatallada, owned by the Montcada (1136-1310) and the Clasquerí afterwards, and also the fortress farmhouse of Castellarnau and a good group of farmhouses. It is located in one of the most beautiful places in the rodal, near the timba of the Ribatallada stream and touching the forest of Can Deu.

Wikipedia: Sant Julià d'Altura (CA)

4. Torre de l'Aigua

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Sabadell's Water Tower is a modernist water tank considered one of the most emblematic buildings in the city, to the point of being its identifying symbol. It rises on the east side of the city, almost at the very edge of the banks of the Ripoll river, near the Caldes de Montbui road. It functioned as a depot between 1922 and 1967. It is considered one of the 100 "Elements of the Industrial Heritage of Catalonia" and you can take guided tours on the days of the Festa Major, the first weekend of September. The tower is listed as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest under registration number 1508-I.

Wikipedia: Torre de l'Aigua (Sabadell) (CA)

5. Museu d'Història de Sabadell

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The Sabadell History Museum or MHS is a pluridisciplinary museum that brings together collections on the archaeology, history and ethnology of the city of Sabadell, especially in relation to wool manufacture and the textile industry. Lectures and talks are given on subjects regarding the city's history. Entrance is free and wheelchair accessible.

Wikipedia: Sabadell History Museum (EN)

6. Capella de Sant Nicolau

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The hermitage of Sant Nicolau, within the municipality of Sabadell, is located on the left side of the Ripoll river, next to the cemetery of Sabadell and in the neighborhood called Sant Nicolau in reference to the hermitage. It is one of the four Romanesque churches in the city and today it is owned by Sabadell City Council.

Wikipedia: Capella de Sant Nicolau (CA)

7. Plaça del Treball

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Plaça del Treball is the nerve centre of the Gràcia district of Sabadell. It is an urban green space, bounded by Sant Ferran, Permanyer, Manso and Verdaguer streets. Before urbanizing it, it had hosted the football field of the Gimnàstic Mercantil club. At number 1 of the square is the civic center of the neighborhood.

Wikipedia: Plaça del Treball (CA)

8. Ermita de Togores

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The Hermitage of Togores is a monument in the municipality of Sabadell protected as a cultural asset of local interest. It is a hermitage and farmhouse possibly from the fourteenth century, located to the left of the Ripoll, in the valley of the River Tort, on an esplanade surrounded by holm oaks.

Wikipedia: Ermita de Togores (CA)

9. Castell d'Arraona

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The Turó del Castell d'Arraona is a mountain of 212 meters above sea level that is located in the municipality of Sabadell, in the Vallès Occidental region. At the top of the summit, the ruins of the old castle of Arraona remain.

Wikipedia: Turó del Castell d'Arraona (CA)

10. Santíssima Trinitat

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The ancient Roman church is an Abad parrish church, located at the junction of Ambra and Urban Street. The administrative level of the church depends on the bishop of Abad, who belongs to the wrong bishop.

Wikipedia: Església de la Santíssima Trinitat (Sabadell) (CA)


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