Vic VII – heritage experiences, an integrated ticket that includes admission to Vic Cathedral, the Romanesque bell tower, the Episcopal Museum, the Roman Temple, the Leather Art Museum, the Sert Room of the City Hall and a guided tour of the historical centre of the city.
Guided tour of the Romanesque and Gothic art collections of the Episcopal Museum, a climb up the Romanesque bell tower of Vic Cathedral and a visit to the facilities of Casa Riera Ordeix to taste the famous Llonganissa de Vic (dry-cured sausage) and discover its artisanal production process.
A full Saturday in the city! Includes a sausage-themed morning activity, a cultural visit to the MEV, music at the top of the Romanesque bell tower, a guided tour of the historical centre and a stroll around the main shopping streets.
A fun way to explore the city’s historical centre on the theme of Bishop Oliba.
Guided tour for groups amid the rafters and vaults of the cathedral. Without a doubt, a highly original way to visit Vic Cathedral.
The workshop essentially involves enjoying and learning how to make botifarres (Catalan sausages) in different flavours. Discover all the secrets and techniques for making your own excellent botifarres.
Immerse yourself in the mediaeval world! The MEV (Episcopal Museum of Vic) and Osona Turisme have joined forces to offer you a fantastic experience consisting of a guided tour of the mediaeval collections of the museum, a climb up of the Romanesque bell tower of Vic Cathedral and a guided tour of the Benedictine Monastery of Sant Pere de Casserres.
Special offer for family or group flights
Climb aboard and enjoy the city’s heritage as you travel
The famous Llonganissa de Vic welcomes you. As soon as you go through the door of Casa Riera Ordeix you are struck by an extraordinary, intense aroma inviting you to discover the Llonganissa de Vic (Vic dry-cured sausage) with all your senses.
From Barcelona to the Pyrenees, stopping off in Vic, coinciding with the day of the traditional market that has been held in the city for over a thousand years.