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The Vicpuntzero site offers an immersive experience at the highest point of the historical centre, the place where Vic came into being 2,000 years ago with the creation of the Roman city of Auso. This epicentre is now the starting point for visitors keen to explore Vic, interpret its past and understand its present. This
is where our history begins…
The Vicpuntzero Experience is a guided tour that offers visitors a
reinterpretation of the archaeological complex of the baroque Church of La Pietat and its bell tower, and of the Fonda Chapel archaeological site, which contains Late Antique and mediaeval
remains. The tour is capped by an immersive audio-visual experience with a powerful and innovative technological design, entitled “Vic, a journey through time and art”, taking visitors on
a journey through the history of the city with art as the common thread


Vicpuntzero Experience: guided tour of all the areas of the site, including the archaeological site, the climb up to the bell tower and the immersive audio-visual experience
Opening hours: Saturdays at 10am (duration: 1’5h),
at 12pm (duration: 1’5h), Sundays and public holidays
at 12pm (duration: 1’5h)

Descovering Vic: guided tour of all the areas of the Vicpuntzero site (archaeological site, bell tower and audio visual experience), which serves as a starting point for continuing your exploration of the city’s historical centre
Opening hours: Saturdays at 17pm(duration: 2h)

Departure point for tours of the Vicpuntzero site: Vic Tourist Office, plaça del Pes
In addition to these times, bespoke tours can be booked for groups of at least 10 people. For bespoke tours, please call
93 886 20 91 or send an email to:

Vicpuntzero Experience tour: €6
Discovering Vic tour: €8
Combined tour (Vicpuntzero + Episcopal Museum + Cathedral): €10
Concessions: €4
Tickets must be purchased on the website ( or in person at the Vic Tourist Office, Plaça del Pes  or by phone on 93 886 20 91

Conditions of the visit to consider:
Tickets for the visit will be collected at the Vic Tourist Office.

Visits begin in the same office

Tickets must be purchased through our or from half an hour before each session and up to ten minutes before at the Vic Tourist Office
All types of visit are accompanied by a guide
Due to the characteristics of the space, it is necessary to wear comfortable shoes, in no case a stiletto heel
The visit is accessible for people with functional diversity with the exception of the bell tower and the high spaces of the church and for people with visual and hearing impairments
Sign language translation service is available to individuals / groups who request it in advance
Visita apte en català, castellà, francès i anglès

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