How to get here

By car
The main roads that reach Penedès wine area are the N340, C15, C32 and AP7. You can create your route through Google maps

By train
Traveling by train is part of the journey, it is one of the most sustainable transport options today and it allows you to enjoy the landscape.
If you are already in Catalonia, you can get to Penedès with the RENFE commuter train through the following lines:

  • Cercanías R4 - Manresa - Terrassa- Vilafranca - San Vicenç de Calders
  • Cercanías R2 - Granollers Centro - San Vicenç de Calders

If you come from abroad, you should know that Catalonia has five cities integrated into the European high-speed rail network (AVE), two of them with stops in Barcelona and Tarragona-Reus, connected to Penedès through the RENFE commuter network

By plane
The Penedès is close to the airports of Barcelona and Tarragona. You will find the information of each airport in AENA

Get around by public transport
You have bus and train lines that will take you to Penedès. You can find the itinerary that best suits your needs on the Gencat portal




Main attractions

The Museum is located in the original installations of the steam locomotive depot of Vilanova i la Geltrú, some railway constructions done between the
Sant Martí Sarroca’s medieval church and castle are regarded as an historic and artistic site of national interest.
The permanent exhibition at the VINSEUM is dedicated to the vineyard and wine, and the close connection these have with the Penedès region and Catalonia. Your journey starts on the third floor of the Royal Palace and ends with a cava or wine tasting in the tavern of the museum.
The Castle of the Holy Cross is a fortified area from the medieval period, first documented in 1037

Where to go


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What to do in Penedès


Vilafranca del Penedès
29th August- 2nd September
Sant Cugat Sesgarrigues
Once a month
Pau Casals Museum
30 July, 1 August
Pau Casals Museum
16 August

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