province of north-eastern Spain
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Lleida is a province in Catalonia, Spain.

St Climent de Taüll, one of the world heritage listed churches in the Boí Valley
Lleida and the Cathedral, the Seu Vella

CitiesEdit

 
Map of Lleida (province)

  • 1 Lleida — door to the west Pyrenees mountains, has a cathedral, the Seu Vella.
  • 2 Taüll — a particularly attractive place at the end of the bus route through the Boi Valley.
  • 3 La Seu d'Urgell

Other destinationsEdit

  • 1 Val d'Aran , the only region of Catalonia on the north face of the Pyrenees
  • 2 Vall del Corb , little valley between Lleida and Tarragona with a couple of medieval villages.
  • 3 Baqueira-Beret, ski resort.

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SeeEdit

  • Catalan Romanesque Churches of the Vall de Boí — nine world heritage listed churches in the Boí Valley.

DoEdit

Go to Les Alexandrias, a rugged western hamlet near the Aragonese mountain range. Famous for its bull-fighting festivals in which the bull holds a red cape and bullfighters run after it.

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