Environment and Leisure

Mercat del Ram

When spring begins Vic celebrates one of the most traditional fairs of the country.

Agricultural machinery and cars exhibitions, livestock, equestrian demonstrations, renewable energies, gastronomy... Are part of the great number of activities that take place in the center of the city.

This fair is an important reference in the whole country.

Picture taken from flickr

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Medieval Market in Vic

The first days of December, Vic remembers its medieval past. Artisan’s stalls, regional food, shows and a real medieval atmosphere make this market one of the most popular events in the city.

www.vicfires.cat - www.vicmedieval.cat

Picture taken from vicfires.cat

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Mercat de Música Viva de Vic

One of the most important dates in the city’s agenda is the “Mercat de Música Viva” (Live Music Market). Since September 1988, this appointment has become an important reference in our country and also an important meeting of the music that is being created around the world.


Picture taken from www.flickr.com/photos/mercatmusicavic

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Cultural routes and guided visits

To discover all the beautiful places in the city, its historic centre and its huge cultural heritage, there are several options: the touristic route, the painter Josep Maria Sert’s route, guided visits, visits with audioguides (also specially adapted for people with visual difficulties), Segway tours, etc.  


Roman Temple - Vic, picture taken from Panoramio

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Itineraries and paths

There are several itineraries and natural paths in the area, with both long and short lengths that start or pass through the city: “Camí Ral Vic – Olot”, Path of Saint James or Pilgrims’ Road to Santiago, Paths of the Bishop and Abbot Olib (Romanic route), among others signaled routes. They will all make you discover the great natural and historical value of Vic and its surroundings.


Camí Ral, picture taken from Wikiloc

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