La Rambla

Main artery of the city, its true heart and centre of cultural events, markets and fairs held throughout the year.

The buildings of very different styles stand out, ranging from the neoclassical baroque to modernism, offering the passer-by an elegant and colourful postcard. Sitting on one of the terraces of its cafés is an experience.

Sant Ferrán castle

The Sant Ferrán castle was built in the 18th century as a large military fortress, located on a hill in the town of Figueres.

It is one of the largest monuments in Catalonia, covering a total of 80 acres.

Teatro-Museo Dalí

Unique and surrealist, Dalí's theatre-museum was inaugurated in 1974 and houses a wide range of works by Salvador Dalí from his early days, surrealist artwork down to his latest pieces.

Was built in the site of the former Figueres theatre and designed by Dalí himself. Also worth noting are the unique creations by the artist, specifically designed for the Museum. Enter Dalí's surreal universe and get carried away!



The collection

The collection

All year

The Toy Museum of Catalonia was inaugurated in 1982 in the premises of the former Hotel París on Rambla de Figueres. The collection consists mainly of industrial toys and games dating from the end of the 19th century until today.

Flea market

Flea market

On the third Saturday of the month

Go to the Rambla of the city to find antiques and / or collection items in this flea market that takes place on the third Saturday of the month.


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