The city tour was made in pairs and groups of 4. Each group had a map. Students had to go to the places mentioned in the booklet received before leaving the school. They had to answer the quiz written in English and listen to the teacher who explained the history of the places. They visited the cathedral, Parc Nadal where they found information about biodiversity, Palau Falguera, a famous palace from the 17th century surrounded by a stunning garden inspired by the 19th century that gives the place a majestic air of clear aristocratic reminiscences, the pedagogical restaurant from Marti Dot. Then we went to La Nau (part of the premises of the Local Council) where are stored cultural elements for the most important festivals in the city, for example Fiesta de Tardor(festival of fire) in October, or the festival of Giants and big heads parade.
Later, we visited Casaldel Joves(youth Centre) which opened in October 2018 and offers activities for young people after school ( music, drama, dance, etc...)
That visit was followed by a reception at the Town Hall. The mayor of the city of Sant Feliude Llobregatwelcomed us and made a short friendly speech in three different languages. We were shown videos of the "Festesde Primavera" (annual exhibition of roses at Palau Falguera).
The lunch we were offered at the Town Hall had been prepared by the students from the vocational section