This station takes its name from the Count of Urgell Street. James the Second of Urgell, son of Peter the Second of Urgell and of Daisy de Montferrat, was born in Balaguer in the year 1380. Known as The Unfortunate, he was to be the last Count of Urgell, title that he inherited from his father. He was also named Viscount of Àger and Lord of Alcolea of Cinca and Fraga.
Bodega SEPÚLVEDA Carrer de Sepúlveda, 173 bis Phone 933 325 944 – 934 547 094 www.bodegasepulveda.net More than 100 home-made tapas! I highly recommend the: «cap-i-pota»*. (*This is a traditional dish done with the cartilaginous parts of the pig’s head and leg, cooked and seasoned with pine kernels, fried bread, garlic and parsley.)
THE PINK ELEPHANT Carrer de Villarroel, 82 Phone 935 024 825 In this restaurant you’ll feel like you were back in the early twentieth century in New York and you can taste traditional dishes of North America cuisine.
ESPAI DE FOTOGRAFÍA FRANCESC CATALÀ-ROCA (Centre cívic Casa Golferichs) Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 491 Phone 933 237 790 www.golferichs.org At Casa Golerichs, built in 1900 according to a project by the architect Joan Rubió i Bellver, you’ll find this space dedicated to photography where you will be able to take a number of courses and visit very interesting exhibitions.
CLUB ESCANDINAVO Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 541, 1º2ª Phone 934 519 878 This center organizes a cycle of Nordic cinema for the general public. In case you want to learn more about the Nordic countries.
TEATRE LA VILLARROEL Carrer de Villarroel, 87 Tel. 934 511 234 www.lavillarroel.cat This theatre founded in 1972 has a long tradition for its social compromise.
GUASCH TEATRE carrer d’Aragó, 140 Phone 934 513 462 www.guaschteatre.com A little theater where you will find shows fit for the entire family. Well known especially for its shows for children on the weekends.