The office is located in the northern part of Sant Cugat del Vallès – a town just a few kilometres away from Barcelona. The city centre is nearby and we have direct access to the AP-7 motorway, which connects us to the city of Barcelona. The international airport and the train station are 20 minutes away by car.
The Sant Cugat shopping centre is a 10-minute walk from the office and has restaurants offering sushi, crepes, tapas and sandwiches, along with a supermarket.
For something a bit more adventurous, head to the Restaurant @ QGAT Hotel or walk five minutes to the Brau restaurant, which was recently voted the best sporting restaurant by a TV cookery show because it is located inside a Padel tennis club.
Our adessi enjoy the pizza day that we organize on the last Thursday of each month.
Sant Cugat del Vallès is famous for its ancient Benedictine abbey, which is the hallmark of the town and includes a church (dating back to the 12-14th century) and a large Romanesque cloister from the late 12th century.
Two cultural highlights are the medieval Castell de Canals castle and the Gothic Can Vernet bridge. The town centre also contains delightful examples of modernist architecture, such as the Casa Armet residence by Ferrán Romeu and Casa Lluch by Eduard Maria Balcells.
Modernist architecture is an architectural style based on new and innovative construction technologies, in particular the use of glass and steel. It emerged in the second half of the 19th century and was dominant right up to the 1970s, when it was gradually replaced by postmodern architecture.
Sant Cugat del Vallès is the ideal place for nature lovers. The centrally located Parque Central is the most important green space in the town. The nearby Collserola park is one of the largest urban parks in the world, offering the perfect starting point for countless interesting walking and cycling routes.
Sant Cugat enjoys some 300 days of sunshine a year and has a spectacular landscape. Sports enthusiasts will love this location: there are many kilometres of walking and cycling routes, horseback riding paths, as well as tennis, rugby, football, field hockey and athletics sports clubs.