In the small town of Torrelles de Llobregat, located 12 km from Barcelona, there is an interesting park - “Catalonia in Miniature” (Catalunya en Miniatura). This is a park-museum, the essence of which is not only to show the historical sights of Catalonia, but also to display this region of the country in the form of mini-copies of all architectural objects. The park was opened in 1983 and is one of the largest in Europe. Miniature exhibits occupy half of the entire park, which is 60,000 square meters. m. "Catalonia in miniature" has more than 145 exact mini-copies made by hand by park masters on a scale of 1:25 and 1:33. The most famous of them are: the Sagrada Familia (Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família), Park Guell with gingerbread houses, Most of the works by Antonio Gaudi, the Museum-Theater of Salvador Dali, Camp Nou Stadium. The park includes medieval castles, ancient churches, historic buildings, models of various structures (bridges, roads, airport) and much more. Visitors to the park can see the top of the most interesting historical sights, and get acquainted with the geographical diversity of the region. For a more realistic presentation, small tourists, car models, and a mini railway were reproduced in the park-museum. Many models begin to move at the touch of a button: cars, trains, cable cars drive; planes are noisy, the choir sings; submarine floats; skiers ride downhill from the mountains, etc. A walk through miniature Catalonia takes about 2-2.5 hours. Those interested can see all the exhibits from a special tourist two-car train that runs around the perimeter of the park. Taking into account the proximity of the park to Barcelona, the low cost of tickets, as well as the presence of restaurants and playgrounds in the park, Catalonia in miniature attracts tourists from all over the world. In just a couple of hours you can plunge into the amazing atmosphere of Catalonia and see all its attractions. A visit to Catalunya en Miniatura is a great way to informatively and interestingly spend time with the whole family.