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Martorell is a town that belongs to Baix Llobregat shire, in Catalonia, Spain, primarily known for its medieval Devil's bridge. Martorell is the home of the SEAT automobile factory, as well as the Audi Q3. Martorell is a wonderful holiday destination, where you can enjoy the local attractions, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Here are some of the best attractions in Martorell tourists can enjoy.

Top Attractions Within Martorell

The Pont del Diable is a medieval bridge crossing the river Llobregat in Martorell. The present bridge features a large pointed arch, constructed in 1283 on Roman foundations. The main clear span is an impressive 37.3 m with a stone chapel on top. The bridge features a Roman triumphal arch at its eastern abutment. Today, the bridge is restricted to pedestrians.

Der-eben Restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Martorell. It has a massive menu in the evening with pizza combination platas and grilled meat . There is something for every taste, with good value menus of the day. Besides pizza, the restaurant has also got a brasserie, where you can try some of the most delicious desserts. The restaurant has also got a fine selection of wines and special Spanish beverages.

La Sagrada Familia is located at about 10 miles from Martorell city center. La Sagrada Familia is one of Gaudi's most famous works in Barcelona. It is a giant temple that has been under construction since 1882 and it is not expected to be completed for between 30 to 80 years. The actual style of construction appears somewhat different between the new and old parts of the building.

Torre de Collserolla is located 10 miles from Martorel city center. This tower is a uniquely designed building, located in Barcelona. It was designed by architect Sir Norman Foster, and built in 1991 for the 1992 Summer Olympics. It features a pod for floor space like many towers but uses guy wires for lateral support like a mast.