Parking in Castellar del Vallés City Hall - Castellar del Valles

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Castellar del Vallès Town Hall, also known as Casa Tolrà, was built between 1850 and 1890 as the luxury home of Josep Tolrà Abellà, doctor and founder of the Tolrà cotton company. The building stands on Calle General Boadella and is actually made up of three buildings: a residence, a farm and an area of chicken coops.



Since 1994, the Tolrà mansion has been the seat of Castellar del Vallès Town Council, although during the Spanish Civil War it was used as the seat of the municipal board and later as a children’s home (1968-1986) and as a secondary school (1987-1993).

The architect, Emilio Sala i Cortés, designed it on three floors and Neoclassical symmetry. The façade is divided into five sections. The middle section juts out slightly from the other four and has a curved pediment on top.

Inside, the building includes a room currently used for plenary council sessions. The building is also adorned with paintings by well-known Catalan artists such as Raimon Roca, Alfons Gubern and Lluís Valls Areny. All of the windows are architraved and decorated with small floral motifs, while the shutters are painted green to match the surrounding landscape.

In front of the building there is a romantic garden with an octagonal wooden gazebo, a fountain, plants and a wonderful cast iron pergola. Another unusual feature are the benches designed in the Catalan Modernist style, all for public use and ideal for sitting down to read, rest or even enjoy some refreshment.

If you’re passing through Castellar del Vallès to visit this lovely little spot and you need to park your car, you can leave it in our Saba car park on Plaza Mayor. Our car park has spaces allocated for disabled drivers and a section for motorbikes.

Parking Saba in Castellar del Valles

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You’ll find Saba parking facilities right next to the major roads in Castellar del Vallès. This way, you can make your way around the town without parking problems and with the convenience of using your own car.

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If you’re going for a day trip to Castellar del Vallès or you’re there for business, remember that you have a Saba car park right in the town centre. It’s the best way to enjoy the town with complete peace of mind, without the worry of having to leave your vehicle too far away. Park it and make the most of your time!