The Andorra Opera Season presents Verdi's “La Traviata” on the stage of the Claror Auditorium with two shows, on the first weekend of March.
The Rabassa Restaurant is in a rural setting at an altitude of 1,600 m in the Naturlandia resort.
The La Rabassa Restaurant has limited seating for around 50 people. The building is fully adapted for wheelchair users and provides a full range of services. Modern and welcoming, it is a great place to eat or just have a drink. The restaurant is divided into two areas, one used as a dining room at lunch times only while the other has two cafés (La Cafetería and La Barra 1600), where you can get fast food such as pizzas, mixed dishes, baguettes, set meals and much more, or have a soft drink or coffee while relaxing for a while.
The large terrace just in front of the restaurant offers panoramic views of the whole La Rabassa park. Here you can also stay to eat or have a drink outdoors while looking out over the adventure zone. The restaurant organises banquets for celebrations or meetings. Services also include free Wi-Fi Internet to connect your mobile phone, computer or tablet. Credit card payments are accepted and the whole building is fully adapted for wheelchair users. The staff at La Rabassa Restaurant speak Catalan and Spanish. One of the few things not permitted is bringing pets inside.
If you fancy staying for lunch in Naturlandia, then restaurant hours are every day from 1.00 to 4.00 pm, except the week of 20-26 April, when it closes for holidays.
What kind of food will you find?
This restaurant, specialising in Andorran cuisine offers a wide variety of a la carte dishes and tapas to suit your tastes. The restaurant's recommendations include the chef's entrecôte and the mountain "trinxat" (potatoes, cabbage and pork), two dishes that will have you licking your lips. All kinds of grilled meats are also served for your enjoyment. If you like a glass of wine with your meal, then don't miss the chance to see what you think of the wines from our cellar.
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