This is an interesting route that takes visitors to Lleida’s main Romanesque monuments, the most outstanding of which are to be found in the Vall de Boí (L'Alta Ribagorça - Spain), whose nine temples: the Assumpció in Cóll; Santa Maria in Cardet; Sant Feliu in Barruera; the church of la Nativitat and hermitage of Sant Quirc in Durro; Santa Eulàlia in Erill-la-Vall; Sant Joan in Boí; Santa Maria and Sant Climent in Taüll, have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In the Val d'Aran (Spain) the most outstanding monuments are the churches of Bossòst, Vielha, Escunhau, Arties, Salardú, Unha and Tredòs. L'Alt Urgell (Spain) also boasts a number of spectacular buildings that include the cathedral of Santa Maria in la Seu d'Urgell. In la Noguera (Spain) amongst others, it is important to highlight the chapel of San Pere at Àger. In el Pallars Jussà (Spain), the most outstanding monuments are the castle and the chapel of Santa Maria at Mur.

The most important buildings in el Pallars Sobirà (Spain) include the monastery of Santa Maria in Gerri de la Sal and the church of Son, in València d'Àneu. La Segarra (Spain) houses a range of interesting constructions, one of the most significant of which is the church of San Esteve at Pelagalls. The most outstanding monuments in el Segrià (Spain) are the Seu Vella (old cathedral), the church of San Martí and the Palau de la Paeria (City Hall). In el Solsonès (Spain), the most important buildings are the cathedral of Santa Maria, the Museu Diocesà i Comarcal (Diocesan and Local District Museum) of Solsona and the church of San Esteve at Olius. In l'Urgell (Spain), outstanding monuments include the monastery of Vallbona de les Monges and the church of Sta. Maria in Agramunt. Significant monuments in les Garrigues (Spain) include the church at Vinaixa.