Roman aqueduct Ferreres or Devil's bridge - an ancient water conduit and one of the historical landmarks of Tarragona.

This is one of the ancient aqueducts and the largest in Catalonia.

Today, the aqueduct is not only a landmark, but is also used as the most common bridge that crosses over a ravine and connect two sections of the Park.


The Cathedral of Tarragona - Roman Catholic Church - the main Cathedral of Tarragona, - one of the most famous and monumental buildings of Tarragona.

The Cathedral dedicated to Saint Thekla, and combines Romanesque and Gothic styles. Since 1905, the Tarragona Cathedral is a national monument of Spain.

Tarragona Cathedral is situated on a hill in the historic part of the city.


Maritime quarter Serrallo is a small district (formerly the fisherman's district), located in the Western part of the city, where is adjacent to the coast and the seaport of Tarragona.

Currently, a quarter of Serrallo is an area consisting of several streets, which is perhaps one of the most picturesque in Tarragona.


The port of Tarragona is one of the largest seaports of Spain.

For vacationers in Tarragona, the port is of interest primarily as a place for walking and relaxing. On the territory of the port are several mollo, where you can go hiking or do sports (running, cycling, rollerblading, etc.) while you marvel at the white yachts as well as a couple playgrounds, some of the sights, museums, places to stay, cafes, bars and restaurants.


Roman Colonial forum (Forum de la Colonia) - Roman forum, one of the first Roman structures that have emerged in Terraco (now Tarragona).

At the time, the forum was an important center of community life, where was concentrated the social and political life of the city. It was a place of meetings and meetings by local elites.


The Amphitheatre in Tarragona (formerly the Amphitheatre of Tarraco) is a Roman amphitheatre, built approximately in the 2nd century ad. At that time, Tarraco was the capital of the Roman province.

Initially, the amphitheater was used for two activities: battle of gladiators and fighting or hunting of animals. Later the amphitheater was also a place where the executed was sentenced to death.


L'Arrabassada beach (Playa de l'Arrabassada) is one of the beaches of Tarragona.

In our opinion, l'Arrabassada beach in Tarragona. In addition, the Arrabassada beach has a very attractive location.

Playa Arrabassada and has been awarded the "Blue flag" - a sign of purity and safety of the beach and sea water.


Tourist Train in Tarragona (Tarraco Trenet Turistic) - a small train that runs along the tourist centre of Tarragona, created with the aim of exploring the main attractions of the city.

While driving excursion train makes 12 stops, passing...


Tarragona is a city located on the coast of the Balearic sea, part of the Autonomous region of Catalonia.

Tarragona is situated at a distance of 92 km South-West from Barcelona city centre and 80 kilometres from Barcelona's airport El Prat.

From the airport of Barcelona can be reached in Tarragona: direct public bus, taxi or car.

From Barcelona city centre to Tarragona - by bus, train, taxi, or auto.


Lookout "Balcony of the Mediterranean" (Balcó del Mediterrani) - one of the most visited and memorable sights of Tarragona.

From the observation deck offers spectacular panoramic views of the endless sea, the harbour, main beach and part of the city.

The observation deck is located on the edge of the 23-metre-high cliff, in the center of...

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