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6 things to do and see in Tarragona and Reus area.

Catalunya is divided into four provinces, Barcelona, Girona, Lleida and Tarragona. Tarragona city is the capital of this province and is located on the Mediterranean Costa Durada one hours train ride from Barcelona.

Tarragona city has the largest amount of Roman ruins which are all open to the public as museums that form part of the collection of MHT, Museos historics de Tarragona. On this page I detail what to do and see in Tarragona city. For information about beaches on the Costa Durada around Tarragona visit the Costa Durada locality page or use the search bar.

This page also covers attractions in the interior away from the coast by relatively near to Tarragona.

Happy Exploring!

Mola de Colldejou Plateau

Mola de Colldejou Plateau

18km route in Llaberia natural park via forestall paths. Ravine to Moll de Colldejou plateau ruined castle. Panoramic views of coastline and interior landscape.

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Updated: Oct 13, 2021

Cathedral De Tarragona

Cathedral De Tarragona

Roman Cathedral or Moorish temple, cloister and Diocesan Museum, Building dates back to 1154. Open for visits depending on local religious festivals.

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Updated: Oct 10, 2021

Roman Tarragona Wall And Gardens

Roman Tarragona Wall And Gardens

Substantial remains of the old roman city wall surrounded by ornate gardens and later fortifications of cannons.

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Updated: Oct 10, 2021

Roman Tarragona Pont Del Diable Aquaduct

Roman Tarragona Pont Del Diable Aquaduct

One of two roman viaducts crossing valleys on the outskirts of Tarragona. Preserved in woodland park. Walk up embankment and along the top of viaduct.

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Updated: Oct 10, 2021

Roman Tarragona Circus And Pretorium

Roman Tarragona Circus And Pretorium

Roman circus (chariot racing arena) and Praetorium building with substantial vaults. Open to the public as part of the Museum of History Tarragona (MHT).

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Updated: Oct 10, 2021

Roman Tarragona Amphitheatre

Roman Tarragona Amphitheatre

Substantial ruins of Roman amphitheatre from 2nd Century and now a museum open to the public as part of the Museum of History Tarragona (MHT).

Views: 244
Updated: Oct 10, 2021

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