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All reviews roman amphitheatre gladiator fights well worth a visit overlooking the sea beautiful site buy a ticket information boards roman ruin visiting tarragona day trip combined ticket roman times train station entrance fee old town history arena
Stone throw away from the Milagro beach. Not worth a dedicated trip but a nice add on if you already in the area. Check out our YouTube video of our trip for more sights: GoPro 2K: Running Around Spain and France HD.
The history behind the amfiteatre is amazing and no wonder that it is a UNESCO world heritage site. Most of the site has been beautifully restored. Well worth the entrance ticket of €3.30 with 50% discount for senior and kids.
In the old part of the city is the Roman Amphitheatre, set against the seafront. It is well worth a visit and and visually stunning. There are a couple of bars on the cliff above the ruins for a glass or 2 and a light...More
This is a beautiful amphitheatre set on the coast of Tarragona. It is not the most well preserved theatre I have been to, but it is still a nice piece of roman history. The decision vistors have to make is whether or not to pay...More
Well worth a visit if you are interested in history or anything Roman. We visited as part of a trip of Medieval and Roman Tarragona, which meant we had a guide to tell us more about the structure - very interesting.
Salou April Break 2013 - Few dumb questions :) (6 Replies)
We are traveling to Salou in first week of April for a week, a family of 4(two kids 3 & 7 years). I have some questions please answer at your convenience. 1. We are staying at CYE holiday Center, so like to know how long the taxi takes from Reus aiport and the cost please(I heard taxis are not metered so good to know)? I think going back woudl be cheaper? 2.Is the above hotel in easy access of public transport? e.g. to go to portaventura? 3.Is T10 available to buy for tourists as I...More
March 21, 2013|
1). Taxi's are metered. It will be about 35 euros. Private hire booked in advance will be 25 euros. Will send you a link if you want one of these. 2). You have got around a 10 minute walk to bus stops. Probably best to get your transport at Placa Europa. 3). T10 were available last time I was there in Feb. Have not heard if they are changing this for the season. 4). Noddy train! Lol.... thats a new one. Wally trolley is a common one. No ... you cannot use T10. It is about 10 minutes from...More
Opening Hours of Tarragona Attractions (3 Replies)
I would like to know the visting hours of these places in Tarragona. Cathedral Museu de la Romanitat Amfiteatre Museu Nacional Arqueologic de Tarragona Necropolis Paleocristians Are these places closed on a Monday? If yes, what can I see on a Monday in Tarragona?
June 10, 2012|
Have you tried emailing the tarragona tourist information?
Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Need urgent help (6 Replies)
Hi, I am planning for a tarragona day trip. I will catch a train from Estacio Sants, Barcelona to Tarragona. I want to visit the following places : 1. Amfiteatre Roma 2. Miravet Castle (Castillo de Miravet) 3. Roman Circus 4. Roman Amphitheatre 5. Real Monasterio de Santa Maria de Poblet What is the easiest way to visit those ? How far are these sites from the station ? Is there any public transport available ? Any help will be highly appreciated. With Regards, Kumardip
May 03, 2013|
Hola, You will not be able to include Miravet Castle and Monatery of Poblet in a daytrip to Tarragona Miravet is 50 kms. to the northwest of Tarragona and Poblet 130 Kms. south of Tarragona.