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Solid city walls

These are the old city walls of Roman Tarragona. As you wander around the town you will... read more

Reviewed March 28, 2018
Sevenoaks, United Kingdom
strolling the city walls

it's a nice stroll along the city walls of Tarragona. no big highlight, but very pleasant. the... read more

Reviewed March 15, 2018
Zurich, Switzerland
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Reviewed June 6, 2018 via mobile

This once went right round tarrco or now Tarragona,just to see how was erected etc worth a look as you wander

Thank markhus
Reviewed May 6, 2018

Tarraco was the first asentment of Rome in Hispania. And the walls extended over cyclopean foundations of the early inhabitants are extremly wlel preserved. Indeed , they are so wide that significant sections , overlooking the Mediterranean, are inhabited converted into very upscale appartments, which...More

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Reviewed March 28, 2018

These are the old city walls of Roman Tarragona. As you wander around the town you will occasionally reach and cross these walls, and notice just how tall and thick they are. You begin to understand what a formidable defence they would have been in...More

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Reviewed March 18, 2018 via mobile

There is a 4 hours walk or more there is so much to see in the old Roman quarter. The walls are astonishing it is a splendid piece of art as well as the rest al those little narrow streets , the arch, the church’s,...More

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Reviewed March 15, 2018

it's a nice stroll along the city walls of Tarragona. no big highlight, but very pleasant. the access is included in the combined ticket for four sites.

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Reviewed February 26, 2018 via mobile

Tarragona is a beautiful old town and its Roman walls are really beautiful. They are in extraordinarily good condition in places and they give the city a lovely charm. They are tall and imposing and make for a lovely stroll if you follow them around....More

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Reviewed February 24, 2018

The Roman and medieval walls are preserved in parts around Tarragona, and a visit is well worth it to see the ancient ruins and appreciate the old town. One part has been turned into a park that is worth a visit.

Thank Killian D
Reviewed February 17, 2018

Tarragona's walls are a must see, they are from Roman times and have been rebuilt, extended in Medieval times. Impressive human work thousand of years old.

Thank El_Fred
Reviewed January 22, 2018

It’s a great uphill while reliving history. Garden, well maintained. From this area you can go into the old part of Tarragona city. Great pedestrian area with lots of character..

Thank M A
Reviewed January 10, 2018 via mobile

You will need a couple of hours to do this justice , great atmosphere, Roman history bought to life in a very understated way

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I would spend 3 whole days minimum in a Tarragona. Many things to see and do. Cathedral, Roman amphitheater Beaches, museum, port area, good restaurants... Enjoy!
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I didn't see any. However, I don't think it would be a huge problem. The Spanish are very accommodating. It might be best to ask directly