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I wish I'd known the town's historical attractions were closed Mondays! We couldn't get in to any of the Roman remains that we had gone to visit. Walked through the park of Roman horticulture by the theatre which was interesting. It is certainly a very...More
Tarragona Alta is vertebrated around the beautiful Carrer Major, but I advise to stroll along the nearby streets and passages not so contaminated by tourist shops pressure. You will find charming corners which remind middle age and even roman tradition
The old section of Tarragona is a rabbit's warren of small twisting streets set on the side of h hill. Capped by the Basilica. Thankfully a pedestrian only area. Good strolling on the steep streets and not too much to do or see.
The old town is a delightful warren of small streets framed by the blue skies of the mediterranean. Old Houses, cafes and restaurants jostle with bespoke shops - its a great place to wander, stop have coffee and rediscover...
This is the medieval old town of Tarragona, easy to find located right by the sea. As you wander through the narrow winding streets you'll find tapas bars, restaurants, little plazas, a Cathedral and lots of Roman antiquities including an Amphitheatre and city walls. Also...More