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The Mercadal square was formerly the market place . Here are some of the most iconic buildings in the city ( City Hall, Casa Navàs and the Gaudí Centre) and the main cultural and festive events such as the Festival of San Pedro , develop by the end...more
Sat with a glass of wine, mid evening, watching the families go by. Open space for kiddies to run. No traffic. Attractive buildings (particularly Casa Navas)
What could be more pleasant? Nothing. We enjoyed our Reus break nightstop and would recommend it for a visit.
If you are coming in Tarragona or Salou or Cambrils, don't miss this gem. Altough he don't have beaches he has such a history to show you. Plenty of restaurants and coffe shops where you can try vermuth made in the city. Really original. And...More
When you are spending some days in Costa Daurada you are not expecting to face such a beautiful city as Reus. It is the city of the architect Antoni Gaudí, so It is giving some clues about that.
And for sure the main square, which...More
Lots of lovely cafes bars in this area. We found the town really lovely and so much to see. We had a time limit and we had to get the bus back but would go back one day and maybe stay in the town because...More
If you really want to feel the nice atmosphere of the city you must come to this place. It is the meeting point of local people where they sit down and have drinks in the terraces. The "vermout" is the local drink which definitely you...More
On our visit to Reus we stopped a couple of times at bars around the square and enjoyed the ambiance and architecture of this square. Typically Spanish it has all the charm you would expect from a historic town like Reus, well worth the time...More
The highlights of the square are the Gaudi Center (which you should definitely visit) and some of the beautiful Art Nouveau houses there, notably Casa Navas. Since it's the central square, it's quite lively and you can't miss it when in Reus.