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Tarragona, experience Mediterranean history

A walk through Tarraco

Tarragona was known as Tarraco during the Roman Empire, one of the main cities of Hispania, something that has left an indelible mark on the city. From our hotel in Tarragona you can discover the following in the vicinity: historic sites such as the Roman Amphitheatre, used for gladiatorial combat and other spectacles, the Roman Circus, which hosted chariot races with a capacity of up to 30,000 spectators, the Roman Theatre and the Forum, the religious and social centre of the era. Delve into the past along the Archaeological Walk, which follows the ancient walls of Tarraco, along which you’ll come across fragments of the city's history.

Don’t miss the model of Tarraco, built by the Museum of History of Tarragona, which shows what the city was like in its time of maximum splendour. Because of its importance for history and its state of preservation, the Roman archaeological set of Tarraco was declared a "World Heritage" by UNESCO.

Rambla Nova and Plaza de la Font

The Plaza de la Font is located in the centre of the city and is one of the main nightlife hubs. It also houses the impressive city hall building. It is the perfect place to sit down for a drink or enjoy some tapas.

Very close to the Plaza de la Font is the Rambla Nova, which can be considered the main artery of Tarragona, a beautiful walk that takes you past some of the city’s most iconic buildings and sculptures and is full of shops, cafes and restaurants. It is a perfect street for strolling down at a leisurely pace, although if you can, we recommend that you reach the end by sunset to enjoy the spectacular views from the Balcó del Mediterrani.

Tarragona Cathedral

The Cathedral of Santa Tecla, built between the 12th and 14th centuries, is an example of the transition from Romanesque to Gothic, combining both styles in its architecture. It is located in the same place where centuries before there stood a Roman temple dedicated to Augustus, of which there are still remains today in the Cathedral foundations. The Gothic cloister leads to the Diocesan Museum, where various collections of religious art from Tarragona are preserved.

Balcó del Mediterrani

The Balcó del Mediterrani lies at the end of the Rambla Nova, a lovely walk full of life with stunning views of the sea and the Mare Nostrum, the port of Tarragona. Tradition dictates that you "touch iron", in other words touch the promenade’s iconic railing, for luck.

Historic Centre and El Serrallo

A walk through the Tarragona’s Historic Centre is a must on your itinerary, as it is one of the city’s most emblematic areas, full of historic and iconic buildings as well as shops that still retain part of their Roman architecture. If you like seafood, we recommend stopping at El Serrallo to eat, since this old fishing district is home to the fish market, which provides fresh and high quality products to restaurants in the area which specialize in this type of gastronomy.

Central Market

Tarragona’s Central Market is located in a modernist building from 1915 that was refurbished in 2017. With a beautiful facade and a detailed interior design, it is both one of the most iconic buildings in the city and a perfect place to buy quality products typical of Mediterranean cuisine.


Tarragona also has several museums to visit if you are looking for a cultural getaway. You can visit the Museum of History, which manages many of the city’s Roman monuments and related services or the National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona, with an exhibition that covers eight centuries of the history of Tarraco with pieces from various forms of art (architecture, sculpture, painting, jewellery, ceramics, etc.). We also recommend the Museum of Modern Art, which occupies three houses from the 18th century that have been restored; and the Museum of the Port, in which the history of the seaport is explained from Roman times to the present day.

© Contents and images on activities from the Patronat Municipal de Turisme de Tarragona.Photos taken by Alberich Fotògrafs, Manel R. Granell and Manel Antolí.

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