Tarragona, Spain’s Catalonia region’s top destination, is graced with sunshine, a gorgeous coastline, and fascinating ancient monuments. This port town cuddles the golden coastal areas of Catalonia’s Costa Daurada or Golden Coast, and much of the city looks out onto the Mediterranean. The beautiful El Milagro beach is within easy amongst all of the main attractions.
The UNESCO-listed Roman remnants, medieval passageways, cobblestone streets, and the Romanesque-Gothic cathedral all have a very rich history attached to them.
Venture to El Serrallo – the fishing village that expanded into the large city that is now Tarragona – to absorb the quaint old-world atmosphere while enjoying a meal. Visitors can enjoy the scenic stroll through this atmospheric community and dine on delectable fresh seafood at one of the riverfront restaurants.
This Tarragona Free Original Walking Tour provides a fantastic sightseeing itinerary with our list of Tarragona’s popular tourist attractions.
Experience Tarragona on a free walking tour that will inform you about the city’s history, as well as anecdotes, fascinations, traditions, and cuisine. This Tarragona Free Original Walking Tour takes you through Tarragona’s historic district.
We will see the Tarraco model, the ancient Forum of the Province, the imperial cult vestibule where today’s Cathedral of Tarragona, Circus, and Roman Amphitheater is c situated, before finishing on the Mediterranean Balcony and enjoying the best view of the Mare Nostrum. Explore this Mediterranean metropolitan area with us in a simple and enjoyable manner!
✓ Local Guide
✘ Food and drinks, unless specified
Departure Point: Plaça de la Imperial Tàrraco, 43005 Tarragona, Spain
Return Details: Plaça de la Imperial Tàrraco, 43005 Tarragona, Spain
If you would like to learn about the origin of Tarragona, from its Roman roots to the modern contemporary town it is today, then this is your tour! the journey begins on the Rambla Nova, a stroll that will take us through the city, where we will pass by the city’s famous Castellers monument, the Centennial Fountain, and the Despullats statue (the nudes).
We’ll explore the Market Square and various modernist structures then move on. From here we’ll stroll through the Roman Colonial Forum, so you can learn about the ancient Romans. Crossing through the Chartreuse factory, you will learn where the renowned Mamadeta, a traditional drink of the Santa Tecla Festival, comes from.
The ancient Bullring, known as the Tabacalera, will also be included in our modern tour. We will conclude the tour in the enchanting fishing district of El Serrallo, where you can relish the delectable fishing food of the district after the tour.
This experience requires good weather. If the tour is canceled because of poor weather, you’ll be contacted so you can choose a different date.
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If the tour is canceled because the minimum numbers of participants aren’t met, you’ll be asked to choose a different date.