This is the roman city walls 2nd - 3rd century BC. You can imagine yourself living here. This is not a suitable walk for anyone with a disability. You have to pay. Not recommended for August.
We went here as part of our trip to Tarragona at Christmas. We rather like walled cities (Lugo is my favourite) and we were interested to see how Tarragona compared against the rest. We used a Tarragona card, which allows you entrance into half a dozen other attractions, so it is an easy way to see many of the sights.... More
The 2nd Century B.C.E. Roman Walls of Tarragona are worth seeing. The British added ramparts during the War of the Spanish Succession in 1707. The walls and ramparts are well maintained. It is a pleasant stroll along the base of the Roman wall and on the ramparts. There are good views of the surrounding community. Well worth the visit. The... More
This is the starting point of any walk , to visit the old barrio of Tarragona. Interesting and worth some pictures.
This is more for the photographers and families looking for a stroll than for ordinary tourist looking for excitement. At sunset the views from the walls are not bad at all.
A worthwhile hour or so spent in a quiet and beautiful area surrounded by Roman and Mediaeval antiquities.. With luck tou can have the place to yourself but don't expect crowds. the experience might be improved a little if there was a separate entrance and exit, but retracing your steps to the beginning does allow you to see slightly different... More
This is a wander around part of the perimeter of the old town between the Roman city walls. Its a circular route. The the inner part is mainly Roman with some large boulder at a lower level, while the outer is more modern some of it a fortification built by the British.
We stayed in Salou, most of the time spending on the beach and neighborhoods. But, given the proximity of the two historical "grands" - Tarragona and Reus - visiting them was a must. They are, indeed, very close, just ten minutes by train, and given the so well developed public transport infrastructure it's pretty easy and cheap to go there,... More
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