Group Activities in Tarragona

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  • AlbertSalichs
    Manresa, Spain9,531 contributions
    Pont del Diable (literally, Bridge of Devil) is a Roman bridge located in the surroundings of Tarragona, near Mèdol Roman Quarry, in the South of Catalonia. It is a very well preserved aqueduct used for Roman to bring water from mountains to Tarragona. It is a very nice pique-nique spot, because you can go to the bottom side, full of trees (really little forest) and to the upper side, from where you can cross all aqueduct/bridge and see very beautiful views of the surroundings (except for buildings of Tarragona, which are ugly). A fantastic place to know Roman Period in Tarraco (Tarragona in Roman Era) outside of the city. Also, it is a very recommendable place to come with children and stay during all day doing excursions, walking and learning about the past.
    (see also Cantera del Mèdol)
    Written 17 April 2022
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  • Brian C
    Valdosta, GA301 contributions
    Such a cool place to see within a bustling city. An added bonus is that this site is right on the water which provides picturesque views.
    Written 4 April 2022
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  • ludor
    Iasi, Romania2,692 contributions
    The cathedral is impressive from the very first look as is seating on the highest point of the hill at the end of some spectacular staircases, in the heart of the old town. However, the interior is even more imposing and there are plenty of interesting things to see. It definitely worth the entrance fee and your time.
    Written 13 November 2021
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  • Todd S
    Napa, CA70 contributions
    Great visual representation of the classic Catalan tradition. It is not easy walking distance from the other common attractions on the coast (amphitheater & circus), we flagged a cab to make the trip.
    Written 26 May 2022
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  • Mary A
    6 contributions
    Extremely beautiful, I went at sunset with friends and it was 100% worth it. Free, easy to access and has great sights.
    Written 23 January 2022
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  • ludor
    Iasi, Romania2,692 contributions
    Beautiful area, with narrow cobbled streets, very nice old buildings and ruins. Definitely a must visit in Tarragona.
    Written 13 November 2021
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  • HippoSlippers
    Barcelona, Spain90 contributions
    This site is a little smaller but it's still really cool to imagine the chariots racing. It's right above the amphitheater so don't miss it if you are already there. You can walk around and see most of it without doing the tour.
    Written 27 September 2020
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  • ludor
    Iasi, Romania2,692 contributions
    The building is very nice and there are many stalls for fresh food (fish, meat, vegetables, etc.). There are also several places selling amazing cooked food, to take home or to eat on the tables around. And, if these are not enough, there is also a big Mercadona supermarket.
    Written 13 November 2021
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  • Kevin H
    Zurich, Switzerland1,122 contributions
    We very much enjoyed our stroll down and then back up the Ramblas Nova, a wide avenue lined with shops and cafes. Our preferred route was to stay on the centre island in the middle of the avenue.
    Written 26 August 2021
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  • HippoSlippers
    Barcelona, Spain90 contributions
    Worth doing for sure. The info panels are informative and the views of the mountains are great (although hard to get a good picture of... Just enjoy). If you come in by train and are doing all the must-do things, do this before going to the cathedral. You go uphill and at the end you just have to keep to the right to get to the Cathedral. If you do the Cathedral first, you will end up walking up hill twice (speaking from experience...).
    Written 27 September 2020
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  • ludor
    Iasi, Romania2,692 contributions
    Even in November, seems a great place for taking sun and bathing (if you dare). Anyway, walking along the sea and watching the surfers is very enjoyable.
    Written 13 November 2021
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  • rtl2
    Machynlleth, UK529 contributions
    This beach is a pleasant enough beach in Tarragona. Short walk from the rail station/town centre. Partly overlooked by amphitheater.

    The beach itself was clean and cared for. It was low season and all the facilities plus the catering outlet were closed. There were showers available to rinse the salt water/sand off after a swim.

    Depending which part of the beach you are on the background cityscape isn't the best, but it's nice enough. Didn't notice all the graffiti mentioned by previous reviewers.
    Written 11 October 2019
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  • Caitlin
    California55 contributions
    We spent about two hours walking through every bit of this place. The views from the rooftop terrace were amazing - the church bells were going off just as we got to the top which added to the experience. I wasn’t expecting much, but ended up thoroughly impressed. We somehow timed our exit to the plaza just right in order to have some early evening drinks while listening to a lovely acoustic guitar player right by the exit. If you’re into historical sites, don’t miss this one!
    Written 1 July 2021
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  • Ian T
    68 contributions
    visted old roman walls of the city , its a gate that's still in use today. Its a nice photo opportunity and then best to move on around the old town. A walk around the old city is a walk in history. You can see where the Roman Chariots raced. You get a feel of how Romans lived and a walk down the rambla nova to the balco del mediterran the views are wonderful
    Written 20 May 2019
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  • Lauren
    United Kingdom727 contributions
    Very detailed model which really puts the Roman remains that you have spent time viewing, when wandering around Tarragona, into perspective. Worth a look.
    Written 7 October 2018
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