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Murallas de Tarragona

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Murallas de Tarragona

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Beginning of the Tour of Terragona, an amazing city where you can discover an ancient civilization. With more than 2,000 years of history.<br><br>Visit the church of Mare de Déu del Miracle, which commemorates the martyrdom of a Christian bishop from the 3rd century B.C.<br><br>We will know La Torre de Pretorio is a Roman era tower that housed the stairs that allowed the passage from the lower town to the Foroprovincial, with which it is connected by underground corridors. It is one of the angles of the great rectangle of the provincial Forum square.<br><br>Visit to the National Archaeological Museum, a place that exposes an important collection of goldsmiths, numismatics and ceramics from Iberian, Greek and Roman times as well as architectural and ornamental remains.<br><br>&#xa0;And we will end with a wine tasting with pairing towards the Penedes area, one of the five places in Tarragona where wines from Catalonia are produced, accompanied by select and exquisite cheeses and pernil to close the visit to Tarragona.
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HippoSlippers wrote a review Sep 2020
Barcelona, Spain90 contributions50 helpful votes
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...).
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Date of experience: September 2020
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R A wrote a review Aug 2020
38 contributions42 helpful votes
Great place for a quiet walk amongst the historic walls. Best to go in the evening or early morning in the heat, due to the Spanish heat.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Timothy5 wrote a review Dec 2019
Hull, Massachusetts296 contributions110 helpful votes
It is great to visit a place like this off season as you can take your time reading the signs and enjoy looking out at the views. This place is a wonderful experience. There are a lot more Roman ruins than we expected. We went here at night and then came back during the day. It was on the pass we bought for various historic sites in Tarragona.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Alan W wrote a review Nov 2019
Barcelona, Spain52 contributions13 helpful votes
Lovely Romantic Walk. Take your time. Let people go past and you'll be able to take some great photos
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Date of experience: November 2019
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ARodriguezP wrote a review Jul 2019
Miami, Florida1 585 contributions441 helpful votes
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I would suggest any visit to Tarragona should start here at the original Roman walls. Though they have been added too throughout the centuries these were originally laid out in Roman times and if you would have visited back then this is where you would start. Keep in mind that the Romans first started settling what they called Taraco in 218 BC so there's a lot of history here. From the walls you'll next want to see the circus followed by the amphitheatre. Definitely a must see for history and archeology lovers!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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