Hotels in Tarragona
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Tarragona 765 yd from city centre
Set in the centre of Tarragona, Pigal is just 100 metres from Tarragona Convention Centre and a 5-minute walk from Tarragona...
Tarragona 942 yd from city centre
Set in Tarragona city center, 1 km from Marina Tarragona, Forum Tarragona boasts a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the...
Hostal Alhambra Tarragona
Tarragona 166 yd from city centre
Set next to the Imperial Tarraco Square, Hostal Alhambra Tarragona is located in Tarragona. This guest house offers a 24-hour...
Tarragona 1,053 yd from city centre
Hostal Europa is situated in Tarragona, within 2.9 km of Playa de la Savinosa and 2.6 km of Marina Tarragona. Among the facilities...
Tarragona 691 yd from city centre
This property is closed from 15 March 2020 to 11 April 2020 (dates subject to change). Self parking (subject to charges)...
Hostal El Callejón
Tarragona 1.5 mi from city centre
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. This...
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As the gateway to the stunning Costa Daurada, Tarragona is a jewel in Catalonia offering a mix of breath-taking beaches, ancient architecture and vibrant seafront bars. Close to historical centres of wine production like Reus, Tarragona is perfect for culture vultures who still want sight of the sea.
Tarragona hosts a wide number of accommodation options to suit all budgets, including affordable hotels, hostels, apartments and more.
Neighbourhoods of Tarragona
Tarragona has a number of neighbourhoods, both ancient and modern, to explore:
- El Serrallo: A traditional maritime district, this area is breathtakingly beautiful with pastel-painted houses and a wealth of top-rate seafood restaurants.
- Part Alta: As ancient as it gets, you’ll find the city's famed Roman amphitheatre, walls and ruins here.
- Salou: Located just a few kilometres down the coast, Salou is the region’s famed beach resort with amusements parks, beach bars and coastal trails.
What to see and do in Tarragona
Tarragon's biggest draw is its history. As one of Spain's most important Roman sites, you'll find a plenitude of ruins (Pretori i Circ Romà), mosaics and museums (Museu i Necròpolis Paleocristians). But there's plenty of modern quirks here too, from hip fashion boutiques to craft breweries. You’ll also find plenty of fun seaside activities for all the family.
What to eat in Tarragona
Drawing inspiration from the sea, Tarragona offers number of regional seafood dishes, including shark stew, lobster and shrimp, as well as typical Mediterranean and Catalan dishes and flavours like romesco sauce and paella.
Typical events and festivals in Tarragona
Tarragona is a fun and vibrant city with cultural and historical festivities all year round. In particular, be sure to watch the International Fireworks Displays in July and attend the Santa Tecla Festival — which commemorates the city’s founding — in September.
How to move around in Tarragona
The city is serviced by a comprehensive public transport system. Local buses are priced at €1.50 per single ticket and take you to every corner of the city. Taxis and online ride hailing services are also widespread and convenient.
The climate in Tarragona
With constant sun and warm temperatures, the summer season remains the most popular time to visit, although spring and fall will see fewer crowds and milder, mid-teen temperatures.
More interesting facts about and sights in Tarragona
Take a break from the city to visit Tarragona province's famed Priorat wine-producing country and taste the area's renowned, powerful red wines.