Cheap Hotels in Tarragona
This hotel enjoys a stunning setting, lying at the heart of the historical centre of Tarragona. Guests will find themselves just a few steps away from the amphitheatre and within easy access of a host of attractions. The hotel lies in close proximity to a number of shopping opportunities, dining options and entertainment venues. This wonderful hotel appeals to business and leisure travellers alike, welcoming them into the relaxing surroundings of the interior. The guest rooms are beautifully appointed, and feature modern amenities for added comfort and convenience. Guests can enjoy a leisurely swim in the pool, or enjoy an energetic game of tennis on the court.
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Hotels in Tarragona
This handsome Spanish port was once the capital of the Hispania Tarraconensis province in the Roman era and is still home to a magnificent Roman amphitheatre, which is one of the best-preserved in Spain. This a city with enchanting medieval alleys, sun-kissed Mediterranean beaches, and vibrant restaurants, many of which specialise in Spain's national delicacy: the delicious paella.
The original Roman name of Tarragona, Tarraco has earned the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site status in recognition of its exceptional historical significance. The site contains an impressive Roman aqueduct, the Provincial Forum, a Roman theatre, the amphitheatre, the Mausoleum of Centcelles, and several other preserved ancient landmarks that are either in Tarragona or just a few kilometres outside of the city.
Another intriguing sight, Tarragona Cathedral has probably existed for at least 850 years, although, like many medieval churches, it has been altered on a number of occasions. The church has many attractive Gothic and Romanesque features, and was built on a site that may have housed a temple in the Roman era.
The National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona
One of the oldest museums in Catalonia, the National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona is the place to visit if you're interested in learning more about this region's Roman and medieval heritage. See the venue's beautifully decorated mosaics, famous Roman artworks, and other remnants of the city's Roman civilisation.
Places to visit nearby
See the Baix Camp capital, Reus, which is noted for its splendid Catalan Modernist architecture, renowned for its wines, and famous for being the birthplace of the esteemed architect Antoni Gaudí. If you have the time, you could also consider venturing further afield and exploring the thriving cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, which held the Summer Olympics in 1992.
In Barcelona you can also admire one of Gaudí's most pioneering creations, the Sagrada Família, which is probably the most striking unfinished building in the world. Take some time to visit some of the city's other key landmarks such as the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, the Casa Milà and the Casa Batlló, before wandering through the picturesque Gothic Quarter or the revered Ramblas shopping district.
Where to stay in Tarragona
One of the most popular Tarragona hotels is the luxury Hotel Mas la Boella, which is surrounded by picturesque grounds and is ideal for romantic breaks. Other highly regarded hotels in the city include the stylish Hotel Sant Jordi, the value-for-money Hotel SB Express Tarragona, and the elegant Astari Hotel.
For some delicious Mediterranean recipes, dine at La Cuineta restaurant or Arcs Restaurant, or enjoy other tasty Spanish and Mediterranean meals at the Restaurante Raco de l'abat. For some divine international-themed dishes, head to the Sirco Esbarjo Gastronomic restaurant, or try the DaMario restaurant for some delightful Italian cuisine.
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