If you thought time travel was something you'd only see in a sci-fi film featuring Michael J. Fox, then it's time to bust that myth. Travel to Tarragona and be transported back in time for a few days to Ancient Rome or the Middle Ages. Living history.

Rambla Nova is the city's main avenue. Spanning more than 1 km and home to countless terraces, sculptures and shops, it leads to one of the most emblematic points in Tarragona: the Balcó del Mediterrani viewpoint. Another symbol of the city that you simply cannot miss is the Amphitheatre, the scene of fierce, gladiator battles in Roman times. Save time to tour the old quarter or Part Alta, with spots like Placa del Rei or Tarragona Cathedral absolutely must-sees.

If you are looking for the fastest, most comfortable and most sustainable, low-cost way of travelling to Tarragona, then choose to travel by train. Whether travelling with your family, children or friends, you will always obtain the best price. Avlo high-speed trains make life easy for you.



Camp de Tarragona station in the city centre is open from 5:45 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and offers a range of services:

  •  Ticket sale
  • Shopping area
  • Car hire
  • Taxi rank
  • Connections to other Renfe trains and bus lines
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park

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  • Not far from Tarragona, the city of Reus is Gaudí's hometown (don't forget to visit the Gaudi Centre) and where the very best vermouth is served up. You won't regret sampling a little!
  • Having ventured out of the city, head to Valls, which is full of charming streets and beauty spots. Hungry? Sample the "calçots" (a type of spring onion), dipped in a tasty romesco sauce. A veritable culinary tradition.
  • The imposing rose window on the main facade of Tarragona Cathedral measures 11 metres in diameter. Its spectacular cloister is also worth stopping to take a picture.
  • The Archaeological Route, which runs alongside the Ancient Roman walls, is home to exhibitions, gardens, cannons, sculptures and several medieval towers, as well as the oldest Roman inscription found outside Italy.