In 2000, UNESCO declared it a “World Heritage City”.
As you stroll around the old town, you’ll wander along the delightful Ramblas and discover the charming Placas (squares).
In the heart of the historic center, you’ll find the Cathedral of Tarragona.
This amazing structure has a mix of styles from Gothic to Romantic.
Today it houses the most important collection of tapestries in Europe.
The Roman Amphitheater dates back to B.C. and standing there you can sense the gladiators and executions of a by-gone era.
The theater had the capacity to seat around 13,000 spectators, and it’s now an open air monument.