Photo gallery of Tarragona

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In the 3rd century BCE, Rome landed in Tarraco, and was there to stay. Today, their influence lives on as the greatest Roman monumental legacy outside of Italy, which is surrounded by other artistic gems such as the monastery of Poblet and the more than 60 sparkling sand beaches that comprise the Costa Daurada.

  • Tarragona. Panoramic view of the Maritime Quarter
  • Pretorio Roman tower
  • Roman amphitheatre
  • Los Escipiones Tower
  • Forum
  • Vault of the Roman Circus
  • Apse of the Roman Circus
  • Las Ferreres Aqueduct
  • Las Ferreres Aqueduct
  • Roman walls of Tarragona
  • Archaeological Museum
  • Tarragona Cathedral
  • Portico of the Cathedral
  • Cathedral cloister
  • Casa Balcells
  • Arches on Calle Mercería
  • Jewish Quarter
  • Plaza del Forum
  • Plaza del Pallol
  • Paseo de Sant Antoni
  • Rambla Nova
  • Plaza de la Font and City Hall
  • Casa Castellarnau
  • Casa Canals
  • View of the city of Tarragona
  • Balcón del Mediterráneo viewpoint
  • Sunset
  • Iberian villabe of Castellet de Banyoles
  • Roman villa of Centcelles
  • Reus. Teatre Fortuny theatre