Historic City Centre

Enclosed by Roman walls, the historic medieval centre captivates visitors with its surrounding streets and Gothic cathedral.

Furthermore, you can visit several monuments featuring various architectural styles, such as the former Hospital de Santa Tecla, the Jewish district, Casa Canals, Casa Castellarnau or the modernist Casa Ripoll.


This large open-air museum is part of the city's archaeological complex and has been designated World Heritage by UNESCO.

The amphitheatre of ancient Tarraco is unique due to its location on the shores of the Mediterranean. The amphitheatre features the remains of the floor plan of a Visigothic basilica at its centre.

Rambla Nova

Rambla Nova is the city's main central avenue. It runs through the modern city of Tarragona from the south-east to the north-east, starting at the Imperial Tarraco square all the way to the Balcony of the Mediterranean.

Several modernist buildings on the Rambla are worth a visit, such as Casa Salas or the Neoclassical Edifici de l'Enher. A street market is held every Tuesday and Thursday along the Rambla.





From 14th to 25th February

Do not miss the most colourful carnivals of the Costa Daurada! This unique event is punctuated by shows such as the spectacular parade of Crafts (“Artesania”), the judgment of "King Carnival" and the burning of the Carnival King figure at the end.

Els tres tombs

Els tres tombs

The 15th March

Procession of horses and carriages through the city's different streets. Blessing of the animals, handing out of gifts and of the typical "coques de Sant Antoni".


The capital of Catalonia boasts a great number of architectural treasures and a rich historic heritage.​

A beautiful city endowed with a unique historic district. Its rich architectural heritage and numerous cultural activities make Girona a captivating city.​

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, the city of Valencia has managed to combine its historic legacy with some of the most innovative and avant-garde works built in recent times.  ​