Tarragona is a lively city with loads of things to do. Segway circuits, sailboat trips, visits to Catalan modernist wineries… Here’s all the information you need to get out and get going.

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Tarragona is a vibrant city where lots of things happen. Summer festivals, the historical re-enactments of Imperial Tarraco, the city’s major annual festivals and the International Fireworks Competition to name but a few. Have a look and find the activity that’s right for you.

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On 30 November 2000, the UNESCO committee met in the Australian city of Cairns and decided to declare the Roman archaeological ensemble of Tarraco a World Heritage Site. This recognition has served to ensure the preservation of these monuments and to make them known to people all over the world.

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Tarragona’s beaches are famous for their very fine golden sand, which is where the Costa Daurada (golden coast) gets its name. Fifteen kilometres of beaches of all kinds to enjoy. Get to know our beaches.

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The Mediterranean and seafood are two concepts that really make the cuisine of any city stand out. The proximity of wine regions like the Priorat, Montsant and Penedès mean this city’s dining opportunities are simply unbeatable.

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No modern city can describe itself as attractive without mentioning its diverse and high-quality commercial establishments. Shops with the flavour of the most traditional and sophisticated places in the world located in the city’s most dynamic areas alongside large department stores and shopping centres give Tarragona an extensive variety of shopping options.

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