Private tour to the 2000 years old Roman city Tarragona
One hour drive from the city centre of Barcelona you'll find Tarragona, one of the most beautiful ancient cities near Barcelona.
2000 year-old structures mark the landscape and many of them were considerated of enough historical significance to be declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. Some even dare to say is the second Roman City after Rome!
We will stop at the Roman Aqueduct, walk along the Roman Walls, see the Roman Circus and Amphitheater, all of them built 2000 years ago.
We'll also visit the Cathedral of Tarragona (inside is optional) and have a drink together on a terrace before we head back to Barcelona.
I'd love to introduce you to the great history Tarragona has to offer - I've got lots of stories to share with you :)
Join me and we'll have a great day out together! This tour can be easily personalized for you, let me know your ideas.
Pick up at the agreed location
First stop the Roman Aqueduct of Les Ferraris
Walk along the 2000 years Roman Wall
Visiting the 2nd-century Roman Amphitheatre
Cathedral of Tarragona
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The tour can start at your hotel, near the cruise port (where the shuttles drop you off - Placa Colon), airport or any other place you choose inside Barcelona
End location: The end of your tour will be at your hotel or any other place you choose inside Barcelona
Duration: 6 hours
Car - 2016 BMW X1 Air Conditioning
Private Tour Guide
A/C car from 2016
Entrance to the Amphitheatre of Tarragona from the 2nd century
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 euros - Coffe
Food or drinks
I am a local tour guide, but cannot give explanations inside Sagrada Familia; I do explain it from the outside, where most of the information is. I can recommend where to buy tickets with NO WAITING LINES, or I can customise a tour with tickets included.
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I highly recommend this tour to anyone interested in Roman history or just wants to see something different than the typical sights in Barcelona. Tarragona has a well-preserved aquaduct (comparable to Pont du Garde) and ampitheater, as well as a chariot-racing arena and forum. Most of all, you have Florenta to explain it all to you. Although this was my second visit to Barcelona, I'll come back again just to take a tour of Montserrat with Florenta to her "special" place. You should too.