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Unforgettable Tarragona Private Tour

Resumen

Descubre el pasado romano y medieval de Tarraco de la mano de un guía oficial local. Un viaje apasionante a lo largo de más de 2000 años de historia. Disfruta de una visita completa a pie a los lugares más interesantes de esta ciudad declarada “Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO”. Reputed to be the birthplace of Pontius Pilate, many of the city’s magnificent Roman monuments still stand, including the walls, the amphitheater, the circus maximus and the praetorium, where the infamous aforementioned Pilate is said to have been born. Tarragona is also home to a bustling medieval quarter and a colossal cathedral, all covered by the tour.

Lo más destacado

  • The glory of the Roman monuments and the hidden gems of the medieval city.
  • Relive the excitement of the chariot races.
  • Get a 360º panoramic view of the city and the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Trace the steps of the Romans along an underground passageway of the circus maximus.
  • Learn about the gladiators and their fighting techniques.
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Destino: Tarragona.

Número de Participantes: from 1 to 6 people (for larger groups request a quotation).

Disponibilidad: Diaria (mañana o tarde).

Precios:

1 to 2 people195 € per tour
3 to 6 people350 € per tour
More than 6 peopleSolicite una cotización
  • All prices are VAT included.
  • All prices are per tour not per person.
  • The tour price include the entrance fee to the Cathedral its Cloister and its Diocesan Museum, a noble house from XV century, also the Roman Wall, Roman Circus and the Pretorian Tower and the Roman Amphitheater.

Your visit will begin at the Portal del Roser, the western gate of the magnificent Roman wall built in the second century BC. The wall has protected the city ever since. Passing through the gate into the old town, you will visit a model recreation of what the city looked like during its Roman heyday. You will stroll along the lanes laid down by the medieval nobility, through the lively streets of the medieval quarter before coming to a halt at the extraordinarily magnificent gothic façade of the cathedral.

The cathedral of Tarragona is unique as its construction straddles two architectural periods; the cathedral was built during the transition from the Romanesque period to the gothic, constructed on top of the ruins of the Roman temple. Once inside this gigantic place of worship, your official tour guide will recount many anecdotes relating to the cathedral’s construction and will show you all of its secrets. You will then experience the tranquility of its cloisters and pay a visit to the Diocesan museum; where many interesting archeological artefacts remain.

Next up is the seat of the Roman governor, the praetorium, now the city’s museum of Roman history. Built adjoining the circus maximus of which only the eastern turn remains above ground, you will have an opportunity to trace the steps of the Romans via an underground passageway along which the spectators strode before taking up their seats. After this you will take the elevator to the top of the praetorium for a panoramic 360º view of the city, the Priorat Mountains in the distance and mare nostrum – the glittering Mediterranean Sea. From the praetorium it is just a short stroll to the bustling main square, the Plaça de la Font, home to the City Hall and a myriad of bars, cafés and restaurants with outdoor terraces open all year round.

Then you will head for the coast for the view over the magnificent amphitheater, the site of centuries of gladiatorial combat and brutal bloodshed.

Your tour will come to a close on the Mediterranean Balcony; a palm tree lined boulevard leading to the top of Tarragona’s Ramblas, an emblematic meeting point for the locals with spectacular sea views. Tocar ferro – the local custom of placing your hands of the wrought ironwork of the balcony as you gaze across the Mediterranean – is said to bring you luck.

  • The Roman Wall (entry fee included).
  • Casa Castellarnau: the house of a medieval nobleman (entry fee included).
  • Medieval Main Street.
  • The Roman Forum Plaza and the Plaza del Rey (the King’s Square).
  • Tarragona cathedral, cloisters and the Diocesan Museum (entry fee included).
  • The praetorium and the circus maximus (entry fee included).
  • Plaça de la Font (City Hall Square).
  • The Amphitheater (entry fee included).
  • The Mediterranean Balcony.
  • Private tour.
  • Official Tour Guide of Catalonia with local knowledge and expertise.
  • Entrance and guided visit to the medieval cathedral, the cloister and the Diocesan Museum.
  • Entrance and guided visit to the praetorium and the circus maximus.
  • An elevator ride to the top of the praetorium and a magnificent 360º vista.
  • Entrance and guided visit to the Roman walls and the Roman amphitheater.
  • Transfers (although transfers by taxi to and from the cruise terminal can be arranged).
  • Food and drink (although these can be arranged).
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Sunglasses and a cap.

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