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Roman Tarragona and Mediterranean Sitges


Have a great day out in Roman Tarragona, one of Spain’s oldest cities, founded by Scipio the African in the year 217 BC! Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the city of Tarragona is a monument to over 2,000 years of history. The ancient city of Tarraco became the capital of the Roman province of Hispania Citerior during the Roman Republic. Greatly expanded under the Roman Empire, the city remained the capital city of the largest of the three Roman provinces of the Iberian Peninsula, Hispania Tarraconensis. 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 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. After, you will head back up the coast stopping off at Sitges, one of the most beautiful former fishing villages of the Catalan coast and once home to many important artists of the Modernist period.


  • Walk on top of a Roman aqueduct over 2,000 years old!
  • Trace the footsteps of the Romans and visit the monuments both over and underground.
  • Be wowed by the most amazing panoramic views across the city and the Mediterranean.
  • Learn all about the Roman festivals, chariot races and gladiatorial fights to the death.
  • Meander through the streets of whitewashed walls in the picturesque village of Sitges.
  • See the iconic church of Sitges, standing by the sea since the XIV century.
  • Take a stroll along the promenade in front of Sitges’ renowned St Sebastian beach.

Destination: Tarragona city and Sitges village.

Number of Passengers in a private vehicle: from 1 to 6 people (for larger groups request a quotation).

Availability: Daily.


Up to 2 people850€ per tour.
3 to 6 people975€ per tour.
More than 6 peopleRequest a quotation.
  • All prices are VAT included.
  • All prices are per tour not per person.
  • All prices include fully licensed chauffeur and exclusive air-conditioned vehicle.
  • The tour price include the entrance fee to the Cathedral its Cloister and its Diocesan Museum also the Roman Circus and the Pretorian Tower.

You will depart from Barcelona in a comfortable, chauffeur driven vehicle and an official, expert tour guide in search of the distinctive light of Catalonia’s sunny south coast.


First up is the magnificent 2,000 year old Roman aqueduct at Las Ferreres. Known as ‘The Devil’s Bridge’, this is one of the finest Roman aqueducts still standing. Built in the first century AD to bring water from the Francolí River 25 kilometers away, it was one of three aqueducts serving the ancient city of Tarraco. The more intrepid amongst you may like to walk along the top of the aqueduct; those who suffer from vertigo might want to take a rain check!

Onto the city of Tarragona, the capital of the largest Roman province of the Iberian Peninsula. Beginning your tour on foot at the western gate of the Roman wall, you will have the chance to see a model recreation of how the city looked at the height of the Roman Empire before wandering through the streets of the city’s magnificent medieval quarter.


Leaving Tarragona, you will head up the coast to the picturesque village of Sitges. On foot, you will be able to see for yourselves how what was once a simple fishing village became, and still lives side by side, with a bustling commercial center.

Your first port of call will be Sitges’ iconic church of St Bartholomew and Santa Tecla and its beautiful stairway leading up from the sea. Next up is a walk through the magnificent Maricel Palace and Cau Ferrat. Now a museum, it was once home to Santiago Rusiñol, one of Catalonia’s most famous and eclectic painters of the Modernist era.

Next up is a stroll through the winding, whitewashed walls of the fishermen’s quarter containing many historical buildings, amongst which stand the Modernist style old market, now the House of Bacardi rum. You will learn how rum is made and there will the chance to sample the product of one of the world’s iconic brands.

Your tour will end with visit to Sitges’ High Street and its many stores, before winding up at the terraces and cafés on the seafront promenade.

  • Les Ferreres Roman Aqueduct.
  • The Roman Wall.
  • The model recreation of Imperial Tarraco.
  • Tarragona cathedral, cloisters and the Diocesan Museum (entry fee included).
  • The praetorium and the circus maximus (entry fee included).
  • Roman Amphitheatre.
  • The Mediterranean Balcony.
  • Church of Sant Bartomeu and Santa Tecla in Sitges.
  • Old town centre of Sitges.
  • The Maricel Palace and the Cau Ferrat museum in Sitges.
  • Casa Bacardí; Bacardí rum history museum (Sitges).
  • St Sebastian beach (Sitges).
  • Pick up/set down at your accommodation.
  • Private tour.
  • Official Tour Guide of Catalonia with local knowledge and expertise.
  • Fully licensed chauffeur and exclusive air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Transfers to and from your accommodation.
  • 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.
  • Exterior view of the Roman walls and the Amphitheatre.
  • Entrance fees to the Roman walls and the Roman Amphitheatre.
  • Food or drink (although these can be arranged).
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Sunglasses and a cap.

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