60 miles south of Barcelona, you'll discover not only beautiful beaches, but also ancient vestiges and an amazing city.

Tarragona has a large number of tourist attractions, multiple Roman vestiges, from which the most famous is the Roman Amphitheatre. Walk around the city center and you'll discover a beautiful cathedral and many other ancient remains that reveal the city's glorious past. Rambla Nova is the main street, and Placa de la Font area is known for its lively cafe and tapas scene.

Tarragona also boasts beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.

Human pyramids are Catalonian sport. People here have been building human pyramids for hundreds of years. Somewhere in the middle on Ramba Nov. They can be seen during the Sant Magi festival in mid-August.

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