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Passeig Arqueològic, Tarragona

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  • Years ago it was all easier. You awesome you an entry and with it you could visit the amphitheatre, walls and anything else of Tarragona. Now they are inputs separately. Even so, the ride should be by the walls to perceive, even if from afar, what was the city of Tarraco. Well preserved, spectacular lighting at night and with beautiful views on the"back" of the city, that which does not look at the sea so directly. Highly recommended
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  • If you like history, you must have a walk along the Roman walls in Tarragona. It's just a short walk so doesn't take much time. You can buy a combination ticket that gives you admission here, and to 3...  more »
  • Roman walls, which can be seen in the historic city center-the remains of the fortification walls built by the Romans around Tarraco in the 2nd century BC, for defensive purposes. Their length at that time was about 3.5 km. Then, a century later, during the second phase of construction has increased its height and thickness, it covered the city up to the port, and its length was increased to 5 km. Up to the present day survived only one fifth part of the wall. In the 16-18th centuries along the walls were built additional strengthening-bastions to accommodate artillery. The most interesting and well-preserved stretch of wall can be seen walking around the archaeological route (promenade). On maps it is marked as Passeig de Arquologic. The entrance and ticket Windows are located at the intersection of Avenida Catalunya (AV. Catalunya) and the Roman Empire (Via de Imperi Roma). Ticket price € 3.30. Output is located on the Passeig de Torroja.
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  • Very nice walk on the walls, a few monuments enjoyed with brief explanations. We had taken the pass of 4 Roman monuments (point info next to the Cathedral - attention Cathedral not included in the pass). Allignements of guns and amazing views. Resting and little world for a month of August: very well.
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  • Excellent ride to follow in the footsteps of the ancient Tarraco well maintained romana.entorno.
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  • Not much of the walls in Tarragona, but when visiting the city should not go without seeing what is left of them to appreciate what they were in ancient times. As a curiosity, I tell them that there are houses inhabited in some parts of the walls, what continues to be a little "curious". I think that in turn is I didn't have to have authorized such housing.
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  • Very beautiful views and lots of history
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  • Site with magnificent views and where you can contemplate the most walled in Tarragona.
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