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We took a walk along la ramblas and saw the train parked at one of the 12 stops. The €6 ticket allows one full trip but for €7 you can hop on and off letting you sample any stop you fancy on foot. Timetables are...More
The price of the ticket could be considered a bit steep but it covers a pair of new earphones you are given (which you can keep) to use for the audio tour.
While the audio is a bit quiet, there is information about various parts...More
Yes you get around Tarragona but it goes so fast that it’s much more fun to visit the interesting places by foot. The seats in the train are very uncomfortable. The jack inputs for the headphones do not work on half the seats and the...More
So they sell too many tickets. You can’t get on even though you have ticket. No queuing system - every man, woman and child for themselves. Total rude chaos.
Kiosk no help. Then kiosk closed so driver stops for ages to then sell tickets.
The point of taking a sightseeing train as this would be to be able to get to know more about the sights you pass.
When the sound quality is as bad as is the case here, it all seems rather pointless. I was only able...More
So glad we found out about this train, only €7 for the day and was well worth it, took us many places we probably would have missed especially the antique market by the cathedral (Sunday). Headphones were provided with audio information about the land marks...More
arrived in Tarragona around 10.30 went to catch the tourist train (just outside the bus station).
first one came...no room
second one came... no room
third one came, guess what yes you're right no room.
these trains are 20 minutes apart so it was a...More
You can get on many stops, the main ones are at the top of the Rambla Nova near the Mediterranean balcony, the Hotel Imperial Tarraco or the main bus station at the bottom of the Rambla Nova, I hope this helps you.