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We really enjoyed looking around the amphitheatre. Very interesting and the views are lovely too. We had kids with us ranging from 16 to 3, the older ones enjoyed it more than the 3 year old who quickly got fed up, luckily there is a...More
Tarragona is a town with 2 halves one traditional other modern, it is full of beautiful architectural buildings.3 euros from salou takes you to the bus station and a gentle 10min walk takes you to ramblas a beautiful tree lined street filled with old buildings...More
We travelled specifically to see this amphitheatre after having seen others in Spain, but were disappointed to find it on a very small site, overpowered by the town pushing in from all sides. Only a relatively small part of the tiered seating is restored. There...More
You get to see the amphitheatre with the sea as its backdrop. Suggest you have a guide or a book to describe what you are seeing as there are several layers of history there. Partially resored - the site went through many different uses over...More
Obviously a Roman amphitheatre, but a very small “third division” ground. Having suffered a great deal through the centuries it isn’t in the best of health, and the addition of a Christian church in the middle of the pitch probably didn’t do much to encourage...More
Great Roman ruins near the beach at Tarragona. 3.3 euros to get in or you can just stand above it and take photos/enjoy the views for free. Probably don't even need to go in if your budget is tight - nothing further is really revealed...More
Took a walk along to the Roman Amphitheater with my wife. Worth a trip if only for a few photos for the album. We did not pay to go right in so can't comment on this but you can get well inside for some good...More