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All reviews nice walk tree lined street wide street walking area lots of shops usual shops evening stroll main thoroughfare cafes and restaurants sea view both sides market stalls watch the world the bus old town statues balcony
We stayed on La Rambla Nova and it was just at the right time of year. I can imagine this area gets incredibly busy during peak season but there was a distinct shortage of places to eat that were open in November when we stayed....More
If you go to Tarragona you will almost certainly end up walking down this attractive road.Tourist office, lots of cafes ,shops and of course the statue of the castelleros. Better not to try it yourself
Nice, wide street, with a pedestrian area in the centre, lined with restaurants, bars and shops. Worth strolling right to the end for the chance to see the fantastic views from the Mediterranean Balcony.
Our cruise docked here and we took the shuttle bus away from the port to the old town.
We found this main street and walked the length, admiring the fountains and the statues of the men piled on each other’s shoulders - what a stunning...More
This is a tree-lined wide street in between the old town and new town of Tarragona rivaling Barcelona's more well known Los Ramblas, The difference being this is a lot less crowded and less commercialized making it a very pleasant place to stroll up and...More
This is a tree-lined wide street in what seems to be a fairly central area of Tarragona. There are interesting monuments (or commemorations) and a specially striking statue of people five or six high in acrobat type pose - which I think is a local...More
We walked down this long broad street, and found the clothing market in full swing.There are statues, and many places for coffee and a cake.The main market is near, as is the principal Spanish department store, El Cortes Ingles, which was surprisingly quiet.