Located in the Tarragona province of Catalonia in Spain. Reus is a perfect destination for those looking for both a summer sun holiday and a city break, with its easy access to holiday resorts and nearby cities on the Spanish mainland.
Reus is a stone’s throw away from the marvellous Barcelona so it would be almost a crime to not jump on board one of the many bus services that run between them! Barcelona is jam-packed full of attractions for all ages, but to name a few try visiting the Sagradi Familia – a spectacular unfinished church designed by Gaudi – or join the crowd at the world-famous Nou Camp to be amazed by the great F.C. Barcelona.
The Port Aventura was nominated as the Best Amusement Park in Europe by the World Park Awards in 2012. The park provides various attractions promising fun for people of every age. The six distinctive parts of the park – Meditterania, Polynesia, Mexico, China, Far West and SésamoAventura – reflect its variety.
Tarragona is a city full of rich history and surprises. You’ll find yourself dining amongst Roman monuments, enjoying historic structures and all against a beautiful coastal sunshine. A mix of the medieval with a modern twist, Tarragona is a must-see. When visiting, some ideas include the Roman Aqueduct, the Cathedral Basilica and the immersive Roman Amphitheatre.
The Illumination Fountain in Salou
Admire the beautiful illumination fountain on a day trip to Salou. The shapes and colours change every 90 minutes. With over 210 combinations of water, music and lights, watching the entire programme would take around 5 hours. Besides, the city provides many more attractions to explore.
Gaudi Centre Reus
Paying homage to their favourite son, the Gaudi Centre in Reus showcases the spectacular works of the world famous architect. Audio guides will talk through the history of the man and also his works which are apparent in the skyline across the Catalan region. Well worth a visit for those with an eye for creativity and design.