Astari Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Augusta 95 - 97, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, 43003, Spain
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Tarragona in December

by pixlestar

Hi everyone,

After several trips to the beautiful city of Tarragona,in Spain, we are planning to return in December. Has anyone been at this time of year? I'm particularly interested in whether the shops and restaurants in the old town open all year round?

Thanks...in anticipation :-)

Re: Tarragona in December

by DSwede

I lived in Tarragona for better part of two years. December is definitely a quiet month. Stores will be open as will the restaurants. Operating hours, particularly for the restaurants will be adjusted, but the vast majority still operate. Restaurants close in the winter maybe 1.5 hours earlier than summer.

Re: Tarragona in December

by pixlestar

Thanks DSwede, your information was really useful, Tarragona sounds bliss in the winter, so we're on our way......by the way, your homepage is very interesting :-)

Re: Tarragona in December

by pixlestar

Another quick question....as far as Christamas Eve and Christmas day nights are concerned, are you aware whether many restaurants are open? As I know Christmas is very family orientated in Spain. I am thinking maybe we should make reservations prior.I'm scouring the net to try and find some recommended places that I can contact.

Many thanks

Re: Tarragona in December

by DSwede

I know that a few may be open, but most will be closed. My best bet would be my restaurant tip in Salou, named Villa Magda.

Travel Tips for Tarragona

San Miguel Especial.

by Jerelis

Let’s make no secret of it. We both like a nice cold glass of beer. Being abroad is always a challenge to find a beer we like, which reflects our taste of having a beer. In Australia it was sometimes rather difficult. We found out that there are quite some local beers, only known in that particular area. But anyway, we did like San Miguel.

Mahou is a Spanish brewing company, founded in Madrid in 1890 under the name of Hijos de Casimiro Mahou, fabrica de hielo y cerveza. (The Sons of Casimiro Mahou, maker of ice and beer). After the purchase of San Miguel corporation at the end of the 2000, the company was re-named Mahou-San Miguel, the greater Spanish brewing company. The San Miguel Especial is a nice beer and comes close to the lager we enjoy at home.

Wine tasting

by Elisabcn

Tarragona is an ancient wine-producing region and its wines have its own DO. The harbour of Tarragona was an important trading centre for these wines in Roman times. In addition, many of the communion wines used by the Catholic church worldwide used to and still do originate from Tarragona. A traditional producer of these is the De Muller estate, founded in 1831, which also supplies the Vatican.

The following white grape varieties are permitted: Chardonnay, Garnacha Blanca, Macabeo, Malvasía, Moscatel de Alejandria, Moscatel de Frontignan, Sauvignon Blanc and Xarel-Io, as well as the following red varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha, Merlot, Monastrell, Pinot Noir, Samsó (Cariñena), Syrah and Ull de Llebre (Tempranillo). Two thirds of the production is of white wine. Grapes for cava production are also cultivated

Well-known producers include José Lopez Beltrán, Beyme, Bodegas Josep M. Bach, Barbara Forés, Capafons-Ossó, Capçanes, De Muller, Gandesa, Pedro Masana, Pedro Rovira, Vidal i Vidal, Vinya Janine and Viños Piñol.

Barcelona - vivid capital of Catalonia

by Raimix

Barcelona is one of the main towns in Spain, one of the most important ports in Mediterranean sea region and Europe’s one of most touristy places.

Barcelona is probably the most known by modernistic Gaudi architecture, including main sight – Church of Holy Family (Sagrada Familia). Barcelona has nice old part with medieval Cathedral, active Rambla street, nice seaside port, Montjuic hill with parks and historical monuments.

Tarragona is about 85 kilometres from Barcelona.

For further information watch my Barcelona VirtualTourist page.

With a view at the beautiful Mercat.

by Jerelis about Fleca Flaque

Once we arrived at the Plaça Corsini we saw numerous of restaurants available to have a bite. For no particular reason we seaded at Fleca Flaque. I honestly don't remember, but it could be that it were the only chairs empty that made us have a seat at this particular place. It was a good choice anyway and had a great lunch with the beautiful Mercat in front of us.

We both wanted something light and there was a choice between a salad with chicken or gazpacho with tuno. The kids received French fries and our salads were topped with slices of very good ham and came with a portion of very tender and very tasty chicken breast. It was pointed out to us that the flower on top was eatible, how about that! Both our plates were cleaned! All in all, the food was very good, especially for the price we had to pay, and its presentation was simply fantastic!

Fòrum Romà

by MalenaN

The City Forum was constructed in the lower part of the Roman city and is situated further away from the other sites situated around old town. The forum was the centre of many city activities. Today you can see the remains of a basilica, tall columns, vaults, a water cistern, a paved street, a temple and houses.

From Easter to September the Fórum Romà is open between 9 - 21, on Tuesday - Saturday, and between 9 - 15 on Sundays.
October to Easter the Fòrum Romà is open between 9 - 17 on Tuesday - Saturday and between 10 - 15 on Sundays.
Entrance fee was 2.45 Euro (March 2008).
I had the combination ticket for 9.25 Euro.

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Address: Via Augusta 95 - 97, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, 43003, Spain