Negresco Princess

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Carrer dels Replanells 12-14, Salou, Costa Dorada, 43840, Spain
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
24%
63
Very Good
41%
110
Average
20%
54
Poor
9%
25
Terrible
3%
10

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 68% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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The Castellarnau’s House Museum, courtyardThe Castellarnau’s House Museum, courtyard

Walking our way towards Montserrat.Walking our way towards Montserrat.

Forum Posts

where in tarragona?

by sy1

Hi,

I'm going to Tarragona, Spain fopr the 1st time, anybody have anything they can recommend...or not!?

Gracias

Re: where in tarragona?

by Belsaita

how long, likes, dislikes??

I love the "archaeological promenade" and the Archeological Museum, as well the Roman Aqueduct a bit outside the city ("Pont del Diable" = the devil's bridge)

But it's difficult to advice without knowing you. maybe you hate old stones!

Re: where in tarragona?

by marcella21

Castillo de Tamarit (Tamarit Castle) 11kmts north coast from Tarragona. Beautiful place with lovely small beach.

Re: where in tarragona?

by DSwede

Did you visit the Tarragona travel pages?
http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Spain/Catalunya/Tarragona-253016/TravelGuide-Tarragona.html

I lived in Tarragona for about two years and loved the city. The VT tips on the link above are very good. I've put in a few myself that were not already posted.

Isa and Marcella have good suggestions. They are among my favorites too.

There are many things to do in the area. After you read through the tips above, if you have specific questions, I'd be willing to help.

Re: where in tarragona?

by GUILLEMMAS

I live in Reus - You can visit REUS (12Km) - transport by train20min and bus. Visit Modernism of Reus.

In Tarragona you have a lot of roman monuments:
- Forum - Circus - Walls, ..... Nice beaches, bars...

- Salou and Port Aventura Parc
- Cambrils (Nice port with vey good restaurants.

If you like to go to restaurants in Tarragona I can recomend "Xamfrà del Forum" - Very nice and fix price of around 15-20€. For good paella "Restaurant Barquet" or "Mirall d'estiu".

Of course, if you need more info you can contact me.
Enjoy Tarragona.

Re: where in tarragona?

by le_bod

Reus is well worth a visit, plenty of lanes opening out into squares with nice cafes / bars. There's the Gaudi Museum and street art though his house is occupied and they don't like visitors (it is their home after all). Some really good architecture. Into English pubs ? Take the bus to Salou, or better still, La Pineda, a few English Bars but a nice beach. Currently there is a Titanic exhibition in Tarragona, and the Catalunya Rally is being staged in the area later this month, starting and finishing in Salou with the overnight pit stop in Portaventura. There is also Santa Tecla in tarragona later in the month.

Travel Tips for Tarragona

THE HABOUR!!!!!!!!

by foadtoad

well...all of tarragona is ...mmm...paradise is the only word that comes to mind. But i have to say that the Habour is one of the places i miss the most. and one of the places i visited the most also. It is the place mostly all of the action takes place on weekends. A place everyone should have a chance of going to in my oppinion. there are A LOT of clubs on the habour. for all sorts of tastes. Go for it!!

Sun, sea and sand for all.

by Ekaterinburg

In Tarragona going to the beach is no problem and the people who live here really have a good deal going for them. There are seven main beaches seperated by rocky outcrops and one of these, a little way outside town is a nude beach. The main town beach, the Platja del Miracle is so convenient and centrally situated that going for a swim is the easiest way to cool down here. Of course this applies to visitors also and at the end of a long day's sigtseeing, on the way back to the train, it 's the easiest thing in the world to stop at the beach and have a quick dip. This is one of the many features, that in my opinion, make Tarragona a virtually perfect place to visit.

Castellers gymnasium

by DSwede

The photo of the Human Towers in the Ramble Nueva and the Festival of Santa Tecla could not happen with out people practicing, right?!

Its not off the beaten path physically, but its is small and most visitors walk right by without knowing it is there. If you stop in, you can walk up the stairs to have various views of the towers and their practices with the floor padding, safety nets and work out equipment. The walls are full of old photographs and information that documents the history of the Castellers.

Located on Biaxada de la Mistercordia, it is on the right, half way between the city square and the church on the top of the hill. (Very close to Placa del Rei and Carrer de Santa Anna)

Amfiteatre Romà

by MalenaN

The Roman Amphitheatre was constructed during the end of the 1st century/beginning of the 2nd century outside the city walls, near the sea. The west side is against the rock where seats were carved out and on the east side seats were built over vaults. The amphitheatre was used for gladiator games, gladiator against gladiator or fights with animals. There were also executions here.
Remains of two churches and a necropolis can be seen in the Amphitheatre. The churches, from the 6th- and 12th century were built over the place were the Christian bishop and two deacons, Augurius and Eulogius, were burnt alive in 259 AD.

From Easter to September the Amphitheatre is open between 9 - 21, on Tuesday - Saturday, and between 9 - 15 on Sundays.
October to Easter the Amphitheatre is open between 9 - 17 on Tuesday - Saturday and between 10 - 15 on Sundays.
Entrance fee was 2.45 Euro (March 2008).
I bought the combination ticket for 9.25 Euro.
If you want to save money the Amphitheatre can be seen quite well from the outside.

Amphitheatre

by Elisabcn

The amphitheatre was built outside the walls, near the sea between I and II century aC. In the Amphitheatre took place basically bloody spectacles like gladiators fights, fights with animals, executions but you could see athletics spectacles too. It is believed that the bishop Fructuós (later s. Fructuós martyr was executed here. Nowadays you still can see in the middle of the arena a Basilica from the VI century where tradition placed the exact point of his martyr.
The arena and the cavea are in good conditions. The remains of the basilica and a roman necropolis (which you can only see from the cavea) are interesting too

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