Tortosa is an old Spanish town that is pleasent to walk in its narrow streets, that are filled with history from the Romans and the spanish civil war. There is a castle on top of the hill that is now an hotel.
The old town of Tortosa have several interesting points. The most probably is the Chatedral, but there's also another buildings, in its narrow streets, as this arch that you can see in the photo. There's three itineraries: the arabian, the jewish, and the christian, but the jewish don't keep any building and the arabain only a few things. It's curious that now in the old arabian quarter, you can hier arabian music in the strets, that comes from the balcony of the hoeses where now live arabian inmigrated people.
Entrance by side of cathedral ,follow signs. The cathedral was started in 1158 and is known has the cathedral of Santa Maria, and located where a roman forum used to be.
You also can´t miss this site. You will see a castle on top of a montain. It was restored and it is a 4* hotel. You can see the whole city from here, take pictures and take some fresh air back home.
There are hundreds of Cathedrals in Spain. They are very beautiful all. But this one was somehow different. Even if you are not Catholic, you should visit. Don´t miss the waterfountain.
In the photo, you can see a representation of a mediaeval burial. Near the chatedral, in a wall, there's several really very interesting.