The Port of Tarragona has an exclusive berth for cruise ship traffic where two cruise ships can moor at the same time in addition to the Port Tarraco marina for smaller cruise vessels. Shuttles are provided, a 10 minute ride to the center of town.
A new cruise terminal is expected to go into operation in May 2024, which can accommodate four cruise ships simultaneously.
Tarragona is a very pleasant, very small city with their own La Rambla, their own gothic/old quarter, many Roman ruins and museums to visit.
Spend some time exploring the Medieval old town – a spiderweb of little lanes that lead up to the city’s honey-colored cathedral.
All of Tarragona's sites are within walking distance of the train station. Taxis and local trains can take you further.
It pays to compare your cruise line tours here.
Barcelona is just an hour’s drive away. Fairy tale architecture, Gothic churches and pocket-sized tapas bars decorate the city.
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