Location

Hotel SB Ciutat de Tarragona is located in this historical ancient Roman city, on Plaça Imperial Tarraco, in the heart of Tarragona. The hotel’s location is also next to Rambla Nova, the best boulevard which leads to the sea, close to all of the city’s main leisure and culture spots and with excellent public-transport connections.

Location

A destination with a lot to discover, where present and past coexist together. On the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and with a lively culture, Tarragona will immerse you in all of its light and sea breeze, a city declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO thanks to its artistic heritage and ancient past.

  • GPS Coordinates
  • Lat.: 41.118564º – 41° 07’ 06.83” N
  • Lon.: 1.244781º – 1° 14’ 41.21” E

Plaça Imperial Tarraco, 5, 43005 Tarragona

How to get here

By car

2.5 miles from AP-7 motorway (Autopista del Mediterráneo)

By train

Tarragona train station – 0.9 miles from the hotel (16-minute walk)

AVE train station (Camp de Tarragona) – 7.5 miles from the hotel.

By plane

Reus Airport 6 miles away and Barcelona-El Prat Airport 52 miles away.

By bus

Bus stop (urban and intercity) next to the hotel.

How to get here

What to see and do

Hotel en Tarragona Playa

Beaches

Discover 9 miles of coastline with coves and beaches of crystal clear waters, all of them easy to get to. Tarragona’s beaches are characterised by their fine golden sand, a feature that gives its name to the area: Costa Daurada (Golden Coast).

Among all of the excellent beaches, two of the best are El Miracle, which occupies the city’s maritime seafront; and L’Arrabassada, 3 miles north of the city.

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Hotel SB Ciutat de Tarragona

The Top 5 essential visits in Tarragona

1. Roman Tarraco. The amphitheatre, praetorium, circus, city walls, provincial forum, local forum, aqueduct… All of these are Roman monuments were left as the heritage of this ancient civilisation in the capital of Hispania Citerior.

2. Mediterranean Balcony. At the end of Rambla Nova and 130 ft. above the sea, enjoy the best view of Mare Nostrum, the port and the Roman amphitheatre. When locals visit the balcony they say they are going to “touch steel”, since touching the rail is believed to bring you good luck.

3. Cathedral and Diocesan Museum. The construction of the cathedral, dedicated to St. Tecla, began in the Eleventh century although it lasted for many centuries, resulting in a combination of architectonic styles.

4. El Serrallo. Traditional fishing district with narrow streets and mid-Nineteenth century buildings which preserve the image of typical seafront neighbourhoods. With plenty of character and soul, the district also offers the best and freshest fish and seafood restaurants.

5. Port Aventura World. A whole world of fun located on the outskirts of Tarragona. Two theme parks for all ages and the new Ferrari Land for motor racing lovers.

Compras en Tarragona

Shopping

Tarragona is an ideal city for shopping. In the old town, you can find traditional stores, delicatessen shops and pedestrian streets that allow you to comfortably discover all of the city’s surprises on foot.

One of the main shopping areas is the streets that surround Rambla Nova and Carrer Unió. You can also find large department stores or shopping centres such as El Corte Inglés, just a 2-minute walk from the hotel; and Parc Central.

Les Gavarres is a shopping and leisure area situated just 10 minutes away by car from the centre of Tarragona.

Hotel Tarragona Centro

Culture

Tarragona isn’t just a historical city. Today, it is still very much alive remembering its past by organising different festivals dedicated to telling its history. It pays tribute to its roots with Tarraco Viva, an international festival which commemorates the everyday and military life of Roman times: the legions, the theatre, the homes, the cuisine, the engineering… By discovering the past, we can understand the present a lot better.

The city is also known for its castells or human towers, a stunning event which originated in the area, also declared Intangible Heritage by UNESCO. Other traditional festivals of note are Sant Jordi in April, the International Fireworks Competition in July, Sant Magí in August and the local city festival of Santa Tecla in September.

In order to enrich your knowledge and learn more, Tarragona has many museums which are worth visiting, such as the National Museum of Archaeology, the Paleochristian Museum and Necropolis, the Museum of Modern Art, the Castellarnau House Museum…

Eventos Tarragona

Music

All music genres have their place in the city. In the Tarragona Congress Centre or in Camp de Mart, where the Tarragona International Music Festival is held, you can enjoy a wide range of musical performances, from great classical symphonies to the latest musical shows. Also, don’t miss out on the International Dixieland Festival.

What to see and do

The Top 5 essential visits in Tarragona

1. Roman Tarraco. The amphitheatre, praetorium, circus, city walls, provincial forum, local forum, aqueduct… All of these are Roman monuments were left as the heritage of this ancient civilisation in the capital of Hispania Citerior.

2. Mediterranean Balcony. At the end of Rambla Nova and 130 ft. above the sea, enjoy the best view of Mare Nostrum, the port and the Roman amphitheatre. When locals visit the balcony they say they are going to “touch steel”, since touching the rail is believed to bring you good luck.

3. Cathedral and Diocesan Museum. The construction of the cathedral, dedicated to St. Tecla, began in the Eleventh century although it lasted for many centuries, resulting in a combination of architectonic styles.

4. El Serrallo. Traditional fishing district with narrow streets and mid-Nineteenth century buildings which preserve the image of typical seafront neighbourhoods. With plenty of character and soul, the district also offers the best and freshest fish and seafood restaurants.

5. Port Aventura World. A whole world of fun located on the outskirts of Tarragona. Two theme parks for all ages and the new Ferrari Land for motor racing lovers.

Hotel SB Ciutat de Tarragona

Culture

Tarragona isn’t just a historical city. Today, it is still very much alive remembering its past by organising different festivals dedicated to telling its history. It pays tribute to its roots with Tarraco Viva, an international festival which commemorates the everyday and military life of Roman times: the legions, the theatre, the homes, the cuisine, the engineering… By discovering the past, we can understand the present a lot better.

The city is also known for its castells or human towers, a stunning event which originated in the area, also declared Intangible Heritage by UNESCO. Other traditional festivals of note are Sant Jordi in April, the International Fireworks Competition in July, Sant Magí in August and the local city festival of Santa Tecla in September.

In order to enrich your knowledge and learn more, Tarragona has many museums which are worth visiting, such as the National Museum of Archaeology, the Paleochristian Museum and Necropolis, the Museum of Modern Art, the Castellarnau House Museum…

Hotel Tarragona Centro

Shopping

Tarragona is an ideal city for shopping. In the old town, you can find traditional stores, delicatessen shops and pedestrian streets that allow you to comfortably discover all of the city’s surprises on foot.

One of the main shopping areas is the streets that surround Rambla Nova and Carrer Unió. You can also find large department stores or shopping centres such as El Corte Inglés, just a 2-minute walk from the hotel; and Parc Central.

Les Gavarres is a shopping and leisure area situated just 10 minutes away by car from the centre of Tarragona.

Compras en Tarragona

Beaches

Discover 9 miles of coastline with coves and beaches of crystal clear waters, all of them easy to get to. Tarragona’s beaches are characterised by their fine golden sand, a feature that gives its name to the area: Costa Daurada (Golden Coast).

Among all of the excellent beaches, two of the best are El Miracle, which occupies the city’s maritime seafront; and L’Arrabassada, 3 miles north of the city.

More information
Hotel en Tarragona Playa

Music

All music genres have their place in the city. In the Tarragona Congress Centre or in Camp de Mart, where the Tarragona International Music Festival is held, you can enjoy a wide range of musical performances, from great classical symphonies to the latest musical shows. Also, don’t miss out on the International Dixieland Festival.

Eventos Tarragona