Mural on house, Tarragona,Catalonia, Spain. A selection of my favourite street art in Europe: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2013/12/06/street-art-europe/

Mural on house, Tarragona,Catalonia, Spain. A selection of my favourite street art in Europe: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2013/12/06/street-art-europe/

El Toll del Vidre al riu Algars, al Parc Natural dels Ports.Tarragona Catalonia

El Toll del Vidre al riu Algars, al Parc Natural dels Ports.Tarragona Catalonia

**** Tarragona, Spain, Roman amphitheatre. Really impressive.Nearly knocked myself out though, too busy looking & hit my head on a stone doorway. Literally saw stars!

**** Tarragona, Spain, Roman amphitheatre. Really impressive.Nearly knocked myself out though, too busy looking & hit my head on a stone doorway. Literally saw stars!

Sanctuary of Montserrat in Montferri, Tarragona province, Catalonia, Spain

Sanctuary of Montserrat in Montferri, Tarragona province, Catalonia, Spain

Roman aqueduct, also known as Pont del Diable (2th century A.D.), Tarragona, Catalonia.

Roman aqueduct, also known as Pont del Diable (2th century A.D.), Tarragona, Catalonia.

La Casa Navàs (Reus) una maravilla del arte modernista., Tarragona Catalonia

La Casa Navàs (Reus) una maravilla del arte modernista., Tarragona Catalonia


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"Old Street", Tarragona, Catalonia (by Juan M. Collado) / Italy

"Old Street", Tarragona, Catalonia (by Juan M. Collado) / Italy

**** Tarragona, Spain, Roman amphitheatre. Really impressive.Nearly knocked myself out though, too busy looking & hit my head on a stone doorway. Literally saw stars!

**** Tarragona, Spain, Roman amphitheatre. Really impressive.Nearly knocked myself out though, too busy looking & hit my head on a stone doorway. Literally saw stars!

Tarragona Costa Dorada | Lonely Planet says: "The eternally sunny port city is a fascinating mix of Mediterranean beach life, Roman history and medieval streets. Spain's 2d-most important Roman site has a wealth of ruins, including a seaside amphitheatre. The town’s medieval heart is  beautifully designed, its maze of narrow cobbled streets encircled by steep walls and crowned with a splendid cathedral. A lively eating and drinking scene makes for an enticing stop."

Tarragona Costa Dorada | Lonely Planet says: "The eternally sunny port city is a fascinating mix of Mediterranean beach life, Roman history and medieval streets. Spain's 2d-most important Roman site has a wealth of ruins, including a seaside amphitheatre. The town’s medieval heart is beautifully designed, its maze of narrow cobbled streets encircled by steep walls and crowned with a splendid cathedral. A lively eating and drinking scene makes for an enticing stop."

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