Tarragona is a port city located on Costa Daurada in northeast Spain by the Mediterranean Sea. It's the capital of Province of Tarragona, and part of Tarragones and Catalonia. Geographically, Tarragona is bordered by Barcelona and Lleida provinces to the north. The city has a population of 132,200 inhabitants (2014 census) living on a total area of 57.9 km2 (22.4 ml2).
- Tarragona lies on the Catalonia coast of western Mediterranean Sea, southwest of Barcelona. The city's archaeological museum has an exclusive collection of Roman statuary. The remains of defensive walls and a Roman amphitheatre are in the city, and a 2-tiered Roman aqueduct is close by. The Romanesque cathedral (constructed during the 12th century is famous for its Gothic facade. Nearby are the beaches of Costa Dorado.
- Founded by the Iberians in ancient times, Tarragona was conquered by the Romans. They developed it into one of their major and splendid towns in late 3rd century BC. The Moors razed Tarragona in the 8th century AD. Following a period of decline, the fortunes of Tarragona were restored during the 12th century.
- Tarragona is home to a comparatively large port and Rovira i Virgili University. Much of the economic activity comes from chemical industries situated south of the city.
- Popular Retinue is the main living heritage, a great parade of dances and bestiary. They participate in Santa Tecla Festival and are so popular in Tarragona and all Catalonia that they have their own home called "Casa de la Festa", Festivities House.
- A number of beaches, some of which awarded Blue Flag designation, line along the Mediterranean coast close to the city.
- Tarragona is situated near the resort of Salou and PortAventura amusement park, one of the largest in Europe.
- In 2018 the city is going to host the Mediterranean Games, a year later than planned, due to economical and political instability.
- Tarragona has a number of small restaurants, bars and cafes serving sandwiches, tapas and local seafood, as well as Catalan dishes including "neules i torrons" or "pa amb tomàquet". Many such outlets are located in the historic centre, including those at Plaça del Rei, Plaça del Fòrum and Plaça de la Font. El Serrallo's neighbourhood, at the harbour, is specialised in seafood cuisine.
- Between 1903-1989, Chartreuse, the French liqueur made by Carthusian Monks, was distilled in Tarragona, following monks' expulsion from France.
Highlights: Costa Dorada, Roman ruins, Romanesque cathedral
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