Visit Tarragona Cathedral, the Cloister, and Diocesan Museum. Discover one of Spain's oldest cathedrals in the company of a local guide, a must visit of the Costa Dorada capital!
What to Expect
Go on a guided visit to Tarragona Cathedral, the Cloister, Diocesan Museum and also the Roman Temenos (remains of the Roman walls) and its magnificent bell tower with an impressive view of the city and Costa Dorada!
The Tarragona Cathedral contains important historical remnants and beautiful works of art and is dedicated to St Thecla who was originally raised at the top of the hill of the ancient Roman city. Its floor plan is in the form of a Latin cross with three naves. The side chapels show examples of flamboyant Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassicism. A splendid rose window fills the middle of the nave.
In The Cloister, you will find a splendid flower garden between columns decorated with biblical, legendary, hagiographic and moral themes. The Museum, founded in 1914 has around 6,000 artwork, of which some 350 are on display to show visitors a highly diverse chronological, stylistic and artistic array of local art. The visit includes access to the unique spaces of the bell tower and Roman témenos, which has only been open to the public since 2012.
- Cathedral and Museum entrance fees
- Access to the bell tower and roman témenos
- Private guide
Know Before You Go
• Please note that due that the climb to the bell tower is 150 steps. This part of the visit is not recommended to persons with health and vertigo problems