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Reus is Anton Gaud's birthplace and the Catalan home of Vermouth. 15 kilometers (9 miles) (inland) Not only is Reus Antoni Gaud's birthplace, but the city's pulsating heart is packed with gorgeous streets, amazing architecture, stunning squares, and a plethora of tempting shops. Apart from the Gaud Museum, there is also a wonderful Modernist Route in Reus, as well as the Gaud Route. Reus ranks second only to Barcelona in terms of the amount of Modernist architecture in the city. When vermouth arrived in Catalonia from Italy in the nineteenth century, it was only natural that Reus became its Catalan production center. Reus was already a major global player in the liquor industry, ranking alongside London and Paris.

St. Peter’s Basilica
Night Street, Reus       |        Click by Nicolas Vigier from Flickr

Plaza de Prim square, which is home to the beautiful theatre, before proceeding to the Plaza del Mercadal square. This is the location of a Modernist jewel that still houses period furniture, coffering, and lamps. Centro de Lectura building is a popular social club with a precious library and artwork. The 16th-century Gothic church and the octagonal bell tower with views of the entire Costa Dorada are highlights of the Plaza de Sant Pere square.

Reus is not only Gaud's birthplace and one of Catalonia's most culturally active towns, but it also sits at a crossroads, making it an ideal stop for browsing its historic quarter and doing some shopping.

Famous Restaurants, Reus       |     Click by Passion Leica from Flickr

Reus has a route that includes the birthplace of Gaudi and the church where he was lustrated as "Els Xiquets Reus" is Reus' casteller city. It was formally established on November 18, 1981, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the Reus railway. His shirt is hazelnut brown, and he wears white pants. On September 19, 2006, the group was awarded the George Cross in recognition of its 25th-anniversary work on Castellar diffusion. Castles are a festive tradition in which some people climb over others to form human structures using a specific and well-established technique.

"Els Xiquets Reus" are the people who construct Reus' "Human Castle." It was founded on November 18, 1981, the 125th anniversary of Reus' railway fear. His shirt was as dark as a hazelnut, and his pants were white. On September 19, 2006, the group was honored with the Cross of St. George for its work in disseminating the event commemorating its 25th anniversary. Castles are a holiday tradition in which people climb other people's human constructions. Established and formed using a specific technique. He is currently one of Catalonia's most active associative activities, with over 50 groups, nearly 10,000 towers, and a wide range of media communications broadcasts. Reus has a lot of bars and restaurants (menu del dia) for reasonable prices. Terrace bars spring up all over the place during the summer. You can walk on the Modernist Route to cross all of the best buildings. The town celebrates its biggest carnival with live music and street entertainment in all of the town squares every night in June month.

Reus is in an easily accessible location due to its classic Reus airport taxi. It has a lot of interesting sights with nearby beaches of the Costa Dorada and 100km from Barcelona.

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Parc De La Festa

This is an outdoor arena that is close to the Roquis ravine and hosts a variety of events. The city council established the Parc de la Festa to meet the need for a venue for sports and other recreational activities. It was opened in June 2008, and the first performance was given by the music group La Pegatina. It has since hosted sporting events as well as music and dance festivals. It has a capacity of 18000 people, but if you want to see a show, you must purchase your tickets in advance.

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Gaudi Centre

The Gaudi Centre in Reus is a must-see for anyone interested in architecture and history. It is named after the well-known and accomplished architect Antoni Gaudi I Cornet, who was born in Reus in 1852. It was completed in 2007 and was designed by three architects: Joan Sibana, Toshiake Tange, and Gabriel Basques. It is located in the heart of the city, close to other landmarks such as Casa Navas and the town hall. This exciting museum features an exhibition of various Gaudi-designed and owned objects. There is even a restaurant and a music store for those who are not particularly interested in history.

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Tarragona

Dating back to the fifth century, Tarragona is a capital of Tarragona Province squatting on the north-eastern part of the country. When the history amalgamates with the cuisine, culture and the nightlife, it gives birth to a place that has to be on the list of every traveller, and this city is unarguably one of them.

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Salou

Salou is located on the lovely Costa Daurada, which is known for its calm turquoise waters and long golden beaches. Families frequently visit this lively town for its wealth of kid-friendly attractions, while the young and cosmopolitan crowds gravitate towards its energetic nightlife. There is also plenty of entertainment in town, thanks to the numerous water sports, art galleries, and historic monuments. Salou has become one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Costa Dorada, attracting over two million visitors each year to its hot, golden Mediterranean beaches. With its safe shallow waters, friendly locals, Port Aventura theme park, and a wide range of entertainment facilities and attractions, Salou has become a popular family resort.

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La Selva del camp

Selva del Camp's historical and artistic heritage contains numerous treasures, such as the medieval old town, the Media Villa fountain, and, most notably, the castle, which has been restored and converted into a center for interpretation and cultural activities. Next to the castle is the unique aqueduct of els Ponts, which has become the town's symbol. La Selva del Camp is a municipality in the Baix Camp region, kilometers from Tarragona, that is well-known for its tourist resources. In Selva del Camp, you can enjoy a variety of cultural and nature tourism activities in the nearby Muntanyes de Prades Natural Park.

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Vila-Seca

Since they both date from the 12th century, the history of Seca-seca has always been linked to the castle. Ramon de Olzina, the first feudal lord of Secada-seca, built the castle by order of King Alfons I the Chaste, Archbishop Bernat Tort, and Guillem de Tarragona during the repopulation of Camp de Tarragona. The municipality's modern side provides a wide range of recreational activities, with a focus on the coastal town of La Pineda and its promenade, supplemented by complexes such as PortAventura and Aquopolis. Nature has a place insecure-seca, particularly in the form of the Sèquia Major protected natural area. With over kilometers meters of beaches and numerous tourist facilities, Scala-seca has mastered the art of balancing modernity and tradition. It was later given to the Archbishopric of Tarragona, which sold it to Johan Kies, the Dutch consul in Barcelona, in 1680.

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